Brindisi is a city in the Apulia region of Italy, the capital of the province of Brindisi, off the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Historically, the city has played an important role in commerce and culture, due to its position on the Italian Peninsula and its natural port on the Adriatic Sea.
The city is a major port for trade with Greece and the Middle East. Brindisi has an active industry in agriculture, chemical and energy production.
- The Catalan-Aragonese Castle.
- The "F. Ribezzo"Provincial Archaeological Museum.
- Two ancient Roman columns, symbols of Brindisi.
- Church of Santa Maria del Casale (late 13th century).
- Church of San Benedetto, in Romanesque style.
- Portico of the Templars (13th century).
- Piazza della Vittoria (Victory Square).
- Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli (1609).
- Church of the Sacred Heart.
- Church of San Giovanni al Sepolcro.
- The Monument to Italian Sailors.
- Church of the Santissima Trinità (or Santa Lucia, 14th century).
- The Duomo (Cathedral), built in Romanesque style in the 11th-12th centuries.
- The Castello Svevo or Castello Grande ("Hohenstaufen Castle" or "Large Castle").
- The Marine Nature Reserve Guaceto Tower.
- The Regional Natural Park of Punta della Contessa Salt: wetland, 214 acres (86.60 ha) wide.
- The Regional Nature Reserve Forest Cerano: a protected natural area that falls within the territory of Brindisi and San Pietro Vernotico.
- The Regional Nature Reserve Bosco of Santa Teresa and Lucci: it is a protected natural area composed of two forests whose name it bears.