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|Bari city centre|
|Karol Wojtyła Airport (BRI): 5 mi from city centre|
Italy's Apulia region is waiting! Find your way there with cheap flights to Bari, the biggest city in the region. Bari International Airport (BRI) welcomes flights from about forty destinations around Europe, including London. Find the cheapest flights to Bari onboard Ryanair, easyJet and Germanwings. Alitalia also flights from London to Bari.
Bari is right on the coast which means that summer is prime tourist season. Bari has a large city beach, popular for sunbathing and even kitesurfing on windier days. When planning a holiday in Bari it's best to book your flights early, 2-3 months is enough time.
Direct flights to Bari take 3 hours from London.
Bari's medieval old town, its white-sand beaches and its location along the beautiful Puglia coast make it a top choice for a trip just about any time of the year.
Bari Vecchia: Old Bari is a beautiful medieval neighbourhood that is easy to get lost in. Stumble around a few corners and you may find yourself in front of the beautiful Basilica of Saint Nicholas or the Cathedral of Saint Sabino. Unfortunately many of the church's in Bari Vecchia are closed to tourists.
Bari beach: Bari's city beach is pretty good as far as city beaches go. It's quite large and has plenty of sand, a great spot to sit on a warm afternoon.
Alberobello: If you have a Bari car hire, take advantage of it. Alberobello is a treat for its 14th century Trulli huts that look like something out of a fairytale. This fascinating architecture style is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and many of the houses are now shops and restaurants.
Find more information on Travel in Puglia.
Bari lacks the choice and selection that you'll find in other Italian cities of its size but visitors shouldn't have a problem finding hotels in Bari year-round. Many visitors opt to stay outside of Bari at a seaside hotel or resort and make day-trips into the city to explore.