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Ancient city, its history is inextricably linked to porto.Proprio to its geographical position has always been considered as the most important terminal to Oriente.Un landscape from the inside, on the foothills of the Murgia, down to the blue sea Adriatic.

To visit

The city of Brindisi offers many views to be admired, such as the picturesque harbor, the center to the west and the center in addition to the famous Levante Roman columns, a symbol of the city. Among the most interesting museums stands the Provincial Archaeological Museum "F. Ribezzo" where you can admire the discovery of some bronzes, found a few years ago. The museum is accessed through the ancient gate of the Templars and inside each room is dedicated to the different historical periods. The Ethnic Museum of Civilization Salento "Agrilandia Museum instead, documents the cycles of production of oil, milk, wheat, wine and exposes plows, scythes, drills, mills, earthenware jars. There are also works by artists farmers and wooden statues and stone made by the founder Marcello Agrifani. In Piazza del Duomo is ammirrabile the Portico of the Knights Templar, built in the fourteenth century, the building was constructed using elements and materials that belonged to decaying monuments and the ancient walls and includes two plazas in seventeenth century were called Piazza dei Nobili and Square of the People, where was the market. The Tancredi Fountain, also known as the Great Fountain, dating back to Roman times, but was rebuilt in the late twelfth century by Tancredi, King Norman, for the wedding of his son. The most characteristic of Brindisi is the District Sant'Elia, where every Thursday morning, held a colorful and vibrant market. The town of Brindisi boasts of a large number of architectural wonders to behold as Palazzo Montenegr that is a good example of civil Baroque city. Beautiful Aragonese Castle of the fifteenth century built by Ferrante of Aragon to guard the port, on the island of St. Andrew and the Castle Svevo, also called Castle of land, not to be confused with the Aragonese Castle, said to the sea, it dates back to 1227 abidito by Frederick II as a fortified residence for his own and his garrisons.


On the day of Corpus Christi, in June, a procession is held Horse Parato that takes away from Piazza Duomo; it is the oldest and most significant ceremony that retains Brindisi. The first Saturday in September is held the procession of the patron saints of the Sea held in the inner harbor where the saints are taken to sea on a boat, walking, along with other boats, around the inner harbor until the docks by central where a procession accompanies the saints until the Cathedral. In July, 16 to 26 held the 'Adriatic International Festival - Sounds of East and West sea.