The Private Accessible 6 hour Bari Shore Excursion takes you through thousands of years of history in this capital city of the Apulia region of Italy. Located in the heel region of the Italy “boot”, you will get to experience the rich history of this region and experience everyday Italian life in this coastal community.
This accessible Bari shore excursion will begin with your driver and guide picking you up at the Bari cruise dock or accessible hotel in a wheelchair accessible van. You will make the short drive into Old Town Bari, where your guided tour will begin. Visit the Cathedral of San Sabino, also known as the Bari Cathedral, which dates back to the 12th century. Your excursion will then take you to the Basilica of Saint Nicholas, an important pilgrimage destination for both Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians.This Bari accessible shore excursion also includes a stop at the CastelloSvevo, an ancient waterfront castle that has served many purposes, but most recently as a museum of sculptural remnants and treasures.
Your shore excursion of accessible Bari will change paces a little as your wheelchair accessible van takes you to the Via Sparano, one of the best shopping areas around.From there, your wheelchair accessible van will take you to the neighboring village of Alberobello. Here you will get to see the Trulli of Alberobello. UNESCO has proclaimed them a World Heritage Site and these stone houses and their cone-shaped roofs are the oldest known trulli, dating back to the 14th century. After some fantastic photo opportunities, you will be returned to the Bari cruise dock or hotel for your next adventure!
- Cathedral of San Sabino
- Bari’s Old Town
- Via Sparano (shopping district)
- The Trulli of Alberobello
- Basilica of Saint Nicholas