Sapori di Puglia comes back for the eleventh edition. From Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 May, Piazza Garibaldi will host four days dedicated to Apulian cuisine between lunches, dinners and street food to discover the culture and cuisine of one of the most beautiful regions of Italy.  

Apulian cuisine will move to Verona for four days. Piazza Garibaldi in Legnago will be transformed into an open-air restaurant to introduce to honour the delicacies of Apulian food and wine. It is a traveling event that reaches this year its eleventh edition and is organized by Vivi Legnago in collaboration with Italia on the Road. The latter has for years brought in squares, festivals and clubs the flavors and colors of the best street food in Italy.  

During the weekend participants can then enjoy the local dishes of Apulian cuisine by having lunch or dinner comfortably seated in the relaxation area. For those who prefer to enjoy street food in the traditional way, that is standing or walking, there will be markets of typical products and you can also take advantage of the possibility of take away. Among the delicacies: the cacio impiccato, the bread of Altamura, the bowls of meat with capocollo, sweet pastries or grilled meat, pittule of all kinds, torcinelli of lamb and dried tomatoes.  

The four days of Puglia will start today, Thursday, May 18 from 18:00. Admission for the duration of the festival is free and booking is not necessary given the high availability of tables and seats. Also tomorrow, Friday 19, Piazza Garibaldi will open its doors from 18:00 while on Saturday and Sunday you can participate in the morning from 11:00, with continuous hours at lunch and dinner.