Brindisi
Brindisi
Brindisi The Essential
This trading and naval port has a daily ferry service to Greece. Not surprisingly, Greece has played a major role in the history of Brindisi: the city's name derives from the Greek word brenteséion ("stag head"). Once a port of embarkation for crusaders travelling to the Holy Land, Brindisi, along with Taranto and Bari, now forms part of the industrial "triangle" of southern Italy.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brindisi
S. Maria del Casale (Saint-Mary of Casale Church)
S. Maria del Casale (Saint-Mary of Casale Church)
It was Phillipe d'Anjou and his wife
15 minutes
S. Giovanni al Sepolcro
S. Giovanni al Sepolcro
Built in the 11C this the Church of the
15 minutes
Piazza Duomo (Place du Cathedral)
Piazza Duomo (Place du Cathedral)
There are many tourist attractions
15 minutes
S. Benedetto Church
S. Benedetto Church
This church has a very simple interior,
15 minutes
S. Lucia (Chapelle Sainte Lucie)
S. Lucia (Chapelle Sainte Lucie)
This Romanesque church preserves
15 minutes