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It costs 3 Euro per person. The museum is open from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Go early and see the crypt and the frescoes on the main level as well for free. We spent almost an hour admiring the more than 2200 years of...More
Yes, it is a hidden gem of Bari!
You can access this from inside of the Cathedral, in the right part of the main hall.
The mosaic is very well preserved / restored. Of course you will walk on a glass floor.
You can spend...More
You can enter he cathedral free and it is a fairly standard building, but if you enter the undercroft, at the bottom of the stairs on the left is a hidden gem.
The museum Il Succorpo ... it was 2 euros to enter and was...More
This is not a patch on the Basilica which is the religious jewel in the crown of Bari. The archaeology is mildly interesting. Like most churches in Italy its worth dropping in to see some fine workmanship but if time is limited no great reason...More
If you come to the Bari its a must visit. There is no better place to understand the history of the city. A small section of an old roman road has been preserved. Many beautiful mosaics and insciptions can be admired. It is still an...More
Stunning detailed archaeology which is well presented. It is worth paying to enter the crypt to see this work although not always staffed. There was also a wedding the day we visited which was extraordinary as the guests all had hand fans and the pews...More
For a small fee you can enter the excavation site under the Bari Cathedral. There are layers of ruins here- Roman ruins, medieval basilica, and even a piece of Roman road. There are plenty of explanatory signs which are also in English. The real standout...More