There are several ways you can get to Puglia, as the region is well covered by the national Railway service and served by three airports and two main ports. Check the sections below on the various ways to get and move around the region, as they provide detailed information and links to useful resources.
Don’t forget that Puglia is a pretty long region and crossing it would take you from five to six hours. If you are planning on visiting only the main cities, the easier way to move around is with the train, as all the main stations are conveniently located in the city centre and the price of the ticket is pretty affordable. However, if you wish to extend your visit to the small villages and spend some days in the countryside, the best way for you to get there is by car or bus. Note that not all the small villages are covered by bus therefore make sure to check out bus schedules ahead of time.
If you are considering flying to Puglia there are three main airports in the region. Brindisi and Bari airports are the most efficient and run international flights regularly. Additional details are provided in this sections as well as information on the airports websites for more details on live flights. International Airport of Bari… read more
The national Railway service covers pretty well all the region therefore trains might be an easy way to get and move around Puglia. The Adriatic railway connects Bologna to Lecce and Taranto and also stops to Foggia and Bari. The railway between Rome and Taranto also stops in Bari and Naples… read more
Travelling by bus can be a good and cheaper alternative to trains and a fantastic opportunity to see numerous places in once. Buses normally stop also to smaller cities and the local companies provide regular services within and from Puglia. If you want to get more information on routes, prices and timetables… read more
Travelling around the region could be a very exciting experience. The countryside and the coastline are lovely unspoiled areas that can probably be discovered only if travelling by car. Puglia has a good road network and clear international signs system. We recommend travelling on the Autostrada… read more
Puglia has several ports along its coast but only those in Bari and Brindisi are used for tourism connections. The port in Bari has daily connections to Durazzo in Albania, Antivari in Montenegro and to Corfù, Igoumenitsa and Patrasso in Greece. The port in Brindisi has daily connections to Valona in Albania… read more