We are in the heart of the "New City" of Bari , which developed from the 19th century on the initiative of Gioacchino Murat and expanded between the two world wars with the opening of the famous "Nazario Sauro " waterfront, dominated by the Grand Hotel of Nations , a representative building in 1932, then a luxury hotel and social lounge in the city, chosen in the seventies as a film set of the film "Polvere di Stelle" with Alberto Sordi and Monica Vitti , and the design of the Corso Vittorio Veneto with the new port, introduced by the Teatro Margherita built in liberty style by Francesco de Giglio in 1914.
The Piccinni Theater , inaugurated in 1854, the Petruzzelli Theater , built between 1898 and 1803, the Provincial Art Gallery with its illustrious collection of paintings from the Venetian, Neapolitan and Apulian schools, the Palazzo Ateneo with the Provincial Archaeological Museum and the "Sagarriga-Visconti-Volpi" Library .
It is in this context that the apartment is located, a few steps from via Sparano , the quintessential shopping street and the most chic and popular area of the city, and not far from the "City Old ", seat of the pre-Roman, Roman and medieval settlement.
The property is located 100 meters from the Central Station , well connected to the main road arteries that in a few minutes lead to the Bari motorway exit on the A14, and then connect with the main centers of Apulian tourism, such as Alberobello with its trulli, a UNESCO heritage site , the caves of Castellana Grotta for lovers of speleology and the suggestive Polignano a Mare which gave birth to Domenico Modugno , the famous singer of "In the blue painted blue" .
The reference airport is Karol Wojtyla, which can be reached in just over 20 minutes by car or bus.