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Bari. A City Not To Be Missed

Bari
A City Not To Be Missed
Elisabeth Galbraith

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When people say the Apulia region is full of simple, natural jewels, you have to believe them because they are definitely right about this input. Lecce, for example, located in the southern part of the Italian region, is almost considered as being southern Florence, while Bari is its Bologna, a historic but youthful town with thousands of college students that make nights in the city entertaining, cool, hipster-ish and never boring. It is definitely a city that cannot be avoided. It is much more urban than any other city you will find in the same region and, after all, it is the second-largest town in the south of Italy. You will see that by admiring its huge boulevards, plazas, the already named super-active nightlife, constant car obstructions in the streets, and the horns and the screams even late at night. There are very few other cities that can be as lively as Bari is.

 

It is also home to two of the biggest universities in southern Italy, a recently renovated opera house that has a charming story of resurgence after a big fire and all the municipal buildings that sparkle under the sun and are extremely close to the sea. Bari also sports a very busy port that has frequent links with Albania, Croatia and Greece, and a big, crowded international airport that you can use to come and go as you prefer without spending too much money since it is used by very popular low-budget airlines.

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Bad travelers often end up skipping a city like Bari to go hit on the most famous city of the region, Lecce. Bari is not equally famous, to be honest, but as this guide will show you, it does not lack at all in terms of history and culture. For example, visiting the old part of the city will leave you speechless. It has a much more slow-pace living style than the city center, mostly because of the sacred atmosphere that you will feel while enjoying a walk through the ancient roads. As a matter of fact, this is the area of the town that contains the bones of Saint Nicholas (most famously known as Santa Claus). They are kept within the walls of the Basilica di San Nicola which is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations for all Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians. It is a place of communion, a place where two different worlds, somehow, manage to unite.

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Not much far from the stunning Basilica, there is a muscular, rugged castle called Castello Normanno Svevo (Norman-Swabian Castle). It is surrounded by ditches and trenches on all sides, except one of the northern sections that used to border the sea and can be reached by a bridge or with the southern gate. This castle historically went through many, many architectural transformations for several reasons, the most important being the fact that it was destroyed and rebuilt more than once and later acquired by different royal families over the centuries. Mainly, it is made up of so-called Aragon walls and comprises of a huge, sturdy Swabian tower. Right now the city of Bari uses the castle as a location for artistic and archeological exhibitions.

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The city also has an unsurprisingly thriving food scene. After all, Italy is known for being a country that lives for food and Bari has plenty of traditional and delicious trattorias that help you stay away from the city chaos while in the middle of your trip to the culinary Heaven. However, it does not come as a surprise when you think about how every single Italian region has amazing culinary traditions. Then why pick Bari (and Apulia) instead of somewhere else? Well, the cucina barese is, above other things, basically a Nirvana for vegetarians. The entire Apulian cuisine鈥檚 cornerstones are vegetables. In fact, the entire region is predominantly agricultural, as it has always been a poor region that could not afford much meat, and in Bari you will be able to eat fruit and vegetables that are not only fresh and flavourful, but simply locally grown and biological. There is no such thing as an insipid tomato in Puglia and you will never eat better cherries than the one found in this region.

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An interesting restaurant where you will be able to enjoy local food is La Cecchina, located in the very heart of the old town in Piazza Mercantile 31. You will eat amazing food while surrounded by historical, white buildings while enjoying vegetables of all sorts, beans, pasta and, if you are still hungry, fresh fish. One thing is for sure: do not go to Bari if you are on a diet, you will find impossible not to eat everything.

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