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Do you wish to tour Brindisi, but have no idea how to get there from the airport? No worries, Green Path Transfers will be there to cater to your airport transfer needs. But first, a brief introduction of the city is warranted.
Brindisi is situated within the Apulia region of Italy. It has a land area of three hundred twenty-eight square kilometers and a population of approximately ninety thousand. It is a historically significant site due to its strategic location, with respect to the Italian Peninsula and the Adriatic Sea. Main sources of income in Brindisi are agriculture, as well as energy production. A large proportion of the non-Italian population is Albanian, and the predominant religion in the city is Roman Catholicism.
Places to see in Brindisi include Castello Svevo, which is a castle built in the thirteenth century. Historically, it served as a penitentiary in 1813 and was also used by the Italian Navy in 1909. A twelfth-century church, called the Duomo, is also a popular tourist attraction. There are a multitude of churches that are centuries old in this city, such as the Church of Santa Maria del Casale, the Church of San Benedetto, the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, and the Church of San Giovanni al Sepolcro. Natural attractions include the Regional Natural Park of Punta della Contessa Salt, the Regional Nature Reserve Forest Cerano, and the Marine Nature Reserve Guaceto Tower. Environmental protection laws preserve all these areas. There is a Provincial Library that contains around a hundred thousand books. There is also the University of Salento and the University of Bari, their most notable educational institutions. Their Giovanni Tarantini Diocesan Museum is said to house the remains of San Teodoro.
Brindisi Airport Guide
The airport is named Papola-Casale Airport. It is situated just about 6 kilometers from the town center and 35 kilometers from Lecce. By boarding one of the buses or shuttle services from the city proper, you can reach the airport in less than an hour. For some, it may be just a station for aircrafts to park and visitors to stop over but for the natives of Brindisi, it’s a special place – one that commemorates a civil war hero.
Various airlines travel through this airport en route to different destinations: Air One to Milano and Venezia; Alitalia to Milano and Roma; Air Berlin to Colonia, Monaco di Baviera, Zurigo, and Norimberga; Easy Jet to Milano and Parigi; Easy Jet Switzerland to Ginerva; Volotea to Venezia, Cagiliari; to Ryan Air to Bologna, Bergamo, Bruxelles, Girona, Eindhoven, Londra, Parigi, Beauvais, Roma, Pisa, Stoccolma, Torino, Verona, and Treviso; and Jet Airfly to Bruxelles; to Helvetica Airways to Zurigo and Berna.
The facilities of the Brindisi Airport include: VIP lounge, restrooms, periodicals booth, Customer Service Station, and cafeteria. The airport is open from 6:00 am to 12 midnight. There are also various shopping centers nearby namely: Centro Commerciale Le Colonne, Baby Bazaar Brindisi, Mokasol, BeviMinnuta di Virginia Francot, and Home Sweet Home di Cosimo Todisco. There are also restaurants and pubs nearby such as: Brazerie Escosazio, Bar Betty, Ristorante Marco Aurelio, John Martin’s Pub Brindisi, and Carpe Diem Bruschetteria Pizzeria
Aeroporto del Salento is one of the finest of its class in Italy. It has its own facilities but there are also various establishments that are just a stone’s throw away from its location. The entire arrangement of the aerodrome is something the country has to be proud of. As tourists claim, lounging at the place is as comfortable as being in their homes. It’s complete with all the amenities they need and is well-maintained with round the clock security. Although the Brindisi airport is not available for public use for 24 hours, it’s still what the majority prefers. It’s small yet is enough to accommodate them.