THE CITY OF BARLETTA
Guided tours of the City of Barletta and the most significant monuments of Apulian history
It’s a walking tour of the famous Colossus, the Cantina della Disfida, the Cathedral and the Castle (outside):
The Colossus Eraclio, called in dialect Aré, is an imposing bronze statue dating back to the Early Middle Ages, more than 5 metres high.
And it is from here that we will begin our guided tour.
The Cantina Della Disfida, the place where the banquet was set up during which the offense that provoked the famous gunfight, known as the Disfida di Barletta, took place.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore, a rare Gothic example with a previous Romanesque layout.
The Castle, ancient fortress and prison, is the largest in Puglia; it preserves the statue of Frederick II.
It is located a few metres from the seafront and, besides an imposing moat surrounding the castle, in front of the main entrance there are the gardens of the city of Barletta.
Everyone tells us that it is a historical visit, with clear references to fundamental events that have marked Apulia and southern Italy, it is true!
The City of Barletta is very interesting and for many people a surprise because you can see and touch the signs of history, the one lived and also the one told.
You will be thrilled because all the monuments are imposing and full of meaning, a walk full of details and beauties that still today represent entire eras.
WE FOLLOW THE SAFETY REGULATIONS GUARANTEEING THE DISTANCE AND THE USE OF THE MASK IN MONUMENTS AND INDOOR PLACES.
PLEASE INDICATE IN THE ADDITIONAL NOTES PARTICULAR REQUESTS
Length of the tour: 2 hrs. Entrance tickets not included
Guided tours every day at 10 am and 04 pm
The scheduled TIMETABLE of the visits may be changed
Meeting point: at Corso Vittorio Emanuele near Colossus Heraclius.
2 pax € 90
3-4 pax € 80
5 pax € 100
6 pax € 120
Groups from 7 to 20 pax 150,00€