Take a day to explore the port city of Bari and you will be able to pack a lot in. Here’s how to do it on less than $100.
Stick to the Italian way and eat pastries with coffee for breakfast at Caffe Borghese. It’s one of the oldest cafés in the city and makes a great place for people watching while you eat ($8).
After breakfast, take a walk around Bari’s chaotic old town, looking around the cathedral, the Basilica di San Nicola and the Teatro Margherita. You will end up right by the famous seafood market, where you can eat the catch of the day served by fishermen for lunch ($15). It’s a real bargain for fresh seafood.
In the afternoon have a wander around Spazio Murat, a cultural center that has interesting exhibitions, and then settle in for a coffee at one of the many cafés ($3).
As the sun starts to go down, head to El Chiringuito, a bar on the docks, where you can drink the local beer and have a few snacks ($10). Suitably refreshed, get a table at Piccinni 28 for a sophisticated dinner in the interior garden ($25).
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