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Like in many other destinations, the Irish have also found their way to Bari. This place is famous for its hospitality and warm ambience, as well as for the quality of the drinks, making it an excellent place to stop by for a beer after a long day of sightseeing.
Bars & Nightlife
Aperitivo venues tend to open late, at around 8/9 pm, because in Bari people usually have dinner around 9 pm, and if you arrive earlier you'll probably find a lot of empty seats. People generally eat outside because it’s almost never cold and they like to chill out and chat in Piazza del Ferrarese or along the old walls. They also enjoy visiting the small villages by the sea, such as Trani, Poliniano a Mare, Molfetta, and Bisceglie, for a walk and a drink.