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Palese, Serviced By Europcar, Bari, 70128 (Italy)
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Hertz Bari Airport Car Hire

With a car, you can discover the Italian city of Bari in the southeast of the country and enjoy the southern atmosphere and the many attractions of the city. About 320,000 inhabitants in Bari live as capital of the region of Apulia. Located directly on the Adriatic Sea, the port city, especially in the area of the ferry services occupies a significant role. Connections are regularly from here after Corfu, Patras, Durres and Dubrovnik. Bari is also a renowned University which is one of the largest universities in Italy with approximately 70,000 students. If you want to explore the city and its surroundings with a rental car, numerous car hire agencies available are on the ground.

Rent a car at the airport of Bari

The airport of Bari Aeroporto di Bari-Palese Karol Wojtyla offers on arrival directly on the ground the service of your selected car hire companies, so that you easily can rent a car is on your website. The airport was named after the Pope John Paul II. late in the year 2005 and is located approximately five miles northwest of Bari. Every year are handled 2.4 million passengers, after a major reconstruction, this number is growing but each year. Flights to cities such as Tirana, London, Brussels and Bucharest are offered in addition to regular connections to destinations in Italy and Germany.

The history of the city

The first traces in the region, where Bari is today, that indicate there built settlements was found about 4,000 years ago. In the third century BC, Greek settlers conquered the area and gave the name Barion the slowly emerging city. Finally, the Romans had conquered the city, Bari gained a certain importance and received the right to set its own laws and a currency. After the occupation by the Saracens, Bari again came into the possession of the Byzantine Empire, which was one of the Byzantium in Italy up to the year 1071 to last possession.

Sights in Bari

The city view of Baris is characterised by a variety of old historic buildings and beautiful Kathedralbauten are preserved until today for the most part. One of the most famous cathedrals is the Cathedral of San Sabino. The Church was built in 1170-1178 and is a Basilica with three ships and uniquely designed and decorated interiors. North of the Cathedral lies the sanctuary of San Nicola. It was built between 1087 until 1196 and is the founding building of the Carrassi Romanesque style era.

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