Brindisi is an Italian city, located in the 'heel' of the country in the region of Apulia. It is the capital of the province of Brindisi and has about 100,000 inhabitants. Although it is an ancient city, nowadays it also functions as a major port with connections to the southeastern part of Europe.
From the Brindisi Travel Guide
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We are very pleased with the stay. The reality surpassed our expectations and the rather inadequate Internet description. The 'room' is indeed like a self catering apartment:) with all the necessary facilities yet the name B&B is a small exaggeration since every other morning you must provide for breakfast on your own - still good value for money. ... more
While the proprietor is a very friendly and helpful man and the hotel is absolutely clean, the facilities are very minimal. Shower had a mere trickle, and the only way to keep the mosquitoes out was by lowering the roll-down shutter keeping out fresh air as well. ... more
Tricky question i know but any suggestions on how to get from Brindisi to Gallipoli at around nine-thirty at night? Any suggestions as usual will be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Denis ...
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The cheapest way no doubt would be to take a ferry. As an alternative, airsealines.com offers flights between Kerkyra and Brindisi; you could take a train from there. Afaik, they're the only company directly servicing Italy. ...
Tuesday June 12th We pulled into the port of brindisi ahead of schedule, i looked out our window to see we were right alongside an office block. As this is an unscheduled stop due to the port ...
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