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Lungomare is a great place for walks in day and night. There are a lot of bars and restaurants especially during the weekend. It is very popular among the local people. When you go for a night walk you will see whole families spending time...More
Bari is a "bellissima" city as they say into Italian language . Murat quarters are very nice. Lots of shops, cafés, restaurants and tipical food.
Few blocks from Murat streets you can walk to Lungomare for a relaxing promenade.
Lungomare is fabulous and crowded of...More
This town is blessed with one of Italy's longest seafronts; to stroll along the lungomare is a real pleasure and also the neighbouring lungomare Nazaro Sauro seafront, and that will be the best walk and way to discover Bari on the sea; nice ambiance, the...More
We visited Bari in January and, while the Old Town was quite dead at this time except for Piazza Mercantile, Murat was alive and well. A shopping district with a lot of culture, apartments, restaurants, bakeries, cafes, bars, clubs and, obviously, shops, it was the...More
Lacking complex fruity counterbalances it has gravitas and is open to the Adriatic which it rightly portrays. The modular change as you walk the entire length does not acquire momentum apart from the initial impetus. Some buildings of the 1920-1940 are of character, symbolic, structural...More
Apparently the second longest
promenade walk way along the ocean in Italy...our hotel was located right across the Promenade and so we decided to walk towards the fish market to see the fisherman in the morning to whack (for tenderness) the octopus they caught ...it...More