Things to see and do - Brindisi
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Brindisi Travel guide
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This trading and naval port has a daily ferry service to Greece. Not surprisingly, Greece has played a major role in the history of Brindisi: the city’s name derives from the Greek word brenteséion (“stag head”). Once a port of embarkation for crusaders travelling to the Holy Land, Brindisi, along with Taranto and Bari, now forms part of the industrial “triangle” of southern Italy.
Tourist attractions Brindisi : Things to see and do
v. Ruggero de Simone 1 I - 72100 Brindisi
It was Phillipe d'Anjou and his wife Colette de Valois who took the initiative to have this superb church built in the 14C. It is a superb example of transition Romanesque-Gothic architecture. The façade is animated by the geometric interplay of two-..
v. Manzoni I - 72100 Brindisi
This church has a very simple interior, with three naves separated by columns with Corinthian capitals and a zoomorphic (cows, lions and rams) under a vault intersected with ribs. A portico with small polygonal columns with extremely stylised capital..
Piazza San Giovanni al Sepolcro I - 72100 Brindisi
Built in the 11C this the Church of the Templars has a door with a canopy (over the door) supported by lions.
Corso Roma 83 I - 72100 Brindisi
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Hotel Colonna is a 5-minute walk from the station in the heart of Brindisi. The breakfast room on the top floor offers a panoramic view across the entire city. Guest rooms at the Colonna come with Sky TV and air conditioning. Each morning, a large b..
Via Cavour 1 I - 72100 Brindisi
Prix Prices from : 59 €
Hotel Barsotti is set in Brindisi centre, 300 metres from the railway station and less than a 10-minute walk from Brindisi Harbour. Rooms at Barsotti Hotel are air conditioned and feature a minibar, a TV and a work desk. Wi-Fi is provided in the who..
Corso Garibaldi, 40 I - 72100 Brindisi
Hotel Orientale is set in the historic centre of Brindisi just 500 metres from Brindisi Railway Station and 250 metres from the harbour. It has free bikes and a Technogym fitness centre. Hotel Orientale is set on Corso Garibaldi, a street full of st..
corso Umberto I 141 I - 72100 Brindisi
salita di Ripalta 1/5 I - 72100 Brindisi
This enthusiastically run restaurant serves home-style cooking with a focus on fresh fish, and is fresh, modern and beautifully kept. Specialities include strascinati pasta with an octopus and pecorino cheese ragù and Mediterranean-style fish fillet,..
lungomare Regina Margherita 23 I - 72100 Brindisi