Apulia is a region in southeastern Italy. Apulia is sometimes referred to as "the heel of Italy", in reference to the country's boot-like shape. Bari Palese international airport has flights to international destinations including the UK, Belgium and Germany and flights to Italian destinations including Milan and Rome.
Popular in Apulia
Bari is the capital of the Apulia region of Italy. It's the mezzogiorno's largest city after Naples, and a bustling commercial center and port.
Lecce is a city in Apulia region of Italy. Lecce has been dubbed the Florence of the south.
Bari is a province in the Apulia region of Italy.
Barletta-Andria-Trani is a new province in Apulia in Italy to be split off from the provinces of Bari and Foggia in 2009.
Lecce is a province in Apulia in Italy.
Brindisi is a province in Apulia in Italy.
Foggia is a province in Apulia in Italy.
Taranto is a province in Apulia in Italy.
Salento is the south-eastern extremity of the Apulia region, and occupies the "heel" of Italy's boot-shaped outline. It includes: