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Puglia Village

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Via dei Portuali, 12 Zona Calderina, 70056 Molfetta Italy
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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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Bandit-One wrote a review Dec 2020
Lucerne, Switzerland5 935 contributions813 helpful votes
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After a long drive coming from the south (and an accident on the SS101) we needed a break. From the Autostrada, this mall here is easy to get to and easy to find. Countless parking lots very close to the entrance. Many trees, try to find a spot under the shade. It can get really hot in summer. There is a good number of shops. Most well-known brands have a branch here. We didn't visit them all, but focused on Guess and the Levi's Store. Outlets are always a bit hit'n'miss. Depending on sale, season, availability...and luck. And luck was on our side this time. Due to Corona the mall had only few visitors and lots of great items were still on sale. Bought some wallets, a women's bag and a Men's Jacket in Guess (Jacket only 40 Euros). Some pants, another mens' jacket (another 40 Euros) and some baseball caps in the Levi's store. Really liked the stuff they had here. Checked out some other shops as well. Lots of good stuff, low prices. Not sure because of summer sale or because of Corona. But we enjoyed our shopping here. Clean bathrooms, a nice and light setting of the whole mall and some food options. Even though the lunch options aren't great. Some easy, affordable chain restaurant is missing for me. All in all a great shopping experience. We'll be back whenever we're around the area.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Katarina B wrote a review Nov 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Really nice experience...a large selection...the quality and price range is honest. I went for the Black Friday period and got a great discounts
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Franktotravel wrote a review Apr 2018
The Hague, The Netherlands286 contributions21 helpful votes
We were a bit scared by the negative comments but we found it a very nice place. Clean and a nice variety of big names. Sure a few places were closed but you see that in every outlet you visit. We received a small momento when we took our 10% off card. It was quite hard to reach, I would suggest a rental car or otherwise take a taxi from Molfetta station. The commute from Bari to Molfetta by train is real easy and real cheap € 1,80.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Christine Tabone Forte wrote a review Dec 2017
Malta393 contributions89 helpful votes
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A lovely environment and a high quality shopping experience with real discounted prices on designer labels. You get the Best for much less than the usual retail prices.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Paul M wrote a review Sep 2017
Brussels, Belgium156 contributions44 helpful votes
spent about half a day in the outlet in august its near the motorway exit but the signage is minimal and its easy to miss a turn off sorry to say that its a outlet in great decline about 25 pct of the area is closed off and of the rest the occupancy is about 75 pct there are some interesting shops eg nike and adidas and some other shops but the prices were not amazingly low there are some decent restaurants in the center we ate 2 good meals for 22 eur we arrived at about 10.30 and we were alone during the 3 hrs only about 100 other persons arrived i dont see how they can survive at that rate i guess the location is too far away from a major city to attract enough passing clients
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Date of experience: August 2017
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