Brindisi is a city in the region of Apulia, in Southern Italy. Historically, it played a crucial role in culture and trade, due to its strategic position and its natural port. In your tour of Brindisi, you will see the Roman columns, the symbol of the town and end of the Appian Way which is the first and most famous of the ancient Roman roads. Today Brindisi is an underestimated destination, highly recommended for the beautiful harbor view, the local market and… relaxation!
Also known as the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, it is a circular structure built at the end of the 11th century by the Normans. The interior is in the shape of a horseshoe with eight columns.
This is a Renaissance and elegant building which was owned first by the Granafei family and later by the Nervegna family. The most particular thing of this palace in white marble is a big capital which belongs to one of the Roman columns.
Located in the heart of the old town it is the main religious building in Brindisi, built in Romanesque style in the 11th century. The front of the church contains several stone statues. The side chapel contains the relics of Saint Theodore.