Things To Do in Bari & Port of Bari Terminal Layover Ideas
Things to do in Bari if you have a Port of Bari Terminal Layover or Extended Port of Bari Terminal Stopover
If you have an extended layover at the Port of Bari Terminal or staying in town, why not consider getting out with some fun activities? We list a few here and there are many more on Bari.LayoverIdeas.com
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USD 75.69 Make the most of your time in Bari port with a 3-hour private rickshaw tour. Choose a convenient departure time and take a whistle-stop tour of the historic center and modern town on a fun and eco-friendly rickshaw. Be whisked around the major attractions, including Basilica di San Nicola and Swabian Castle (Castello Normanno-Svevo), and into the atmospheric narrow lanes of Bari Old Town. Enjoy a flexible itinerary and personalized attention from an expert guide on this private shore excursion.
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Duration: 4 hours
Priced From: USD 101.31
Discover the iconic houses of Puglia on this half-day excursion to Alberobello. Learn about the 15th-century buildings in the Aia Piccola district and visit the neo-classical Basilica Minore. Explore the magical Casa D'Amore and soak up the atmosphere of the Trulli, part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
4 hoursPriced From:
USD 124.60 Experience Matera's, whose configuration and contrasting landscapes won a UNESCO World Heritage Site title at 1993. Also visit Sassi, an ancient city whose origins are lost in prehistory, and is rightly considered to be one of the world's oldest human dwellings, and geologically recalls the ancient Jerusalem and Cappadocia. Matera is also highly appreciated as a place to shoot movies, such as 'King David' with Richard Gere, 'The Passion of the Christ' directed by Mel Gibson and many others.
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8 hoursPriced From:
USD 231.73<p>Enjoy a truly magical day shore excursion from Bari to two awe-inspiring tourist destinations.</p>
<p>Matera: This town has two old districts called Sassi (meaning stones) that in 1993 were declared a world heritage site because they represent 'the most outstanding, intact example of a troglodyte settlement in the Mediterranean region, perfectly adapted to its terrain and ecosystem'. Owing to its timeless setting this town of stone has been the backdrop for several movies including Mel Gibson's “The Passion of Christ”.</p>
<p>Alberobello: The historic centre of this town is also a Wold Heritage site due to the existence of its' trulli, of which there are about 1,500. These unique buildings with conical roofs are made of dry stone (without mortar) and have survived intact and fully functional up to the present day. On this tour you will find out about the history, architecture and the mystery and symbolism of their finials. You will love the atmosphere of this fairytale hamlet.</p>... Read More
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