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  2. Apulia
  3. Trani

Private Trani Walking Tour with Moscato Wine Tasting

Product ID: 143535
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Discover the medieval town of Trani, famous for its white stone cathedral of the sea, its castle and the medieval Jewish quarter. One of the most important and beautiful towns of southern Italy.
About this activity
Duration 3 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Live the experience of discovering a beautiful medieval town, its art and the beautiful white cathedral on the sea, the most beautiful of Apulia
  • Explore the medieval castle on the sea in the ancient heart of the medieval town
  • Taste typical Moscato wine
Full description
Discover the beautiful medieval town of Trani, a city of art, known for its medieval monuments and its 19th-century buildings. Discover the old town, starting with a visit to the medieval castle built by Emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen in 1233 on the Adriatic Sea.

The tour continues with a visit to the magnificent Cathedral of Trani, the most beautiful cathedral in the Romanesque style of Puglia, built in honor of St. Nicholas the Pilgrim, the patron saint of the city. After seeing the beauty of the cathedral, the tour continues in the medieval Jewish quarter, built entirely of white stone, and you will visit the outside two synagogues along the way - Scolanova and Scola Grande.  The tour ends with Moscato wine tasting and a lovely walk along the yacht harbor.
Includes
  • Licensed guide
  • Moscato wine tasting
What’s Not Included
  • Ticket medieval Castle (€3 - optional visit)
  • Ticket entry Museum of Jewish Art in the Scola Grande Synagogue (€3 - optional visit)

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Meeting point

Meeting point with the guide: Piazza Re Manfredi (next to the entrance of the medieval castle)

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