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Discover Brindisi

Guide to vacation Brindisi
Discover Brindisi - Guide to vacation Brindisi

Brindisi is located between the two strips of sea that form its port in a beautiful green and sunny part of Italy.
Brindisi’s history is strongly linked both to the East and to its direct contact with neighbouring Greece, which influenced the styles and traditions of this delightful area.

Sights to see in Brindisi city are the Roman columns, one about 19 metres high, whereas only the base of the second remains.
Stroll through Piazza del Duomo and visit the Francesco Ribezzo Archaeological Museum. Head for Svevo Castle, and just outside the city, Santa Maria del Casale. Santa Maria del Casale is the true jewel of Brindisi. The church dates to the end of the thirteenth century. Inside are frescoes from the fourteenth century, including a noteworthy Last Judgement.

Following the road towards Taranto, visit ancient Mesagne with its Church of San Lorenzo, Castle, and the Del Carmine Church.
If you enjoy small towns surrounded by green olive groves then a visit to Ostuni is for you. Ostuni is built on three hills on the edge of the Murge. The medieval part of Ostuni lies on the highest hill, with the late fifteenth-century Cathedral on the summit.
Enthusiasts of monumental architecture should visit the Castle at Oria, a town that was central to medieval events in the Brindisi province. The Castle was built by order of Frederick II.

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