Italy’s gateway to the east, Brindisi is both a short stop for many travellers on their way to other destinations and a tourism hub in its own right. The city boasts a rich history as the starting point for epic journeys across the eastern world – including that of explorers from the Roman Empire and the crusaders of Medieval Europe.
Weather in Brindisi is typical for the Adriatic, with highs of 29°C in July and lows of 7°C in January, so you can almost guarantee blue skies in the summer months. With modern conveniences and lots of local attractions, Brindisi is well-worth your time whether you’re making a quick stopover or spending a few weeks in the historic port.
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