Enjoy a fantastic experience in Bari, which will amaze you with its multitude of styles and the wide array of flavors. Besides admiring some of the most significant cultural and historical places, you will also have the opportunity to discover the local cuisine.
Once you visit Bari, you can tell for sure that this is a city of contrasts. By choosing this guided tour, you have the opportunity to discover fascinating facts about the history and culture of this town.
The ancient part of the city keeps track of the centuries that have passed by, and the explanations provided by your experienced tour guide will highlight the numerous changes that took place here. First belonging to the Romans, Bari was then passed to the Saracens, then it was under the domination of the Byzantine Empire, and in the 11th century, the Normans invaded the town. No wonder that you will be able to see so many different architectural styles. Bari keeps imposing monuments from each stage of its evolution, such as the Romanesque Cattedrale di San Sabino, the Basilica di San Nicola and Castello Normanno-Svevo.
At the end of the tour, you will discover the modern area, also known as the French side of the city, characterized by appealing shopping streets and grand theaters.
While you will visit the bakery, brewery, delicatessen shop, winery and then the ice cream shop, you will meet the local manufacturers working there, and you will also savor a multitude of local products. This guided tour is the perfect choice for any local cuisine lover, as well as for those willing to experience new flavors.
If some may be attracted by trying new gastronomic experiences and savoring new products, many are opting for this guided tour because they can learn cuisine secrets from local manufacturers. A significant part of this tour is represented by visiting the places where foods or drinks are produced, and meeting culinary specialists. This will allow you to improve your cooking skills when it comes to Italian cuisine, and to learn the tricks of preparing some delicious local products. For example, when visiting the centenary bakery in the old village, you will not only savor a tasty piece of Barese focaccia, but you will also find out essential tips for baking a mouthwatering one.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
The tour can be done by feet, bike or rickshaw (a surcharge will apply).
Please note that a minimum of 2 participants is required for this tour.