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Cisternino, historic town in Apulia, Italy


Cisternino, recognized for its captivating, unplanned architecture and historic charm, is acclaimed for maintaining its traditional culinary roots and local agriculture, earning it multiple accolades such as the Orange Flag and recognition as one of Italy’s Most Beautiful Villages. The village environment invites visitors to wander through its alleys and squares, getting lost and discovering the interconnected houses adorned with arches and stone decorations. Central to its allure are the local butcher shops where meat is freshly grilled and served outdoors. The main square, Piazza Garibaldi, and the Municipal Villa offer panoramic views, enhancing the village’s appeal as an epitome of Slow Food Towns and a destination that celebrates its ancient masonary heritage.

Alberobello, Italy with Trullo Houses


A trip to Puglia would not be complete without a visit, even a brief one, to Alberobello. This town, with over 1000 cones in its historic center, has been one of the 54 Italian sites listed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List since 1996. It represents a unique place in the world and it […]

Streets with houses with whitewashed walls of the typical Italian city of Locorotondo.


Strategically located in the Valle dei Trulli, between Alberobello, Martina Franca, and Cisternino, Locorotondo owes its name to the perfect circular shape of its historic center, which encompasses charming and welcoming corners. From its panoramic points, you will be enchanted by the spectacular landscape characterized by long stretches of vineyards, olive groves, trulli, and farmhouses […]

Panoramic view of the white and old city of Ostuni on a hilltop and with the cathedral on top


Perched on the top of a hill and surrounded by mighty defensive walls that separate centuries-old olive trees from clusters of whitewashed houses, Ostuni is an extraordinary sight and a must-see on a trip to Puglia. Ostuni has an ancient history of at least 2500 years. It was founded by the Messapians, a people who […]

Alley in the historic center of Martina Franca with colored awnings

Martina Franca

Martina Franca, a picturesque Baroque town near Alberobello, is the largest municipality in Valle d’Itria, known for its unique Martinese Baroque style. This town flourished in the 18th century, evident from its historical monuments like the Church of San Martino and the Ducal Palace. Today, it hosts the renowned Valle d’Itria Festival, a major classical and opera music event founded in 1975, featuring operas in the Ducal Palace and concerts around the town each summer, from mid-July to early August.

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