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Lecce is a place in Italy in Puglia, Lecce is about 2h from Bari, and 45min far from Gallipoli. The center of Lecce is very nice you have shops, restaurants, churches all around! The food is amazing like everywhere in Italy.
We started in the southern most point of Puglia then visited the northern sectionMattinata Gargano In a lovely beach resort Baia. Dei Faraglioni. We headed south to Lecce and I instantly was so captivated and loved every part of this ancient town in the modern...More
Unlike the Florence of the north, however, Lecce is more human scale and accessible with a population of about 100,000. Its historic center is very walkable -- and very beautifu with architectural gems everywhere you turn.. We rented an apartment here (VRBO 1597574 which we...More
Lecce is one of the largest mediaeval towns I have seen, to have a really good look would take more than one day. In excellent condition, lots of nice little cafes and many historical buildings to see including the magnificent Basilica. Please note it is...More
The architecture is overwhelmingly beautiful. Tiny side streets with massive medieval looking doors that open out to beautiful courtyards. The subterrainian ampetheatre in the main square. The amazing basilica and churches. And coffee at Alvinos.
Lecce is a historic city in Souther Italy as well as one of the most important cities of Puglia. Because of the rich baroque architecture monuments found in this city, Lecce as nicknamed "The Florence of the South". We have strolled around the city leisurely...More
We visited Lecce for part of a day whilst driving to the Adriatic coast. Like most old Italian cities there is an abundance of buildings and other items to see but we particularly liked the arena / amphitheatre, so a couple of photos for others...More
From Ostuni its less than an hour to Lecce,a city famous for its huge population of lawyers and for some of the most exuberant Baroque architecture in all of Italy.
What people call Lecce's baroque period-is really its renaissance. The thick flower garlands,the gargoyle caryatids,and...More