Via Sparano da Bari
If you are looking for a spot of retail therapy, the Via Sparano will satiate your needs. Located in the “new” district of Bari, this street runs from the epic Corso Vittorio Emanuele right through to the Piazza Aldo Moro. Lining the street you will find a plethora of high street shops and also…
It is the main street of the Murat center, perfect for shopping and for ... social life!
It's a famous street where you can make shopping. You will also find a lot of other small shops in the surround area.
“The Petruzzelli Theatre is one of the most important opera houses in Italy after La Scala in Milan and the San Carlo Theatre in Naples. It saw many famous opera and ballet celebrities throughout the 20th century but it was all but destroyed in a fire on October 27, 1991. The theater was reopened in October 2009, after 18 years.”
“One of the best places in town for shopping: bring your wallet with!!! Nel quartiere Murat, il luogo ideale per gli acquisti: portate il portafoglio!!!”
“Bari old town centre is full of hidden gems and the Piazza Mercantile is one such find – Located to the east side of the town near the harbour, this square is a charming place to visit and the architecture is quaint and endearing. This square will transport you to a different time and truly looks like a typical Mediterranean coastal resort – Different coloured shutters cover the windows, washing hangs out on small balconies and plants and shrubs line the rooftops. Consider finding a place to eat or sit under one of the shaded canopies and enjoy a coffee, or admire the decorative fountains.”
“Is the heart of Bari, is the soul of the old town and St. Nicholas of Bari, also known as Saint Nicholas of Myra, St. Nicholas of Lorraine, St. Nicholas the Great, St. Niccolò and St. Nicolò (Patara in Lycia, about 270 - Myra, December 6, 343) is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and several other Christian denominations. He is well known even outside the Christian world because his figure gave rise to the myth of Santa Claus, the Italian Babbo Natale.”
“La stradina che vedi in mappa non si interrompe ma giunge ora al sottopasso della Stazione "Torre Quetta" delle Ferrovie dello Stato. Si giunge così ad spiaggia attrezzata con diversi pub cittadini che svolgono attività estiva e proposte di intrattenimento ogni sera, concerti dj e altro, il posto giusto per rinfrescarsi la sera d'estate e trovare compagnia”