Andria is an old city in the south of Italy. Home to about 100,000 people, it's the fourth-largest town in the Apulia region. Famous for its wines, almonds and olives, Andria was once a favourite residence of 13th centry Emperor Frederick II, who gave the city its famous Castel del Monte.
- Castel del Monte. This small citadel is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Monument.
- Cathedral. The 12th century cathedral has an even older crypt, dating from the 7th century.