A modern and efficient network of roads, railways and ferries allows you to reach Puglia whatever your departure point.
Choose the best means of transportation to reach your destination.
International airports of Bari and Brindisi offer flights to the main international hubs, with layovers in Rome, Milan and other Italian main airports.
A dedicated bus service, Pugliairbus, operates throughout the region, connecting all Puglia airports with the main cities.
From airport of Bari we can book a Taxi for you at only 60 euro one way to the Masseria Montepaolo
Puglia is well connected with the rest of the Italian peninsula by an efficient road network. For those coming from the north, you can reach main Puglia cities driving along the Adriatic coastline (A14 motorway Bologna – Taranto), or if you are coming from Rome, taking the A1 motorway to Naples and A16 to Canosa di Puglia.From south you can reach Puglia through the A3 motorway Salerno Reggio-Calabria to bari and the 106 Jonica to Taranto.For further informations visit the website (www.stradeanas.it).
Puglia is served by the main railway artery of the country. The high-speed rail Frecce di Trenitalia connects Bari and Foggia to the main Italian cities with an efficient daily service. For further information visit the National Railways website (www.trenitalia.it). From bari airport you can take metro and reach easily railroad stationa to which you can take train to Conversano.
Ferrovie del Sud Est, the main public railway operator in Puglia, connects Bari and large part of its provinces with Brindisi, Lecce and Taranto.Further informations at (www.fseonline.it).
If you want to reach Puglia by boat, the coast towns from Vieste to Taranto offer mooring facilities and hospitality to seafarers. The ports of Bari andBrindisi, popular stopovers for cruise ships, provide services for both watercrafts and crews.