2-Hour Tour of Bari by Boat with Sea View

  • Live Guide
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

"Bari Vista dal mare" unique experience, the view of the seafront with its historic buildings, the ancient part of our city with its churches and theaters overlooking the sea. the fort of Sant'Antonio, together with Santa Scholastica, is one of the four bulwarks that have marked the Bari city walls since the nineteenth century it represents the highest point of the old city from which it is possible to gaze upon the layout of the medieval walls A refreshing bath in the blue waters in front of the city will be a moment of absolute relaxation the possibility, upon request, of an aperitif at sunset, an unforgettable experience aboard a traditional local boat.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: maurizio lepore

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Pass By: Fortino S. Antonio

The S. Antonio turret must have existed since the fourteenth century, at least as a defense tower, even if the most well-founded information places it in the full following century, identifying it in the forms of a small castle - called "Torre di S. Antonio" due to the presence of a pre-existing church dedicated to that saint. The Margherita Theater was built between 1912 and 1914 in the bend of the old port on pillars founded in the sea, to circumvent the pact signed between the Municipality of Bari and the Petruzzelli family according to which the administration undertook not to build other theaters on municipal grounds, with the exception of buildings on the sea. The theater was built to replace the Margherita Variety, a wooden theater inaugurated on 5 October 1910, which was the subject of violent criticism both by local entrepreneurs, who presented a similar project without obtaining authorization, and by the Messeni brothers, owners of the Petruzzelli Theater, which saw a potential competitor in variety.
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