Bari Flights GuideBari is an Italian city along the Adriatic Sea in southern Italy. Some of Bari's attractions are Basilica di San Nicola, Castello Svevo, Museo del Succorpo della Cattedrale, Cathedral, Piazza Mercantile, Museo Nicolaiano, Colonna della Giustizia.
You can fly nonstop from Bari to Rome, Venice, Milan, Pisa, Turin, Bologna, Catania, and Genoa.
You can take the train or drive from Bari to Florence. Bari is a 3.5-hour drive to the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento, a 2.5-hour drive to Naples, a 4-hour drive to Positano, and a 3-hour drive to Pompeii. Capri is a 5-hour drive and ferry ride from Bari.
Bari has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters. June to August are the hottest and least humid months of the year with average highs in the low 80s. But the evenings are slightly cooler with average lows in the 60s. Winters are cool with average highs in the mid 50s and average lows in the 40s. Rainfall falls rather evenly throughout the year but November is the wettest month of the year and June is the driest.The best time to visit Bari is in May and June when the days are hot but the nights are cool. May is also when the Festival of the Translation of the Relics occur.
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