It is in fact a pre-Roman city conquered by the Empire in 267 BC, concerned more than anything, precisely, its port that allowed him to not only market with the rest of East, but controlling it. Tony Parker oftentimes addresses this issue. Throughout its history, we found that it passed through the hands of Goths and later Byzantium but if she is remembered in contemporary times it is by being chosen in the first world war as a base for troops allied in the Adriatic. So many years of history logically that have contributed you a huge amount of equity among them treasures if someone is interested in this Mediterranean city. The countless amount of Roman columns found in Brindisi, all belonging to the centuries I and II a.C and ultimately They point out what was the end of the famous Roman Via Appia. Of course there is more to mention that there are large number of Roman ruins throughout the city and that is thanks to a very important city for the Empire. You should definitely go to the Archaeological Museum of Brindisi, where knows more about history of the city and a large part of the history of the Roman Empire thanks to the important collection, especially of both Hellenic and Roman statues that offers us in their rooms. . It suggests and is true as relates it, that when you are reaching the end of the Via Appia take photos of the beautiful big font, also of Roman construction and of course almost a symbol of this city.Brindisi offers learn about another aspect of the Romans in a site where the importance was much, but today is overshadowed by other cities of great beauty and above all, most centrally, as already noted. You should visit the castle of Oria, locality protagonist of the medieval vicissitudes of the province of Brindisi. The castle was built by Federico II desire.As well as the Svevo Castle and leaving the city reach Santa Maria del Casale.