Explore Bari, Apulia Capital, with a full-day tour from Sorrento, traveling by:

Private Mercedes vehicle with ENGLISH SPEAKING driver

On this tour you will visit the Basilica di San Nicola, a 12th century church built to preserve the relics of Saint Nicholas of Myra. It is considered, like the Cathedral of Trani, as one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture. Here you can explore the crypt with the remains of the holy dedicated to Orthodox worship.

You will also visit Bari Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Sabinus, a bishop of Canosa. It is a great example of Apulian Romanesque architecture and you also have the chance to visit the Baroque crypt. Continuing on the tour, you will see Norman-Swabian Castle, a 12th century fortress built by Roger the Norman and rebuilt by Frederick II of Swabia after its partial destruction by William I of Sicily. Here you can explore the gallery of plaster casts.

On this tour you will also see the Column of Justice in the Piazza Mercantile, a white marble column with a stone lion which stands crouched behind the door on the chest with the inscription “Guardian of Justice”. It has been said that insolvent debtors were tied to this column. You will also walk past the old Aragonese walls and through the historic center, and have free time to visit shops and buy local products.

Length: approx. 13 hours’ tour
Tour Highlights: Saint Nicola Basilic, Norman-Swabian Castel, Aragonese Walls
Price includes: private vehicle with English speaking driver
Entrance fee not included: Saint Nicola Basilic, Norman-Swabian Castel, Aragonese Walls
Lunch: Not included