Travelling to/from Bari

 

Air

Bari's Karol Wojtya Airport, 10km northwest of the city centre, is served by a host of international and budget airlines, including easyJet, Alitalia and Ryanair.

Pugliairbus connects Bari airport with Foggia and Brindisi airports. It also has services to Matera, Vieste and Taranto.

 

Pugliairbus connects Bari airport with Foggia and Brindisi airports. It also has services to Matera, Vieste and Taranto.

 

Taxi

Taxis (tel: +39 (0) 80 554 3333; www.taxibari.it) are available outside the terminal. Journey time into the city is 15-30 minutes, and fares start at around €25.

 

Boat

Ferries run from Bari to Albania, Croatia, Greece and Montenegro. All boat companies have offices at the ferry terminal, accessible on bus 20 from the main train station. Fares vary considerably among companies and it's easier to book with a travel agent such as Morfimare.

 

Bus

Intercity buses leave from two main locations. From Via Capruzzi, south of the main train station, SITA covers local destinations. Ferrovie Appulo-Lucane buses serving Matera (€4.90, 1 hours, six daily) also depart from here, plus Marozzi buses for Rome (from €34.50, 4 to 5 hours, six daily – note that the overnight bus departs from Piazza Moro in front of the railway station) and other long-distance destinations.

 

Train

A web of train lines spreads out from Bari. Note that there are fewer services on the weekend.

 

From the Bari Centrale Station, Trenitalia trains go to Puglia and beyond:

 

Brindisi (from €8.60, one hour, frequent)

Foggia (from €9.30, one hour, frequent)

Milan (from €49, 6 to eight hours, frequent)

Rome (from €40, four hours, four per day)

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