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Getting there & around

Bus & tram


Buses depart from Piazzale Vittorio Veneto, by the train station, for towns throughout Foggia province. There are fewer at weekends.

SITA (0881 77 31 17; www.sitabus.it in Italian) has services to/from Vieste (€4.90, 2¾ hours, five daily), Manfredonia (€1.90, 50 minutes, roughly hourly), Monte Sant’Angelo (€2.70, 1½ hours, three daily), San Giovanni Rotondo (€2.70, one hour, half-hourly), Lucera (€1.30, 30 minutes, six daily) and Campobasso in Molise (€5.70, 1½ hours, two daily).

Ferrovie del Gargano (0881 58 72 11; www.ferroviedelgargano.com in Italian) has frequent services to/from Manfredonia (€2.30, 45 minutes). You need to change at Mattinata for Monte Sant’Angelo. There are also services to/from Vieste (2¾ hours), Barletta (1¾ hours), Troia (€1.50, 45 minutes) and Lucera (25 minutes, at least hourly).

CLP (081 251 41 57; www.clpbus.it) goes to Naples (€9, two hours, at least every two hours) – the bus is faster than the train. Buy your ticket on board.

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Car & motorcycle

Take the SS16 south for Bari or north for the Adriatic coast, Termoli and Pescara. The BolognaBari A14 also passes Foggia. For Naples, take the SS655, which links with the A16.

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There are frequent services to Bari (1st/2nd class €17/14, 1½ hours) and onto Brindisi (€26/22, three hours) and Lecce (€28/24, 3¼ hours). Northwards, trains head for Ancona (€33/24, 3½ hours) and Bologna (€46/32, 5½ hours), with fewer to Milan (€72/54, seven to nine hours).

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