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Vieste and Manfredonia tour, to discover the “door” of the Gargano and its “pearl”.
Vieste and Manfredonia begin with the “door” to Gargano, that is Manfredonia. But on the way, we stops at the Romanesque Churches of San Leonardo and Santa Maria of Siponto (both approximately a thousand years old) because they are a must for their historic and architectonic importance.
After Manfredonia, we will go in Vieste, an important hopping touristic hub in Gargano: the sea here is, in a word, unforgettable, its waves lapping between two long, white-sand beaches. A rocky promontory dominates above the sea, topped by a borgo wich is a labyrinth of tortuous stairways, winding streets and alleys, and white edifices and arches.
|DURATION OF THE TOUR||9 ore|
|MEETING TIME||to be agree|
|MEETING POINT||to be agree|
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My name is Anna Maria Minutilli, I am touristic guide and a Fine Art professorin the south of Italy and I live in Trani (Apulia). I have founded a travel agency, because since years I worked for Unesco in the organization of cultural. archaeological and educational tours in the South of Italy, in particular way Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata, Abruzzo and Molise for foreign guests (german, russian, american, french. etc,) Particulars programs for jewish tours are offered.
If you want, you can visit my internet site: www.lafrecciadiodisseotour.it.
|Città||Manfredonia, Puglia, Vieste|
|Language||English, French, German, Italiano|
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