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Transports Information on means of transport (airplane, train, road, bus and boat). The information presented is for information only and is subject to change.

Flights Airplane (www.aeroportidipuglia.it): the airports closest to our accommodations are Bari Karol Wojtyla Airport and Salento's Airport (Brindisi). The Bari Karol Wojtyla Airport has good direct links with Europe:Belgium: Brussels Charleroi with Ryanair (www.ryanair.com);France: Paris Beauvais with...

Car hire We encourage you to rent a car at the airport to comfortably visit the attractions of the region. Below are links to rental companies present at the Bari and Brindisi airports: www.maggiore.it, www.avisautonoleggio.it, www.budgetautonoleggio.it, www.caritaly.it (solo Bari), www.hertz.it,...

Highway To reach Apulia, the highways are, depending on your point of departure, the A14 Bologna-Taranto and the A16. The main roads that connect the main regional centres are:-         ...

Train Apulia is easily accessible by train. Stations of Lecce and Bari Centrale are connected to high-speed lines such as Frecciargento and Frecciabianca (www.trenitalia.com). To move within the region, it is possible to travel with Trenitialia (www.trenitalia.com) and Ferrovie del Sud-Est...

Bus National and international lines are offered by different bus companies operating in the region, among which Marino Autolinee (www.marinobus.it), Marozzi (www.marozzivt.it), Miccolis (www.miccolis-spa.it), Autolinee Lentini (www.autolineelentini.com), Sitabus (www.sitabus.it). The regional bus...

Ferries For those who wish to travel by ferry, there are two ports in Puglia: Bari and Brindisi. You can reach Bari from Albania and Greece (Durres, Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfu) as well as Brindisi (Ferries from Igoumenitsa and Vlora).