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A gateway to the northern Subappennino Dauno, it is a waypoint on state highway 17 connecting Foggia with Campobasso.
Lucera lies on a hill and its Swabian-Angevin castle sits on the edge of a frightening sheer drop, which requires special work to maintain the famous territory.

Its undeniable charm and natural predisposition to art and culture have made Lucera, over the course of the centuries, the city where the noble families of northern Puglia made their homes and built elegant palaces.
In addition to the Castle of Frederick II, especially famous for its powerful walls erected by the Angevins, there are numerous other landmarks of the city’s past prestige.