Trani is located in the Apulia region, in the province of Barletta-Andria-Trani, and is known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic". This city is famous for its Romanesque Cathedral that overlooks the sea, as well as for the production of Moscato wine and a particular type of marble, the "Trani stone".
Included in the list of the "Italian wonders", Trani is rich in artistic and architectural treasures, churches and palaces of every era. Visitors will be fascinated by the landscape and the incredible views, as well as the tasty local cuisine.
Rich in fun and folklore, Trani is also the venue of traditional festivals, evocative and engaging events for both locals and visitors.