Built over the original Byzantine church, the 11th-century Romanesque cathedral retains its basilica plan – the plain walls punctuated...
Basilica di San Nicola
One of the south's first Norman churches, the basilica is a splendid example of Puglian-Romanesque style, built to house the relics of...
Colonna della Giustizia
The Colonna della Giustizia (Column of Justice) is the place where debtors were tied and lashed
Sit outside on the twinkling square sipping a cocktail and nibbling work-of-art hors d'oeuvres. Incongruously, you'll be gazing at the...
La Locanda di Federico
With domed ceilings, archways and medieval-style artwork on the walls, this restaurant oozes atmosphere. The menu is typical Puglian,...
Bari Vecchia information
Covering the narrow peninsula adjacent to the port, Bari Vecchia is an atmospheric labyrinth of tight, uneven alleyways. Squeezed into this small area are 40 churches and more than 120 shrines - if you can find them. Bari Vecchia's town plan is famous throughout Italy for its mazelike effect.