Ancient Brundisium – One of the Most Important Cities in Apulia
The buildings in the historical centre narrate the magnificence of Brundisium during Roman times. The Appian Way ended in Brindisi, which was a major port for trade. During the Middle Ages, it underwent countless transformations.
Seafront, Roman columns and Square,the Virgil Stairs, “F. Ribezzo” Archaeological Museum, Portico of the Templars, the Cathedral, the Church of San Giovanni al Sepulchre, Nervegna Palace, which houses ornate capital which used to sit atop one of the Roman columns and Saint Pietro of Schiavoni Archaeological Area.