Large and massive, the landmark of the city of Bari, the Castello Normanno-Svevo di Bari, stands on the edge of the old town. You should definitely plan a visit to the Bari fortress during your visit to the city.
Bari has an impressive cemetery in the middle of the city, which is well worth a visit during your stay in the city. Bari’s monumental cemetery is almost like a city within a city.
The small town of Polignano a Mare is located on the Adriatic coast of Apulia. It is not yet overrun with tourists, but it is one of the more popular seaside resorts in Apulia.
A look at the map of Italy showed us a small town very close to Bari, which we really wanted to visit just because of its name. Monopoli! Would there also be a castle avenue here, as in the board game?
To the west of Bari, about 11 kilometres away, is Bitonto. From Bari you can take the train to the town and enjoy the flair and sights in Bitonto.
Right next to Milan Cathedral is another tourist destination – the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The Galleria is a covered shopping arcade built in the 19th century.