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My daughter and I love Italy; the beauty, the people, the food and the wine.
We have stayed in Rome, Naples and Tuscany.
We are intending to fly into Bari at the beginning of October for four nights and we wondering where best to stay? Perhaps 2 or 3 different towns.
We would be travelling by train.
I like the look of Polignano a Mare.
Any suggestions or information would be very much appreciated.
Many thanks.

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