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Is a town and comune of Apulia, in southern Italy. It is located on one of the hills of the Murge plateau in the Metropolitan City of Bari, 45 kilometres southwest of Bari, close to the border with Basilicata. As of 2017, its population amounts to 70,595 inhabitants.

The city is known for its particular quality of bread called Pane di Altamura, which is sold in numerous other Italian cities. The 130,000-year-old calcified Altamura Man was discovered in 1993 in the nearby limestone cave called grotta di Lamalunga. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Via Flaminia to Piazza Camillo Benso di Cavour
Approximately 2.48 km – 1.54 miles

 The walk starts in Via Flaminia – Via Guglielmo Marconi – Via XXIX Settembre – Via dell’Appannaggio – Piazza della Repubblica – Largo Sacramento – Parrocchia Del Sacramento, Piazza J. F. Kennedy – Via Enrico Cialdini – Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Giacomo Leopardi – Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza Roma – Fontana del Calamo, Piazza Roma – Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Castelfidardo – Giardino Pubblico Piazza Stamira – Via Palestro – walk back to Corso Giuseppe Garibald – Piazza Camillo Benso di Cavour

Useful Links

Tourist Information
Altamura  – Official Site


Nearest Airports
Bari Karol Wojtyla Airport 39 km away –
Brendisi Airport 119 km away –
Salerno Costa d’Amalfi Airport 140 km away –