2021

Meraviglioso Salento

You can’t explain Salento. You have to live Salento, because it enters your soul, envelops you and doesn’t leave you anymore.

                  Salento

Salento (in Salento Salentu; in Taranto Salènde; in Greek Σαλέντο, Salénto), also known as the Salento peninsula, is a sub-region of southern Puglia, between the Ionian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Figuratively it forms the heel of the Italian boot.

The inhabitants of the area, which includes the entire province of Lecce, much of that of Brindisi and the eastern part of that of Taranto, are distinguished above all for glottological characteristics compared to the rest of Puglia. From a legal point of view, Salento within the Kingdom of Naples, then the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, almost perfectly coincided with the territorial district called Terra d'Otranto, which survived administrative reforms for centuries.

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Frequently asked questions

Who can take advantage of the free ticket for a cultural place in Italy?

According to current legislation can enter places of culture free of charge different categories of persons, including: EU citizens, under 18 and over 65; EU citizens of non-EU countries on the "condition of reciprocity" (children under 12 must be accompanied);

Where can I find information about the conditions of the Italian seas?

On the website of the Air Force Meteorological Service, also available in englishman.

What are the speed limits on Italian roads?

Speed limits in Italy are: 130 km/h on motorways, 110 km/h on roads

Main extra-urban, 90 km/h on extra-urban secondary roads and roads

local suburban areas, 50 km/h in inhabited areas, with the possibility of raising this limit to a maximum of 70 km/h for urban roads with construction and functional characteristics that allow it.