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It was a very relaxing walk. We only had a few hours, but it was quite enough and enjoyable. It is a half day trip from Bari and a must see in Puglia region (transportation is made by train from/to Bari, be careful to check...More
This little city is fantastic!
In the old town you habe these little alleys and old houses and to the seaside lots of balconies to view the sea from the cliff.
We have been there by sunset after a small thunderstorm. Absolutely spectacular views!
I just had 2 hours to spend in town but it's quit to get the general impression. There feeling good fish restaurants so if you're coming hungry you'll have a variety of places. Prices however are not cheap. Do not miss the balconies to the...More
This is absolutely one of my favorite town in Puglia.
If you come visiting this Italia region you should pass by Polignano even if just for half a day.
The beach in reality is small and always crowded so, we would have not liked to...More
The old town is on the promontory through a gate and like all the ‘storicos’ in the SE of Italy it has large white marble slab pavers and baroque public buildings. Everything glistens white. The Adriatic is a beautiful blue green and clear. Being a...More
Polignano a mare is about a half an hour’s train ride from Bari and its old quarter, overlooking the sea, looks more like a summer residential locale for city dwellers on holiday. We visited in winter so the place felt somewhat vacant, although the quaint...More
a stroll to enjoy terrific views of the marine caves from the terraces up on the cliffs overlooking the seaside. it's very lively (in particular in the summer time). don't miss the picture next to the sculpture dedicated to Domenico Modugno (Mr. Volare).
Polignano is well worth a visit just to see how the town is sited in and on the cliffs. It is very touristy, but that is because it is swamped by tourists who want to see it. The old town is much like all the...More
There is quite a large car park on Via Rocco Giuliani. Then a short stroll up Via Tritone to get to the old city. There is a network of one-way streets to navigate. Easiest is to go down Via Pompeo Sarnelli, turn right into... More
There is quite a large car park on Via Rocco Giuliani. Then a short stroll up Via Tritone to get to the old city. There is a network of one-way streets to navigate. Easiest is to go down Via Pompeo Sarnelli, turn right into Via Roma (one way), then left when you hit Via Rocco Giuliani. There is also parking around the station (Via Vito Cosimo Basile), leaving you with a slightly longer walk to the old town.