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How did YOU get to Puglia?

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I am usually good at this kind of stuff, but I am at a loss when trying to get myself to Puglia next (late) May or (early) June. I think my best bet for a 10-day trip is to fly round-trip to Bari from Washington, DC. I would like to pay around $1500 per ticket. Yes, I am picky--I only want one plane change, so beggars cannot be choosers I guess.
I thought a quick poll night bring up some ideas I had not considered. Puglia is popular here, so did most of you come (*as part of a longer trip) via Rome or Naples, or fly to Bari from another European city? Obviously with only 10 days I don't have that luxury, as I want to devote all 10 days to the region (and I know that will be woefully inadequate). Thanks for any advice!

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