Corte Zauli B&B is located in an old aristocratic Palace of the old town, which belonged to the Family Fanelli and after to the Family Zeuli. The Renaissance rooms have original ceilings, frescoed walls and architecture. The favorable location in the heart of the city allows guests of this structure to move easily on foot to visit the main attractions of the area.
B&B’s managers, Paola and Claudio, welcome their guests with warmth and familiarity, putting everyone at ease and meeting every kind of need. A stay in this bed and breakfast allows to discover little-known corners of Bari and get in touch with people, traditions and good local cuisine.
The rich breakfast conquers everyone with any kind of sweets: coffee, milk, barley, tea, desserts, such as cakes, biscuits and marmelade, cereal, yogurt, fruit juices and seasonal fruit.
The regional capital and important historic and cultural centre, Bari is a city full of interest and traditions. Walking through the streets of the Centre you can visit the district of Bari Vecchia, between the Murat Quarter and the sea, with its intricate maze of alleys that hide buildings and churches.
The main churches are the Cathedral of San Sabino, in Apulian-Romanesque style, with a well 35 m high dome and original mosaic floor; the Basilica of San Nicola, built in 1087 to house the relics of the patron saint of the city and become a destination for pilgrims from all over the world; the Church of San Marco dei Veneziani; the Monastery and Church of Santa Scolastica, where there is also a small Museum of sacred furnishings and relics. Don't miss a stroll along the city walls with a splendid view over the promenade and the harbour.