Discover the city​:

Boutique hotel in the heart of Barletta

Discover the city:

Boutique hotel
in the heart of Barletta

Boutique hotel Liddo is strategically located in the heart of Barletta’s city centre. It is easily accessible by train and it’s only 7 kilometres away from the A14 motorway.
Places of interest in Barletta’s city centre, such as the Svevo Castle, the Cathedral, De Nittis art gallery, Cantina della Sfida, the Colosso statue, are to be found within walking distance from the Boutique hotel. Shops and boutiques, exquisite Apulian cuisine restaurants, nightlife bars are also in close proximity to the Boutique hotel.

In addition, the Boutique hotel is only 30 kilometres away from Castel del Monte, 10 kilometres from Trani and its beautiful Cathedral, 25 kilometres from the archaeological site of Canosa di Puglia, 20 km from the amusement park Miragica in Molfetta, 50 kilometres from the city of Bari to the south, and the beaches of Gargano to the north.

Boutique hotel Liddo is the only accommodation in the city centre offering ample parking with video surveillance.

What to visit

Barletta is famous both for its history and the leisure activities it offers.
During a summer day, the beach is your goal. Whether you just wish to relax and sunbathe (pack your sunscreen!) or you are more active and wish to practice water sports (kite surf, snorkel), Barletta has something for you.

Barletta’s nightlife has plenty to offer too: the city centre is lively with bars, restaurants and even the beach lidos turn into nightclubs.

What to eat

This is also a journey to discover the Apulian’s traditional cuisine: each area of the region brings different fruits of the land. Turnip greens, lampascioni (wild onions), cardoncelli mushrooms are a must of the autumn-winter season; asparagus, wild rocket, wild chicory and cherry tomatoes are the protagonists of the spring-summer season.

The dairy products of this province are Italy’s best. You cannot miss the burrata di Andria, a creamy and tasty mozzarella you will not forget.
To be added on your “to taste list” are all the fresh sea food and fish; all the baked and pastry goods: sweet taralli, almond pastry and Andria’s typical almond confetti.

Not just food: Barletta’s area is also renowned for its DOC wines, such as Rosso Barletta, Castel del Monte, Moscato di Trani and Nero di Troia.

Burrata