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iaqvec Bari

IAQVEC will be host within the Politecnico di Bari, located in via Edoardo Orabona n. 4 (Bari).

The city of Bari, Puglia’s provincial capital, is bathed by the Adriatic Sea, and is one of the finest destinations in southern Italy. It’s a mix of history, culture and fun. Located in the sun-drenched, picturesque, coastal gem of the Apulia region (or Puglia, as it is known to the locals),
In recent years Bari has gradually built a reputation as a bridge between West and East, that mirrors an increasingly multi-cultural, open, tolerant and friendly community, connecting people, individuals and businesses, from different countries and cultures. More, Bari and the Puglia overall can boast some of the best Italy’s food and wines, and a genuine authentic, simple and tasty vernacular cuisine.

Bari has a maritime flavour and deserves a glance for the panoramic seafront promenade, and the historic and atmospheric old town, called Bari Vecchia, a medieval warren of tight alleyways and graceful piazzas, narrow streets where you can admire the colors of the artisans’ workshops; several cultural places; fascinating Romanesque-styled churches as Basilica of San Nicola (Largo Abate Elia, Bari) and the Cathedral of St. Sabino (Piazza dell’Odegitria, Bari).

Indispensable is a visit to the historic city center.

Do not miss a stroll along the seafront, great for delegates who want to enjoy a little relaxation with sweeping views of the Adriatic Sea.

Also the modern part and heart of the city, named Borgo Murattiano, is a great place to spend time, with a major shopping district and gorgeous archi-tectures built in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Among the things not to be missed are: Norman Swabian castle (Piazza Federico II di Svevia, Bari), Bari’s symbol, at the entrance of the city, inside collections of archaeological Petruzzelli Theater (Corso Cavour, 12, Bari), built around 1903, Margherita Theater (Piazza IV Novembre, Bari) originally opened in 1914, is one of the city’s most loved and iconic buildings.

Moreover, from Bari it is easy to reach the UNESCO World Heritage site of Castel del Monte; the fascinating village of Alberobello an UNESCO World Heritage site for its unusual districts of trulli, the characteristic white-washed conical-roofed houses of the area; and Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, only one hour away (approximati-vely 50 km from Bari).

More interactive about the city of Bari at the webapp www.around.bari.it