Connections and Transports
The city of Bari overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is easily accessible, both from Italy and the rest of Europe, by plane, but also by land.
Karol Wojtyła's airport
Getting to the city of Bari by plane has never been easier thanks to the high functionality of Bari-Palese Karol Wojtyła's airport. You can reach Bari from the airports of Milan Linate, Bergamo, Rome Fiumicino, Catania, Venice-Tessera, Pisa, Turin-Caselle, Bologna, Verona and Treviso in less than 2 hours of flight time. To fly from the capital to Bari, It takes just an hour with flights operated by Alitalia, Ryanair and EasyJet.
Railways and Underground
The city is connected with all other major cities thanks to its rail network. With Frecciargento, Frecciabianca e Frecciarossa trains Rome and Milan are even closer to Bari. From the Capital you arrive in less than 4 hours.
To reach the city by car, you can take the A14 and A16 motorways, which connect Bari with Bologna and Naples to the north and with Taranto to the south, respectively.