Visit Bari


Turism Bari

The location of Residence Santa Fara, in Poggiofranco district, you can reach quickly and easily the city center of Bari and to know and discover all the beauty it has to offer.

Bari is, in fact, a city rich in art and history, culture with ancient roots all to experience and discover. Historic bridge to the greek world and the Middle East, Bari is a city characterized by narrow streets and breathtaking views of the sea, offering numerous sightseeing possibilities between history and entertainment.

Among the monuments and places of interest mainly include the Cathedral of San Sabino and the Church of San Nicholas, one of the symbols of the city of Bari, with their Romanesque forms bear majestic witness to that period, the Norman-Swabian Castle and the numerous and majestic palaces and theaters that grace the city.

Honorable mention must be made to the nearby Parish Santa Fara Bari Sanctuary, place of worship and popular devotion dedicated to the Saint is said appeared to a pious woman from Bari December 13, 1929.

In addition, several parks and the beautiful seafront beaches Bari, the squares of the old town and the numerous rooms in which to spend carefree hours in the company, allow you to enjoy the city in all its aspects and peculiarities.


St. Nicholas of Bari, also known as St. Nicholas of Myra, was bishop of Myra in Lycia, it is revered as a saint by the Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and several other Christian denominations. It is also known outside the Christian world because his figure has given rise to the myth of Santa Claus known in Italian as Santa Claus.


Teatro Petruzzelli is central to the history of art, social and customs of the city of Bari. In October 1991, arson destroyed the Politeama. The full reconstruction began in the second half of 2006 and ended in 2008, respecting the provisions of the ministerial “where it was, it was.” The Petruzzelli is considered a middle way between the French and the Italian theater from which it took the galleries, the hemispherical dome and the spaces wealth.


The promenade of Bari was inaugurated in 1927. Along about 15 km had been extended just to connect the Fiera del Levante (inaugurated in 1930). On the waterfront arise over the buildings of the nineteenth century and the imposing buildings of the Fascist regime, the palace of the Province. In front of the Teatro Margherita there is a pier where fishermen sell the fish.


Fiera del Levante is one of the main Italian fairs and Mediterranean, based in Bari, specifically in the neighborhood of Marconi-San Girolamo-Fesca, its main entrance is on Promenade Starita, 4. During the year, the fairgrounds hosts about thirty international events including exhibitions, conferences and events related to the world of entertainment and culture.


The coast of Bari is more characterized by rocks, but there are, at times, many sandy beaches. In cities, it is very beautiful beach of Pane e Pomodoro, with free access and reachable by public transport.


The Cathedral of San Sabino is the metropolitan cathedral of Bari, in Puglia, a bishopric of the Archdiocese of Bari-Bitonto. Typologically, it is an important example of Romanesque Romanesque period. Built between the XII and XIII century, on a more ancient place of worship, ie the Byzantine ruins of the cathedral destroyed by William I said the Bad (1156).