Chiesa di San Francesco
Dominated by a huge rose window, the contemporaneous Gothic Chiesa di San Francesco incorporates recycled materials from Lucera’s...
Frederick II’s enormous castle, shows just what a big fish Lucera once was in the Puglian pond. Built in 1233, it’s 14km northwest of...
On the site of Lucera’s Great Mosque, Puglia’s only Gothic cathedral was built in 1301 by Charles II of Anjou. The altar was once the...
It is located in a large exposed-brick cellar with jaunty tablecloths and an enthusiastic young staff. The crispy wood-fired pizzas are...
Lonely Planet review
A superb restaurant with a barrel-vault interior, central courtyard and a menu that includes traditional dishes like orecchiette with cimie di rape (bitter greens) and cozze pelose (Puglia’s indigenous clams).