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“Great town for a day trip, famous for its special elfin houses (trulli)- quite unique.”
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Parque
“You need to walk for 15 minutes to reach this place. No beach club here, only sea and sand. Be prepared and bring with you your umbrella. ”
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Museum
“Have you ever wondered why the soil in Puglia looks so redish? Why do you often find red striped in the stones used to build Puglia's traditional stone buildings? The Grotte di Castellana are beautiful natural caves, among the most important in Italy. You will be taken on a trail inside the caves, no need for hiking experience just non-slippery shoes are recommended. Ideal for children and anyone interested in knowing more about the geology and landscape of the area They can be visited on rainy days, however there will be water inside two days after the rainfalls as water takes time to penetrate down the earth.”
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Zoo
“Zoosafari and Fasanolandia is the first faunal zoo in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. An attraction for young and old.”
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Premise
“long sandy beaches crystal waters free shuttle bus service from the main parking area tranquil paths to walk ”
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Parque
“Pollino National Park (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Pollino) is a national park in southern Italy that straddles the regions of Basilicata and Calabria. It is Italy's largest national park, covering 1,925.65 square kilometers.[1][2] The park includes the Pollino and Orsomarso massifs, which are part of the southern Apennine Mountains. The park's highest point is Serra Dolcedorme, which is 2,267 meters high.[3] The park's symbol is the rare Bosnian pine tree. The common beech is the park's most prevalent tree. The park is also home to a variety of medicinal herbs.[4] The park is home of the oldest Europeen tree, a Heldreich's pine estimated 1,230 years old.”
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Igreja
“The solemn Basilica of Santa Croce is a glimpse you don't expect, a sumptuous feast of stone that unfolds in front of the eyes of whoever strolls along Umberto I avenue, not far from Sant'Oronzo square, in Lecce, the very symbol of Lecce's Baroque. Built by the count of Lecce in 1353. The façade is punctuated by a series of columns, featuring a balcony with a balustrade, supported by figured corbels. The triumph of decorations is simply mind-blowing, while at the centre of this explosion of low reliefs and sculptures in Lecce stone stands out a magnificent large rose window fully decorated. The interior features a Latin-cross layout and a hemispherical dome. Definitely worth visiting.”
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Parque
“La residenza è sita all'interno del parco | The residence is inside the park”
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Bar
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“In the splendid setting of the typical narrow streets and whitewashed houses Riccardo Caffe is the most suggestive lounge bar in Ostuni. It is located in the center of the Old Town not far from the ancient city wall. Don't miss a look inside the three ancient rooms of natural stones used as a mill several centuries ago. One of the best and fashionable place in Puglia where to drink tasty and fresh cocktails”
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Boate
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“Discoteca all'aperto a Castro. Molto Bella e ampia la location. Outdoor Discoteque in Castro. Very nice and wide location”
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Castelo
“Castel del monte, the iconic octagonal castle reproduced on the 1cent €uro. You must pay a visit if spend one day in Andria. Is located about 20km away form Andria reachable by public local bus or taxi. ”
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Parque
“pur essendo la spiaggia più vicina a Cisternino, è incatevole e potrete ammirare (lungo il percorso per arrivarci, passando per Speziale) alcuni degli ulivi secolari più belli.”
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Beach
“Go here to have one of the best views and admire one of the highest bridges in the area! Go down from the stairs and make the trekking tour of the canal.”
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Local Histórico
“Matera is a unique and fascinating town steeped in history. Thought to be one of the world’s oldest towns dating back as far as the Palaeolithic times, Matera is now a popular tourist spot boasting hundreds of ancient caves, rock churches, delicious local cuisine and typical shops. The most famous part of Matera is the Sassi district, now designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 2019 European Capital of Culture. Here you can see hundreds of troglodyte dwellings and churches dug out of the rock.The cave dwellings were lived in until the 1950’s and are the most extensive example of their kind in the Mediterranean. ”
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History Museum
“Wenn Sie ein Faible für antike Geschichte und Archäologie haben, sollten Sie unbedingt nach TARANTO fahren und das renommierte MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO besuchen (kurz MARTA). Es ist toll. Jedes einzelne Objekt und wenn noch so klein ist auf Italienisch und Englisch beschrieben. Alles sehr gut organisiert und es bietet mehr, als Sie sich erwarten würden! Das MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO von Taranto ist wirklich toll!”
