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A nice place to walk around and have a drink

Very pleasant place to walk around.At this time of year very few tourists.We walked through the... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2017
MIlton Keynes
via mobile
Worn out, peaceful, impressive

Most of the historical cities of Puglia are overcrowded in August. In Manduria the scenery is... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
Tamer H
Bolu, Turkey
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  • Average17%
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3 Mar 2018
“Fascinating ancient history in this part of Italy which originated as Mesapica--it wasn't originally a part of Italy.”
30 May 2017
“A nice place to walk around and have a drink”
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Via Marco Gatti, 74024, Manduria, Italy
+39 329 181 8069
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Reviewed 3 March 2018

Walk through the cobblestoned streets of Manduria with it's fasionable down-town area and ancient history.

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Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

Very pleasant place to walk around.At this time of year very few tourists.We walked through the park,the jewish quarter,and visited some churches one of which had a wedding going on. Very different looking piece of art just off the park,made with ceramic art! A Marmite...More

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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Most of the historical cities of Puglia are overcrowded in August. In Manduria the scenery is rather peaceful. The historical center is quite big with lots of impressive pallazzi and churches. If you see the sign of Manduria I advise to stop by and stroll...More

Thank Tamer H
Reviewed 6 May 2016

We drove thru Manduria on the way to Taranto. At first sight the city center appeared interesting but it is relatively small and after an hour or so all the excitement was gone. A special effort to see it would be unwarranted.

Thank Ron S
Reviewed 10 April 2016

We've driven through Manduria lots of times to get to the beach. Like several towns the outskirts are not the most beautiful. However, it is definitely worth a stop to explore the charming historical centre. There is some fantastic architecture tucked away in the back...More

Thank Ian A
Reviewed 26 October 2015

We arrived midday as a stop over on a bicycle tour of Puglia. Like a lot of places in Puglia, it is very rare to see people in the middle of the day, we walked around the empty streets of the historic center and it...More

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