Trani and olive oli tasting
- Code: Tour64
- Meeting time: from 08:00 to 09:30
- Duration: 7 hours
TRANI & OLIVE OIL TASTING Meet and Greet your private Italy limousinedriver at the port he will meet you holding up your name on a board and then drive about an hour's to the small harbour town of Trani where you will spend free time visiting the village , Trani has a long history which dates back to the 9th Century , making you away through the town you will find a lot of evidence of the past story , your first stop you will see the Svevo Castle a fortified building which looks over the sea , leaving you time to explore the grounds after your driver will go onto the site where the cathedral of San Nicola Pellegrino built in honor of him .
Then your driver will join you and take you for some olive oil tasting remember that the Region of Puglia has a large expert of Olive oil and the rich dry climate and the rains during the spring help the cultivation to some of the best in the world.+ Read all +
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