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2 Hour Private Walking Tour of Brindisi

Brindisi, IT
Brindisi, IT
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Experience the rich history of Brindisi on a 2-hour private walking tour that will transport you back in time. Explore the ancient port, which played a vital role in Roman trade with the East. Walk along the inner port, shaped like a deer's head, and marvel at the Roman Columns at the end of an impressive staircase. Discover the bustling Piazza Duomo, home to the Seminary, Provincial Archaeological Museum, and Balsamo Loggia. Immerse yourself in the cultural heart of the city as you visit the San Giovanni Temple and the iconic Verdi Theater. This tour will take you on a journey through Brindisi's past, allowing you to admire its architectural treasures and learn about its fascinating history. Book now and embark on a captivating exploration of Brindisi's storied past.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-5 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Visit the historical port of Brindisi
  • Explore the Roman Columns and staircase
  • Discover the beautiful Piazza Duomo
  • Experience the cultural heart of the city
  • Admire the Verdi Theater and its surroundings
  • Authorized guide
  • Archaeological area of san pietro degli schiavoni
  • Lunch
  • Breakfast

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Introduction

Discover the enchanting port city of Brindisi on a 2-hour private walking tour that will take you through its fascinating history and cultural highlights. Brindisi, once an essential hub for trade with the East during Roman times, continues to captivate visitors with its rich heritage. Your expert guide will lead you on an immersive journey through the city, where you'll uncover hidden treasures and unravel stories from the past.

What to expect?

During this 2-hour walking tour, you can expect a delightful exploration of Brindisi's most notable landmarks. Starting at the picturesque inner port, shaped like a deer's head, you'll be immersed in the city's maritime past. Your experience continues with a visit to the magnificent Roman Columns, where you can trace the footsteps of ancient traders. The tour then takes you to the charming Piazza Duomo, surrounded by the Seminary, Provincial Archaeological Museum, and the beautiful Balsamo Loggia. You'll also have the opportunity to marvel at the unique circular shape of the San Giovanni Temple and discover the cultural heart of the city at the Verdi Theater.

Who is this for?

This private walking tour of Brindisi is perfect for history enthusiasts, culture lovers, and curious travelers eager to delve into the captivating stories that shaped this ancient port city. Whether you're a solo adventurer, a couple, or a small group of friends, this experience offers an intimate and personalized way to explore Brindisi's hidden gems. The tour is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, making it accessible to everyone.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in Brindisi's magical atmosphere as you follow in the footsteps of the Romans and uncover the city's historical wonders. This private walking tour offers a unique opportunity to explore Brindisi's rich heritage in the company of a knowledgeable guide who will share fascinating insights and stories. You'll have the chance to see iconic landmarks, such as the Roman Columns and the Verdi Theater, while also discovering hidden gems like the inner port and the San Giovanni Temple. This tour is designed to provide an immersive experience, allowing you to connect with the city's past and gain a deeper understanding of its significance.

Good to know

Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress according to the weather conditions. The tour will take approximately 2 hours, and there will be regular breaks to rest and take photos. It is recommended to bring a water bottle and sunscreen, especially during the summer months. The private nature of this tour provides a more intimate experience, allowing you to interact with your guide and ask questions along the way. Prepare to be captivated by the beauty and history of Brindisi on this unforgettable private walking tour.

Reviews

Previous visitors have praised this private walking tour of Brindisi for its informative and engaging nature. They have appreciated the expertise of the guides, who have brought the city's history to life through captivating storytelling. Many review highlights include the stunning Roman Columns, the idyllic inner port, and the cultural significance of the Verdi Theater. Visitors have expressed their satisfaction with the personalized experience and the opportunity to explore Brindisi's hidden treasures. Overall, those who have embarked on this private walking tour have left with a newfound appreciation for Brindisi's historical significance and charm.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Colonne Terminali della Via Appia

The itinerary starts, therefore, from a walk on the inner port, whose shape recalls the head of a deer

Museo Archeologico Provinciale Francesco Ribezzo

Other stages of the tour will be the eighteenth-century Piazza Duomo overlooked by the Seminary, the Provincial Archaeological Museum, the Loggia Balsamo.

Tempio di San Giovanni al Sepolcro

The tour continues with a visit to the Temple of San Giovanni al Sepolcro, particularly for its circular shape. €3.50

Admission Included

Area Archeologica di San Pietro degli Schiavoni

The Verdi Theatre, the cultural heart of the city, is "suspended" on the vast archaeological area of San Pietro degli Schiavoni and dialogues with the seventeenth-century Palazzo Granafei-Nervegna, keeper of the imposing original capital of the Roman column.

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