Those who choose Alitalia flights to or from Brindisi will find themselves in an ancient city, full of magnificent treasures to be discovered.
Alitalia airlines offers its customers the possibility of booking their flights to or from Brindisi directly on the company website, in order to accompany them on their discovery of the Salento region, starting with the magnificent town of Ostuni, and descending down towards the “mythical” community of Grecìa Salentina, or even Otranto, Castro and Santa Cesarea Terme, passing through the legendary village of Santa Maria di Leuca, and finally arriving at Torre San Giovanni, Gallipoli and Porto Cesareo.
Having been linked to the Empire’s capital city by the ancient Appian Way during Roman times, Brindisi is known as “Rome’s gateway to the East”, and represents one of the Mediterranean’s most significant natural harbors, offering important links between Italy and Greece.
For Alitalia customers, a ticket to Brindisi will open up a whole new world to be discovered: the main attractions include the Aragonese or Alfonsino Castle, which is made up of the Red Castle and the Sea fort, the Swabian Castle (also known as the “Great Castle”) commissioned by Frederick II, the Cathedral with the arcade of the De Cateniano family residence, the two Roman columns, only one of which has remained intact, the Tancredi and De Torres fountains, Porta Mesagne and Porta Lecce, the Torrione dell’Inferno, Charles V’s Bastion, St. James’ Bastion and the “Arruinado” Bastion.
Frequency of flights to Brindisi: 53 flight per week.