“Stam Street” is a typical phrasal verb from Bari’s dialect which refers to a narrow and tiny place or street. That put out in our mind typical cunicoli and streets of Bari old town, beloved area of local and tourists and cultural and gastronomic heritage site.
Get yourself lost in Bari vecchia tunnels.
Women of Old Tow – became over the past years a city wine and food tradition symbols – you can prepare our famous orecchiette alle cime di rapa, following every step from mixing to baking. We’ll show you how this main course is made and will reveal some secrets: which kind of flour use, how realize typical ear shape on the mix, and how to choose high quality vegetables and ingredients.
We’ll tell you about the backstory behind this historical recip that in Bari has a unique taste.
Enjoy a unique and authentic experience in the heart of Tavoliere delle Puglie. Once you arrive at a famous Puglia winery you’ll get all is necessary for a perfect “en plain air” lunch: glasses, cups, plates, napkins, cutlery, a Extravergine olive oil bottle and a typical products selection. You can choose whether to sit yourself beyond olive trees, or vineyards or in the lawn, and you’ll enjoy a lunch in the nature tasting Casal Trinità excellent wines – presented by a staff member.
In a beautiful Valle D’Itria Masseria you can have the chance to be a bees farmer for a day! Respecting biodiversity and environment, you’ll discover every secrets of working with bees and you could taste different kind of honey and how to pairing them with other food products.
Take care of your bee hive for a day and get yourself aware about bees and honey production world.
live a morning dedicated to skin and body care and wellness with Ekostè company: is an beauty care company specialized in fruits based visage cream production, 100% vegan and natural. You’ll discover all their products during these special activities, along with secrets about getting the ultimate skin care ritual!
Don’t miss “Fuocacoste e Cocce Priatorjie” festival – and the Heads Falò in Putignano!
On November 1th Orsara di Puglia Middlage village light up is treets with little fire falò, with music, dances and a lot of good wine and food. Streets are lighten up by luminescent pumpkins, showing the way for the souls of the dead to rejoin the living on this magical night; this parade of souls of purgatory is, according to tradition, observable in the reflections of the water mirrors of the basins placed on the doorways of houses.
February is Carnival period in Italy. The oldest Carnival in Europe is Putignano Carnival – Puglia, wich was celebrated first in 1390.
Every year since then, from December 26th to “Marted’ Grasso”, rituals, traditions, celebrations and activities take place among Putignano stretts, a mix between holy and profane. From Thursday to Thursday, from tradition to tradition, from float to float, we arrive at Shrove Tuesday, the closing day of Carnival and the grand finale at night. The 365 chimes of the Macaroni Bell officially mark the end of revelry and the beginning of Lent.