Bari, a city in the south of Italy, is well connected to the rest of the country thanks to the Italo train, which allows you to reach it in no time. It is one of the oldest cities in Italy, located on the Adriatic Sea, offering a rich variety of things to do and see. A visit to Bari cannot start without visiting Piazza Mercantile, where you can find the Palazzo degli Uffici Comunali, built in the 16th century, and the Cathedral of San Sabino, dating back to the 11th century. The cathedral is one of the main attractions of the city, with its characteristic merlons towers and its interior full of frescoes, treasures and relics. The center of Bari is also full of museums to visit, such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Ethnographic Museum, the Ceramics Museum and the Civic Museum. Here you can also find some of the most famous monuments of the city, such as the Swabian Castle, the Petruzzelli Theater, the Sedile Palace, the Church of San Nicola and the Church of San Marco. Once the tour is over, Bari also offers a rich variety of food. From fresh fish served in the many restaurants, such as the renowned "Passo L'Oca", to the famous focaccia barese, not forgetting the orecchiette and panzerotti, the food of Bari is one of the most appreciated in the whole of Italy. If you feel like shopping, Bari is one of the trendiest cities in the south, with a great variety of shops, boutiques and markets, such as the San Nicola Market, the Fish Market and the Covered Market. Once the visit is over, don't forget to take a break at the famous Lungomare, which offers a breathtaking view of the sea and the city. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket to Bari now!