Bari has uncertain origins but, however, can be dated back to the Bronze Age. The historic centre includes highlights such as the Basilica of San Nicola, symbol of the town, and the Norman-Swabian walls of the ancient fortress. The world known Petruzzelli Theatre is in the new town, the commercial and shopping area. Time at leisure to visit Bari, to see the historic centre with its narrow streets where you can still see ladies preparing “orecchiette”, a typical kind of pasta. Don’t miss the Belvedere where you can admire the longest city’s seafront in Italy.