Territory

Immersed in the heart of the historic center of Trani, the B&B and Vacation Home Casa Romito allows you to reach on foot, in a few minutes, the Cathedral, the Swabian Castle, the marina, and the city center, passing through medieval streets and alleys.

Trani

Let us guide you to discover our city.

Trani is a perfect destination for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the beauty, history, and culture of Puglia, while enjoying enchanting beaches, delicious food, and a welcoming and lively atmosphere.

One of the most iconic places is the Cathedral Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta. This church perfectly embodies the simplicity and beauty of Trani. You cannot miss a visit to the Swabian Castle, built by Frederick II in the 13th century. Near the port, you will find some monumental palaces including Palazzo Covelli, which is definitely worth a visit.

Just a few steps from Casa Romito, we find Palazzo Beltrani, a historic palace in the ancient village of the city. It is currently defined as a “multi-functional museum”, hosting works by local and Southern artists, as well as exhibitions and spontaneous events.

If you want to relax, the municipal villa is the ideal place for a pleasant stroll. An evocative experience is the Jewish quarter, where once stood four synagogues converted into churches in the 16th century.
And of course, you cannot visit Trani without tasting the delicious local specialties. It is a quiet city that, even in summer, offers the perfect combination of sea and entertainment.

While you enjoy your stay in Trani, we take the opportunity to recommend some of the wonderful cities and attractions nearby that could further enrich your experience in Puglia.

If you have a few extra days, we recommend visiting one of these wonderful locations:

Andria

Just 15 kilometers from Trani, Andria is a gem of Puglia. Here you can visit the majestic Castel del Monte, an impressive testimony of the era of Emperor Frederick II of Swabia. The castle, with its unique octagonal structure, is a true architectural masterpiece that will leave you breathless.

Bisceglie

Located about 10 kilometers from Trani, Bisceglie offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in prehistory with the Grottoes of Santa Croce and the Dolmens of Chianca. These ancient funerary constructions are a real journey through time, perfect for history and adventure lovers.

Barletta

Just 18 kilometers from Trani, Barletta is a city rich in history and charm. You can stroll through its medieval streets and visit monuments such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore and the famous Colossus of Barletta. And don't forget to make a stop at the Disfida winery, the legendary site of the duel between Italians and French.

Bari

Located about 45 kilometers from Trani, Bari is a city that will surprise you with its beauty and history. You can visit the Cathedral, the Basilica of San Nicola, and take a stroll along the Imperatore Augusto promenade. Don't miss the opportunity to go shopping on Via Sparano, one of the city's most famous shopping streets.

Polignano a Mare

Just 90 kilometers from Trani, Polignano a Mare is a true paradise on the coast. With its cliffs overlooking the sea and its hidden coves, it is the ideal place for a day of relaxation and fun. Don't forget to visit the picturesque old town and the Palazzo del Feudatario, which offer breathtaking views and enchanting atmospheres.

Monopoli

Located about 100 kilometers from Trani, Monopoli will surprise you with its crypts and its rock-hewn cult villages. Don't miss the Carlo V Castle and the rock-hewn church of San Nicola de Pinna, witnesses of the history and beauty of this fascinating city.

Valle d'Itria

Less than an hour and a half away from Trani, the Itria Valley will amaze you with its breathtaking landscapes and characteristic villages. From Alberobello to Locorotondo, from Martina Franca to Cisternino, each place has something special to offer, from the Castellana caves to the beaches of Fasano.

Matera

Just over an hour's drive from Trani, Matera will captivate you with its Sassi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its houses carved into the rock and its rock churches, it is a magical and fascinating place that will transport you back in time.