The Puglia region of Italy is not short of beautiful travel destinations and Brindisi fits the bill. Facing the Adriatic Sea, the port is an inviting introduction to the city while the city centre is home to various interesting historic and religious monuments, the most popular being the Santa Maria del Casale and the Pontificia Basilica Cattedrale. However, if you are looking to escape the crowds, the Azzurro beach is just a short hop away on the bus or slightly more inland sits the Parco Urbano del Cillarese, a nearby beauty spot popular among locals for a stroll in nature. Like Italy in general, food plays an important role in the Brindisi culture and the city has many spots for trying the delicious regional cuisine, be this oven-baked pizza at one of the many restaurants or fresh produce picked up from a local market.
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