A nice walking tour through the beautiful and mystical narrow streets of the old town
During the BARI WALKING TOUR you will visit the main atractions of the old town like the Basilica of Saint Nicholas, the Fresh Pasta street, the Cathedral, the norman Castle, the narrow streets, the fish market and the warm local people.
You will be in contact with the authentic southern italian life style and people!
I can create a customized tour for you in case you have special requests.
- Meeting point;
- Fish market (from 8am to 12 am);
- Basilica of Saint Nicola (visit);
- Ancient walls;
- Ferrarese Square;
- Mercantile Square;
- Authentic bakery;
- Lovers Square;
- Castello Normanno Svevo;
- Arco Basso Street (FRESH PASTA STREET)
- Sparano street (SHOPPING STREET)
- Petruzzelli Theater
- Margherita Theater
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Customized
End location: Customized
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
We walk in the old town which is a village forbidden to cars.
You will discover the Basilica of San Nicola, the Cathedral, the Norman Swebian Aragonese Castle, the Arco Basso street where the women produce handmade fresh pasta, the ancient walls of the old town, the fish market, a centuries-old ancient oven and the shopping district;
Food Taste of Burrata, Dry Tomatoes and Capocollo is included.
Free taste of Gelato included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 EUR - You are free to decide if you want to buy local food like Focaccia, Pasta, Ice Cream, Fresh Mozzarella, etc.
BARI FOOD TASTE: You can choose one of this options;
A) Pasta making with a local lady + Pasta taste and red wine in a typical family house in the old town of Bari; (10 euro each person)
B) Pasta making with a local lady + Complete meal: Pasta, local "tapas" and red wine in a typical family house in the old town of Bari (15 euro each person);
- Castle Ticket (between 3 and 5 Euro);
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One of best guides ever. Friendly, warm and attentive. Concerned for us and our needs and interests. Giorgio was so nice that almost didn't matter what we were seeing. Gary Lotner