Guides Trani

Trani, guided walking tours with local guides.

You can visit the Queen of the cathedrals of Puglia, which is reflected in water, dedicated to St. Nicolas the Pilgrim and considered a fine example of Romanesque; the Diocesan Museum, and the nearby Castle built by Emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen at the sea in 1233 and finalized in 1249, you will continue for a walk along the harbor and through the Jewish quarter (with its synagogues). The “Scolanova Synagogue” of the thirteenth century was a landmark of the Jewish quarter.

Visit a famous local cellar known for the production of the sweet wine “Moscato di Trani”. Only 18 km, in the very near Andria, the town is renowned to be the hometown to the famous burrata (made from mozzarella and cream) is also a Museum of Confetto. In Confectionery Mucci (active since 1894) annexed to the Museum, you can enjoy over 200 types of various flavors and confetti colors.

Duration: 2,5 hrs Classical tour Entrance Fee: Meeting point: Piazza Gradenigo Other languages: Italian, French, Spanish.