Bari, county seat, is the one of the biggest city of the South. It is famous for the remains of St. Nicola, (stolen to Turks one thousand years ago) kept in the church. Bari has been always a crucial point as for trade and as for political- cultural relationships with the Eastern Europe and Middle East. There are also lots Byzantine and Romanesque churches in the old town, the longest seafront of Italy and the Theatre Petruzzelli in the heart of Murat neighbourhood.
Bitonto it is famous like the city of olive trees for the olive groves that enclose it and the oil production, known in the XIII century and improved during the XX century, which represents still today the most important economic resource of this city. Moreover, Bitonto has called the local cultivar, the highest point of Bitonto. The old town, which overlooks Lama Balice (regional natural park that arrives until the coast of Bari), has lots churches: for instance, the Romanesque cathedral and lots examples of Renaissance architecture.
- Tour of group: least 40 participants, 50 euros per person. Bus, lunch, insurance policy and tourist guide.
- Individual tour: least 2 people, 50 euros per person by car/minivan, lunch, insurance policy and tourist guide.