I would be very grateful if somebody could tell me if is it worth to spend new year´s eve in Lecce, Italy. The city looks to be great, but if somebody knows about activities to do around the 30th of December till 2nd of January, it would be very helpful. Thanks
Can anyone recommend a car service to take 3 of us from Brindisi airport to the city of Lecce? Thank you
anyone suggest a reasonable guide with car for day trips around lecee?
is there a bus from lecce to serrano, and if so how often?
We have booked at the B&B suites Chiesa Greca, Piazzetta Chiesa Greca 11 , in Lecce.
We takes the bus from Brindisi Airport to Lecce. How can we best ask for a busstop? do you know the adress of the busstation? Is this far from the B&B suite ?
Thanks a lot
Hello, I hope someone can help me, myself and 3 friends are travelling to lecce in april from thursday 3rd to thursday 10th. we would like to visit some nice beaches via train as none of us drive. is this possible? I would really appricicate a trainline map of where the stations are located as we dont want to get of the train only to find we cant get to the beach :)
My husband and I are thinking of spending 3 months in Lecce, Sept/Oct/Nov...we are looking for a 2 bedroom flat with a full kitchen & washing machine...does anyone know of a good place that is reasonably priced? or does anyone know of a good real estate agent in Lecce who could help us find such a place....Should we book in advance, or is it best to get there stay in a hotel and find a place once we get there?
Hi, we would like to travel to lecce in november and enjoy the late sun there. What are the best travelling options to reach this place comfortably at a low price?
is there a mini train ride tour of Lecce?
are there headphones in English
where do you catch the train...can you catch it at the main train station?
68 year old female from USA travelling alone end of October. Looking at Hotel Torre Del Parco Castle. Any comments or tips would be appreciated.
We are planning a trip to be in Venice Italy for New Years Eve 2010. After a week or so in Venice, we are thinking of traveling South (for warmer weather). We have no experience with a) southern Italy and b) Italy Winter.
So would appreciate info on travelling in southern Italy. Our main concern is that attractions (Galleries, theatres, sites of interest, restaurants,...) would be closed leaving little to do but walk about the towns. Lecce sounds like an interesting place, but is it 'up and running' in January or is all quiet.
We were also thinking of getting to Sicily. Other suggestions in the southern region are welcome.
Thanks in advance
What is the best way to travel between Lecce and Naples?
Is there anyone who is familiar with I Giardini di Atena, a city resort near Lecce. There are 462 flats/apartments with restaurants, bar, entertainment, shuttles, etc. Would be interested in specilfic owner experiences and pricing.
Thanks in advance for any info.
I am an British post-graduate student coming to live in Lecce for 6-9 months from September/October this year and would really appreciate any advice about looking for a room to rent.
I would prefer something central, are these really expensive??
Anyone can help advising on a nice, cheap accomodation in places where the Notte della taranta event takes place? EVen privately, in local peoples' house. We are two, a couple, going there for research of sorts.
Thank you in advance.
I'm planning a trip to Puglia next winter..I'm thinking about renting an apartment for 2 in the center of Lecce or Ostuni..Is Lecce and Ostuni fairly level.??.My wife has bad knees ...Any recommendations will be welcome..
Can anyone advise how to get to Lecce and how much it would cost by bus or is there a train? Thnks
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