Trani has a harbor filled with fishing boats and a quaint old town with cobblestone streets, gleaming medieval churches, and palazzi built from local limestone. The town is also justly famous for its sweet dessert wine, Moscato di Trani. It's smaller than the other ports along this coast.
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