It offers elegant rooms, free Wi-Fi and they can be made free local calls. Breakfast is served directly in the room, as required and in according to guests’ tastes. The Bed and Breakfast Muro Torto Cairoli is strategically situated to reach all points of interest of the city. The area is also full of shops and refreshment centers.
Muro Torto Cairoli has six elegantly decorated rooms, all with private bathroom, LCD TV, telephone, mini bar and air conditioning. The particularity of tester beds and furnishings in Oriental style make it one of the most elegant areas of the city.
Close to structure and overlooking the same square there is the Villa Comunale, dating from the 19th century, which can be accessed through a portico formed by no less than 28 columns. The city of Foggia, despite the damage suffered during the bombings of World War II, still retains valuable evidence of its past, such as the 12th century Romanesque Cathedral and its crypt, which was rebuilt in 1731 with Baroque style following an earthquake.
Outside the Cathedral there is a stone bell tower with steeple crowning and, inside, a Latin cross. Worth seeing are also the Church of the Crosses of 17th-century, a symbol of the city, several historic buildings, such as Palazzo Dogana and Palazzo Buongiorno, Umberto Giordano Theatre, built in 1828, and recently restored, and the Civic Museum.
Moving from the city guests can easily reach San Giovanni Rotondo and other famous towns of Gargano, or Daunia towns.