Bari is a port city on Italy's Adriatic coast. Bari is a picturesque city with Greek, Roman and Ottoman architecture and a medieval old town. Bari's location by the Adriatic Sea makes it a great place for swimmers and water-sport aficionados. Bari has many restaurants and cafes serving delicious food and drink. Bari is a good location for visits to surrounding scenic villages and the UNESCO-listed Castel del Monte.
Bari Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is it possible to get low-cost tickets to fly to Bari?
A. Yes, you can get low-cost tickets to Bari as about 30% of flights to Bari are provided by Europe's largest cheap-flight provider Ryanair. Tickets to Bari are also sold by WizzAir and easyJet, which means it is possible to get tickets to Bari from rest of Europe at very attractive prices.
Q. If I buy a plane ticket to Bari, what souvenirs could I bring back for my family and friends?
A. Bari is known for it's fine pottery, red wine and handmade Orecchiette pasta. Remember to check your flight ticket for baggage allowance.
Q. What excursions around Bari are there?
A. You could buy an entry ticket to Castel del Monte, Frederick II's impressive UNESCO World Heritage listed castle or head to the stunning town of Trani which has an impressive cathedral. Alternatively head to one of the many quaint villages and towns on the Adriatic coast.
Q. What time would be best time to buy an airplane ticket to Bari?
A. The peak-time to visit Bari is June and July, so if you want to visit Bari then, try to book your ticket early. If you would like to visit at a less busy time, buy a ticket for May or August and look out for last-minute ticket deals. Tickets for the shoulder season are usually cheaper than peak-time tickets.