Bari Airport Transfer Shuttle

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Polignano A Mare - dist.:55.00km, time:00:45

Bari - dist.:20.00km, time:00:30

Monopoli - dist.:62.00km, time:00:50

Ostuni - dist.:100.00km, time:01:20

Castellaneta Marina - dist.:100.00km, time:01:20

Vieste - dist.:185.00km, time:02:20

Alberobello - dist.:75.00km, time:01:10

Martina Franca - dist.:90.00km, time:01:10

Torre Canne - dist.:85.00km, time:01:10

Marina di Ginosa - dist.:110.00km, time:01:20

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Bari Airport transfer, taxi and shuttle services in Southern Italy

Fox Transfer provides private or shared Bari transfer services by taxi or minibus to Bari and other parts of Italy.

Bari Karol Wojtyła Airport (IATA: BRI) is an airport serving the city of Bari in Italy. It is approximately 8 km (5.0 mi) north-west of the town centre. The airport is also known as Palese Airport after a nearby neighbourhood. Facilities include 4 bars/restaurants, 11 shops, a bank, an Internet access point, and free WiFi Internet access.

3.8 million passengers passed through Bari airport in 2012, representing an increase of 1% for this developing airport which has seen much investment in the last few years. The airport is used by many of the budget carriers with a limited number of flights to international destinations by the larger airlines.

All flight arrival times are monitored so that the driver will be there to meet you when you arrive.

Fox Transfer offers you private and group airport transfer and shuttle services with door-to-door service. Use the online booking form, make a reservation and receive an instant confirmation for your airport transfer. If you cannot find your destination, click on the link "Is your destination not our list?", tell us where you want to go and we'll give you a quotation.
Bari is the largest and most important city of Apulia and is located on the Adriatic coast. The city authorities are trying to increase its tourism profile and awareness of Bari's old town, which has retained its ancient medieval plan and contains many historic buildings and sites. The old town was the heart of pre-Roman and Roman Bari. It has a large port on the Adriatic Sea.
On the coast, rocky strips of land alternate with long sweeps of white sand, with the crystal-clear waters of the sea adding the finishing touches to the beauty of the landscape.
PLEASE NOTE:
- Look out for your name sign when you arrive
- If paying on the day, pay in Euros or the local currency; credit card payment is not possible on the day itself.
Fox Transfer is your perfect choice for Bari Airport transfer, taxi and shuttle services to Bari and other parts of Italy.


Rating
acceptable 5.7
+ good comfortable vehicle drivers were friendly and polite timing good
- it is always difficult when booking something such as a taxi at a distance to have confidence in the booking system. we had a bad experience in Sicily, ( Comiso to Syracusa) and were sensitive to pricing and payment issues. I paid in cash before the journey as instructed by the website but did not get a formal receipt from the drivers; this would have been reassuring. Drivers had a copy of the booking,as I did and we compared these, but when I paid no paper receipt was issued. I can get a paper receipt for a local taxi journey here in Scotland for a journey costing as little as £3. A receipt serves two functions a) it is proof of payment, b) it can be used to reclaim expenses. Things I know are more casual in the south of Italy but the recent change in Italian legislation on cash transactions means there is a tightening up and loose systems will attract scrutiny.
alastair macleod
2014-04-10 20:50