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Bari and Grotte di Castellana

Bari and Grotte di Castellana


The historic center of Bari is truly distinctive, an attraction not to be missed. Surely the beginning of every possible tour is the Basilica di San Nicola. Then continue in the narrow winding streets, where you will smell the scents of the great cuisines. The Cathedral of San Sabino is one of the most important and visited in Bari, the heart of Bari Vecchia, located in Piazza dell'Odegitria. The church was originally dedicated to Santa Maria (and over time became the dedicatee San Sabino), and in its severe architecture, yet harmonious, remember much the Basilica of San Nicola, another place of worship in Bari of paramount importance.

Grotte di Castellana

Constitute the largest karst Italian never explored by man. The tour winds through a charming setting for about 1 km. The longer route, takes three hours and spread to 3 km, including caves and chasms names mythological or fantastic. From Grave to the Black Cave, after the Cave of the Owl, the Hall of the Serpent, the Cave of the Precipice and the Piccolo Paradiso, you will reach the White Cave, defined as the most beautiful in the world. The complex karst continues well beyond the line open to the public and explored, and accepts a concentration of works of art result of the slow flow of water in the depths of the earth, colorful stalactites and stalagmites, alabaster fluorescence, underground lakes, a world that only the imagination of nature could create and make accessible, with the aid of expert guides caving, for those who want to experience the thrill of mystery and adventure