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Private guided tour in Molfetta - Puglia
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Private guided tour in Molfetta - Puglia

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Private guided tour in Molfetta in the company of an experienced tour guide who will show you the most characteristic corners of Molfetta with the Duomo, the alleys surrounded by stone houses and the charming promenade
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Lea R wrote a review Apr 2019
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico48 contributions23 helpful votes
We love this little town by the sea. You can walk everywhere. The buildings in old town date from 12th century. People are friendly, food is great, having had the best puzza yet, and accomodation was right on the water. A true Italian experience without any tourist rush.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Laura C wrote a review Sep 2018
Beverley, United Kingdom12 contributions4 helpful votes
No one speaks English, the menus are all in Italian, the architecture is sublime and overall Molfetta is 'true'
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Lorraine S wrote a review Apr 2017
County Dublin, Ireland837 contributions103 helpful votes
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So, if you ask Italians, they'll ask 'why are you going to Molfetta?!' with an incredulous look ok their face. Even if they're from there! We went with my husbands parents, and his mother's parents are from Molfettla (which was the first stop in a 'this is where you came from tour' of Italy.) I didn't go with any expectations, I just wanted sunshine! I was very pleasantly surprised! Granted, there isn't a whole lot to see as far as well known tourist areas, and it is a little harbor town compared to some. But I think that's what made it so nice. I loved the whitewashed buildings with the green shutters. It made the place very picturesque. The little streets are easy to get lost in and easy enough to find your way out. The central church is a stunner! And the harbor itself is very beautiful. Lovely to spend an evening strolling along and looking at the fresh catch from the fishing boats at the end of the day. The locals sit outside in the evening and catch up with each other while little ones run around. The only downside, but I wouldn't mark a star off for it, is the beach. It really isn't one. It's just a small patch of sand behind a retaining wall. The water didn't seem bad, but didn't seem that all clear. The locals swim anyway, and you can jump off the rocks. There's a wall where you can walk or lay out and look at the ocean beyond. If you want a beach, you're better off somewhere else, buy Molfetta is a lovely place to spend a few days and unwind. We were 4 days there and drove to a few other places, so it's a good base point, but make sure to spend some time there, walking around, eating fresh seafood.....
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Domenic b wrote a review Nov 2016
Perth, Australia70 contributions7 helpful votes
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We stayed in molfetta in September for 3 weeks , it's a quiet little fishing town that oozes the Italian lifestyle. It's very cheap to go out and eat & drink in molfetta, from amazing seafood dishes from 12 euro to 4 euro cocktails. We loved that it wasn't very touristy therefore we were immersed in the real Italian lifestyle , from afternoon siesta's to late dinners, fresh food and friendly people . Just outside of Bari for a relaxing and cultural stay
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Date of experience: September 2016
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MrRob666 wrote a review Sep 2016
Nerja, Spain104 contributions13 helpful votes
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Stayed here as we were flying home late the next day, it's close to the airport and we found a room with a balcony overlooking the port. Its a lot bigger than I thought and has a long shopping street. The old town is typical of the area and the place feels laid back without loads of tourists. There were not many restaurants that served sea food, maybe we were looking in the wrong places. We did see a couple though. This is a real working town rather than a tourist trap so maybe thats why. Definately worth a visit though. Free parking in places around the port too.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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