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RYANAIR flies directly from London Stansted to Brindisi BDS on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; to Bari BRI on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, once a day in the afternoon. The flight is due at 17:10 and arrives at 21:10 in Brindisi/Bari. The return flight is due at 21:25 and arrives in London Stansted at 23:20. For further information and reservation, please visit www.ryanair.com
BRITISH AIRWAYS flies in summertime directly from London Gatwick to Bari (BRI). You can also fly from London (Heathrow and Gatwick) to Milan (Malpensa or Linate) or to Rome (Fiumicino) at any time and continue your journey to Brindisi (BDS) with Italian airlines. ALITALIA flies from London Heathrow to Brindisi with stop over in Rome or Milan. Check for your flight on Opodo!
You can travel from UK by Eurostar through the Channel to Paris (about 3 hours) and there to Italy, precisely to Lecce, where you can easily get a local train, bus or a taxi to reach Nardò. The suggested route is Artesia (Paris, Lyon, Turin, Milan and Rome) which connects London-Paris to Italy. You may also decide to travel in the night with the Artesia France-Italy night service, directly to Rome (Termini) in 15 hours or during the day with the France-Italy Artesia day and being in Milan in less than 5 hours from Lyon.
We also suggest to visit www.trenitalia.com to reach the final destination, Lecce, which can be reached either from Rome or Milan. Travelling by train could be a tremendous opportunity to see numerous places in once.
Travelling by car could be a fantastic opportunity for those who want to be free to choose their own route, from the slower, panoramic roads to the faster motorway.
Obviously, we recommend to pay a lot of attention, double-check your route before you travel and to consider time for possible delays and breaks.
We suggest to visit www.viamichelin.com which uses exclusive mapping covering 40 European countries from road maps to detailed plans. Moreover, it is regularly updated and its database contains 7 millions kilometres of roads and streets. It also offers information on the weather, traffic, service stations, etc..
For further info and links, please, visit www.sispropertyandtourism.co.uk