I found this place via tripadvisor when I was looking for a place near airport. Bitonto is a nice town, close to airport and Giovinazzo on the coast. We stayed for one night. The place is an old palace, like a museum with history. The room is quite small, but very nice, bathroom definitely too small (not recommended for big... More
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- The Bed and Breakfast Bitonto – Palazzo Antica Via Appia is tucked in Puglia (Apulia) and is located halfway between Bari and Trani, only a few minutes from the A4 highway and 10 minutes from the airport.Built on the ruins of the Via Appia, you can visit down in the basement (The Appian Way was one of the earliest and strategically most important Roman roads of the ancient republic. It connected Rome to Brindisi, Apulia, in southeast Italy. Its importance is indicated by its common name, recorded by Statius) our B&B will charm you with its view of the Benedictine Nunnery from the panoramic roof illuminated at night with a thousand lights.You will succumb to the charm of this 19th century building recently renovated by the owner, the antique collector Gaetano Brattoli, who was passionately in love with this place.The old stones floors, ceramic decoration, frescoes, antiques’ collections and other marvels, enhance the interior. This boutique B&B invites you to embark on a mini-tour, a journey back in time. Palazzo Antica Via Appia stands in a rare location of extraordinary beauty, surrounded by a wonderful landscape rich in history and art.This luxury B&B, located in the heart of Romanesque Cathedral region is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday vacation; it is a unique venue that can be used for concerts, fashion shows, exhibitions, presentations, gala dinners.Surrounded by ancient buildings, it offers 3 rooms, 3 junior suites and two fully fitted kitchens, at complete guests’ disposal. It also offering comfortable rooms with Wi-Fi wireless high speed internet access and car parking with shuttle service. Breakfast is served on the terrace overlooking a beautiful, peaceful setting.Walk into the old city will be highly surprising, round our Tommaso Traetta Museum (famous Italian composer born in Bitonto, in 1727) and the ancient Library, (both museum are inside the B&B, on ground floor) or take a journey to the Roman Churches circuit where you’ll be able to visit a famous Romanesque Cathedrals of Bitonto, Bari and Trani. Bitonto is full of marvellous places and we will also charm you with all our Apulia specialties as our fine olive oil, taralli (salted/flavoured biscuits), our cakes and all dishes of our famous Mediterranean tradition. Come to visit us, we will wait for you!Guests are assured of a sincere and warm welcome. ... more less
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