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The hotel stands in one of the oldest cities in Italy. Brindisi is thought to be the gateway to the East and is a crossroad of cultures and people. 

Located in a strategic point on the Apulian peninsula, at the centre of multiple tourist attractions, 

Tthe most important of which include: 

Selva di Fasano, an important area of natural interest, composed in part by woodland rich in oak, pine and chestnut trees. The Selva di Fasano overlooks the trulli and cave dwellings, offering many panoramic views for those wishing to walk the tree-lined avenues. 

The Zoo safari Fasanolandia is the first wildlife zoo park in Italy and one of the biggest in Europe per number of species. It holds approximately 1700 specimens from 200 different species, in an area covering approximately 140 hectares of Mediterranean maquis. 

Alberobello, famous for the distinctive trulli houses, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 

The Grotte di Castellana, a complex of underground caverns of Karstic origin which are of great interest in terms of caving and tourism. 

Ostuni, known as the White City, characterised by the whitewashed lime villas of the old town. 

Torre Guaceto, is a nature reserve located on the Adriatic Coast of Alto salento. 

Lecce, the Apulian capital and kingdom of the Baroque