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.
Day - 15
Again I got up too late and missed the bus to Saranda. But there was a midday bus to Vlora, so I took it. Vlora is a costal city, the second largest port of Shqiperia. It is the closest port to Italy and there are ferries between Vlora and Brindisi. It is also a beach holidays place. In the summer many groups from ...
Posted in My trip to the west Balkan countries2008 by sapan
1986 - Europe by double decker bus (Part 2 - France & Italy)
there we drove to Metaponto on way to Brindisi (ferry to Greece). Nice beach by camp site, but lots of mosquitoes and a couple of snakes. Wednesday 21 May - A lazy morning and an afternoon arrival in Brindisi. A 10:00 pm sailing from Brindisi to Corfu. We slept on deck as night was warm, but a bit uncomfortable ...
Posted in Glynn's travel blog by nzhamsta
11 hours to Brindisi. The only bonus to that long day was the view of the sun rising over beautiful Venice - something we would never have seen if we didn't have to catch such an early train. In Brindisi ...
Posted in Yens on Tour by Yenville