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Igreja
“The Pontifical Basilica di San Nicola (Basilica of Saint Nicholas) is a church in Bari, southern Italy that holds wide religious significance throughout Europe and the Christian world. The basilica is an important pilgrimage destination both for Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians from Eastern Europe. The basilica was built between 1087 and 1197, during the Italo-Norman domination of Apulia, the area previously occupied by the Byzantine Catapan of which Bari was the seat. Its foundation is related to the recovery of some of the relics of Saint Nicholas from the saint’s original shrine in Myra, in what is now Turkey. When Myra passed into the hands of the Saracens, some saw it as an opportunity to move the saint's relics to a safer location. According to the justifying legend, the saint, passing by the city on his way to Rome, had chosen Bari as his burial place. There was great competition for the relics between Venice and Bari. The latter won, the relics were carried off under the noses of the lawful Greek custodians and their Muslim masters, and on May 9, 1087, were safely landed at Bari. A new church was built to shelter Nicholas' remains and Pope Urban II was present at the consecration of the crypt in 1089. The edifice was officially consecrated in 1197, in the presence of the Imperial Vicar, Bishop Conrad of Hildesheim, and of numerous bishops, prelates and noblemen. Elias, abbot of the nearby monastery of Saint Benedict, was named as first archbishop. His cathedra (bishop's throne) still stands in the church to this day.The church has a rather square appearance, seemingly more suited to a castle than to a church. This impression is strengthened by the presence of two low massive towers framing the façade. It was indeed used several times as castle during its history. The interior has a nave and two aisles, divided by granite columns and pilasters. The presbytery is separated from the rest of the edifice by mean of three arches supported by columns of Byzantine influence. Above the aisles is the matronaeum, a tribune gallery for women, opening into the nave. The basilica was the first church of this design, setting a precedent which was later imitated in numerous other constructions in the region.The Basilica houses one of the most noteworthy Romanesque sculptural works of southern Italy, a cathedra (bishop's throne) finished in the late eleventh century for Elias. There are precious mosaic pavements in the crypt and presbytery. The ciborium, the most ancient in the region, is also decorated with mosaic; it has four columns with foliage, animals and mythological figures. The crypt, with 26 columns sporting capitals in Byzantine and Romanesque style, houses the relics of Saint Nicholas. The tomb of Saint Nicholas in Bari, as it appears today. In the church is the Renaissance tomb of Bona Sforza, (sixteenth century), in marble. The museum of the Basilica has precious works of art, including a collection of twelfth-century candlesticks donated by King Charles I of Anjou. The church was restored in the late thirteenth century, in 1456 and in the seventeenth century. In the twentieth-century restoration, most of the Baroque additions were removed, leaving only the gilded wooden ceiling, enframing canvases by Carlo De Rosa. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- La Basilica di San Nicola a Bari è uno degli edifici religiosi piu importanti e suggestivi d'Italia. Dedicata a San Nicola di Myra, santo caro sia ai cattolici che agli ortodossi nonchè patrono di Bari. Questa basilica fu costruita proprio per custodire le spoglie del Santo nel 1089 è oggi uno dei luoghi più visitati della puglia e merita una visita per diversi motivi. Mirabile esempio di stile romanico, ha all'interno il Ciborio (il baldacchino di marmo sopra l'altare) più antico di Puglia che risale al 1150 e ancora i bellissimi soffitti dorati di legno con dipinti del '600, l'altare d'argento e la Cattedra di Elia (una delle sculture più rappresentativi di Puglia).”
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