The dramatic seafront cathedral is dedicated to St Nicholas the Pilgrim, famous for being foolish. The Greek Christian wandered through...
This church was one of four former synagogues in the ancient Jewish quarter, all of which were converted to churches in the 14th...
Built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century, this church is where Norman knights swore allegiance to Bohemond I of Antioch, their...
Renowned for its seafood, swish La Darsena is housed in a waterfront palazzo . Outside tables overlook the port while inside photos of...
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Two hundred metres north of the cathedral is Trani's other major landmark, the vast, almost modernist Swabian castle built by Frederick II in 1233. Charles V later strengthened the fortifications; it was used as a prison from 1844 to 1974.