Bari is the metropolis of the Apulia district of Italy. It's the mezzogiorno's (Italy's south) biggest city following Naples, and a busy business hub and dock. Bari is the biggest and most significant city of Apulia and positioned on the Adriatic coast. It's mainly popular for being one of the departure doors of Italy, where tourists depart on boats for adjoining countries. The old portion of the city, known as Bari Vecchia by natives, literally Old Bari, is a stunning gothic region you should not ignore. Take a walk and get lost in the labyrinth of Bari Vecchia and try not to miss the romantic Basilica of Saint Nicholas with its gold roof, its crypt and the splendid throne of Bishop Elias. In the same quad, also the Palazzo del Catapano and the Church of Saint Gregory are worth a tour. Even historic (but later renovated in baroque style) and evenly fascinating is the romantic Cathedral of Saint Sabino. Take a stroll down the waterfront, on the peak of the ancient city walls and pass by the Fortino of Saint Antony, an old castle lately turned into a present-day art museum, and the old Monastery of Saint Scolastica (presently a portion of the University). Book holidays to Bari with Hotelslog and profit from our all-inclusive holidays which include affordable flights, cheap lodging and flexible booking choices. We at Hotelslog are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Bari is unforgettable!