Polo Biblio-museale - ex Convitto Palmieri, Piazzetta Giosuè Carducci
Originally the building complex, composed of the church of S. Francesco della Scarpa and the adjoining convent, was the secular residence of the minor Franciscan Fathers, who inhabited it continuously from the 14th century until their suppression. In 1634, around 30 friars lived in the convent.
TRAVEL TO LECCE
Lecce is at the end of the main Adriatic line and it is therefore well connected. There are several trains from the main cities (Roma, Milano, Bologna, Torino, Venezia etc..). Lecce railway station is less than 1 km far from the city center.
More info: https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html
To reach Lecce by car from Rome it is necessary to follow A24 highway towards L’Aquila, the A25 until Pescara, and then follow the A14, until Bari.
To reach Lecce by car from Milan it is necessary to follow the A1 highway until Bologna and then A14 towards Bari.
To reach Lecce from Bari or Brindisi, for both routes, it is necessary to follow the main road SS16, towards Lecce.