Bari Castle


Built by the Normans in the 12th century and restored by Frederick II around 1230, Bari’s Swabian Castle now serves as the headquarters of the Regional Directorate. 

This Norman castle has stood for hundreds of years and was supposedly built in the 1100’s by King Roger II. It features a traditional design with a central courtyard, four main guard towers and is surrounded by a moat on three sides.

Despite the castles immense age, it still remains in fantastic condition and has its original walls and towers.

Sat in an elevated position to the west of the old town centre, the castle provides a fantastic viewing point of the city.

Travel period:

From 01/01/2021
to 31/12/2021
Open around the clock from 08 from 19
Every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Upon reservation

Open on:
Open around the clock from 19 from 22


Bari Castle
Piazza Federico II di Svevia 4 70022 Bari