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Apulia accessible tours wheelchair users traveling Italy, the spur of the Italian Boot, is an enchanting region that spreads lengthwise along the sea, marvelous beaches that will delight every traveler and that can be visited all year round and is suspended among nature, history, tradition, tastes and spirituality.
Gateway to and from the East, it has been conquered by legions of foreign rulers, most of whom were careful to live elsewhere.
The notable exception was Frederick II, the last Emperor of the Hohenstaufen line.
An enlightened man, he built many castles which still grace the region, in particular Castel del Monte, along with acres and acres of vineyards and olive groves.
Apulia produces one-tenth of the wine drunk in Europe and its olive oil is well renowned.
For those who want to travel through history, Apulia offers a wide range of places that testify to the ancient origins of this land: from prehistory to Magna Graecia, from the Imperial Age to the Renaissance and the Baroque splendor of Lecce and of Salento area.
The Trulli, offer an evocative testimony to the rural past of the region.
Apulia accessible tours wheelchair users traveling Italy most striking tourist attraction, because it is so unique, is the trulli district, around Alberobello ( a UNESCO World Heritage site ).
Lecce is known for its exuberant baroque architecture in the golden Leccese stone of the area, its churches lavishly decorated with cherubs, gargoyles and griffins, and delicately carved columns and cornices.
Lecce is a riot of art; the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy.
Sometimes described as the "Florence of the Baroque" or the "Rome of the South", Lecce is really the only city destination in mainland Italy south of Naples which is appealing enough to attract large numbers of tourists.
Bari offers about a day's worth of sightseeing.
The historical lanes were mostly smart and cleaned up.
Local people live their lives almost communally, with doors open, women making pasta in the doorways and lots of comings and goings.
It is obviously an area with a tight-knit community, perhaps living by their own rules.
Between the heart of the Old Town and the sea is Bari's most famous church, the eleventh-century Romanesque Basilica di San Nicola.
Ostuni is one of the most stunning cities in southern Italy famous for the dazzling effect of its whitewashed houses.
The brightness of its whitewashed houses, set against the pink-tinged brown of its principal monument, makes the town stand out in the green of the surrounding area.
Polignano a Mare is famous throughout the world for three things.
First of all is, as hinted at above, cliff diving.
Second is its outstanding ice-cream, which you really cannot afford to miss on a hot summer’s evening.
The third and possibly most famous export of Polignano a Mare, however, is the great Domenico Modugno, who wrote and sang numerous classic songs, including the massive international hit, Volare.
Basilica On Sea
Trani is a historic fishing port, to see is the cathedral, the Cattedrale di San Nicola Pellegrino, which dominates the seashore from a spectacular position at the water's edge.
On the low headland behind the cathedral is the oldest part of Trani's historic center.
Exploring the lanes here, the visitors comes across picturesque corners and interesting sights like the roadside bas-reliefs pictured on the left.
The most famed of Trani's historic dwellings is the fifteenth-century Palazzo Caccetta.
Nearby is a twelfth-century church built by the Knights Templar, the Chiesa di Ognissanti.
Despite of it we‘re thinking that disabled wheelchair users shouldn’t give up the passion of an holiday tours around Apulia and Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full accessible tours around Apulia at previewed itineraries with adapted van specifically for disabled holiday.
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Apulia accessible tours wheelchair users traveling Italy, many sites in Apulia are accessible and can be visited by adapted van.
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