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Corso Due Mari, Taranto

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Corso Due Mari is located in Taranto. Make Corso Due Mari a centerpiece of your Taranto vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Taranto trip builder.
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  • Straddles the two seas of Taranto and is close to many pubs and clubs where you can stop for dinner. It's super close to the Castle, the monument to Italian sailors, Piazza Ebalia and Victor Emmanuel III as well as the rest of the city centre, so it is a central city site. Due to the existence of the premises, this place is characterized by great movement especially of young people, also has unparalleled views of the two seas of the city. Recommended for Saturday night!
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  • You can't get away from Taranto if you haven't strolled in progress due mari:D ... Taranto is a really beautiful city but operated with the feet. There is little maintenance and incivility on the part of Taranto. The course two seas is the continuation of the lungomare Vittorio Emanuele overlooks the waterway connecting the great sea to the Mar Piccolo, overlooking Aragonese castle and the swing bridge ... wonderful!
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  • The course two seas is the natural continuation of the promenade Vittorio Emanuele overlooks the waterway connecting the great sea to the Mar Piccolo, with breathtaking view on the Aragonese castle and swing bridge. There are places to stop to eat or have a coffee or ice cream. A photo sitting on some broad sidewalk bench with background the Castle and/or the bridge is a must: it is the heart of the city.
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