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Alberobello: 1,5 Walking Tour

1. Alberobello: 1,5 Walking Tour

The tour will start with a beautiful view from the Belvedere terrace, introducing the interesting history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue your visit of the two districts Aia Piccola and Rione Monti, where you can admire the typical houses with their unique architecture. Walking among "trulli" and little alleys, you'll reach the trullo-shaped Church of San Antonio. Finish off the tour with a visit to a local's home, where you will get the chance to taste typical products, such as extra virgin olive oil.

Alberobello: 2-Hour Guided Trulli Tour

2. Alberobello: 2-Hour Guided Trulli Tour

After meeting your guide, set out for a sightseeing tour of Alberobello. Follow your guide into the historical center of Rione Monti, which boasts over 1,000 iconic Trulli buildings. Marvel at the unique architecture of these fascinating buildings while learning about their history and significance. Continue the tour with a visit to Rione Aia Piccola, an area that best represents the ancient medieval village where you can stop at the viewpoint to take some beautiful pictures. Your journey ends at the highest point of the city where the Church of Saint Anthony of Padua is located. Notice the similarities between the church and the Trulli buildings and soak up the historical atmosphere of the site as you listen to your guide’s tales and anecdotes.

Alberobello: Walking Food Tour

3. Alberobello: Walking Food Tour

Embark on a guided culinary tour of the city of Alberobello, famous for its picturesque UNESCO-listed whitewashed stone huts. Meet your local guide on Via Indipendenza and begin your journey through one of Puglia's most important locations.  Head up to a viewpoint to admire panoramic views over the entire city before enjoying a stroll through the alleyways of Alberobello's historic districts. Here, marvel at the curious architecture of the Trulli and visit the iconic Trullo church. During your tour, you will stop at regular intervals to sample some of the city's famed food specialties. Sample local products such as primitive wine, cured meat, and cheeses, including the delicious burrata and pecorino.

Alberobello: UNESCO Guided Walking Tour & Sightseeing

4. Alberobello: UNESCO Guided Walking Tour & Sightseeing

Alberobello guided tour will start from the Aia Piccola, UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the heart of the town of the trulli. Trulli are traditional houses built entirely of stone without mortar or cement. Every year thousands of tourists can see the old city and visit the trulli with the tools of rural life in the early 1900s. The visit will take place in the historic center through a path in the narrow streets of the historic center, with a visit to the trulli and neighborhoods of Aia Piccola and Monti. You will visit the ancient church of St. Anthony, the only church in the world to the shape of trullo, opened to the public in June 1927. You'll find the inside of the Sovereign Trullo (housed in the museum) where you can see the decor typical start of the century 1900s. Declared a italian national monument in 1923, was so named because it houses the Blessed Sacrament and the relics of St. Cosmas and Damian, the patron saints of the city. During the visit will visit the local craft shops with shopping and a relaxing break.

From Matera: Day Trip to Alberobello with Local Guide

5. From Matera: Day Trip to Alberobello with Local Guide

Start your day by meeting your driver in the center of Matera before departing by minivan for your day tour. After a short, scenic drive you will reach Alberobello. Alberobello guided tour will start from the Aia Piccola, UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the heart of the town of the trulli. Trulli are traditional houses built entirely of stone without mortar or cement. Every year thousands of tourists can see the old city and visit the trulli with the tools of rural life in the early 1900s. The visit will take place in the historic center through a path in the narrow streets of the historic center, with a visit to the trulli and neighborhoods of Aia Piccola and Monti. You will visit the ancient church of St. Anthony, the only church in the world to the shape of trullo, opened to the public in June 1927. You'll find the inside of the Sovereign Trullo (housed in the museum) where you can see the decor typical start of the century 1900s. Declared a italian national monument in 1923, was so named because it houses the Blessed Sacrament and the relics of St. Cosmas and Damian, the patron saints of the city. During the visit will visit the local craft shops with shopping and a relaxing break. After the tour, once your time in Alberobello is up, you will return comfortably to Matera by Minivan

Locorotondo: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

6. Locorotondo: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

Stroll through Locorotondo, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, on this 1.5-hour tour. Meet your local guide in Piazza Aldo Moro in the historic center of the town. This area is characterized by white houses built in local stone and arranged in a circle, alleys decorated with flowers, and balconies overlooking the Valle d’Itria. From your vantage point, you'll get glimpses of the villages of Cisternino and Martina Franca. During the walk, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the church of San Giorgio, the Saint Patron, and the beautiful clock tower.

Bari: Alberobello and Matera Day Tour

7. Bari: Alberobello and Matera Day Tour

Experience cities steeped in history with buildings that feel a part of the landscape itself on this day trip to 2 highlights of Italy, Alberobello and Matera. You'll see the famous Trulli buildings, historic churches, and more on this guided tour. After being picked up in Bari, be driven to the guide in Largo Matellotta to begin your sightseeing tour of Alberobello. Follow your guide into the historical center of Rione Monti, which boasts over 1,000 iconic Trulli buildings. Marvel at the unique architecture of these fascinating buildings while learning about their history and significance. Continue the tour with a visit to Rione Aia Piccola, an area that best represents the ancient medieval village. Take in the stunning view and snap some pics! The journey through Alberobello concludes at the highest point of the city, the site of the Church of Saint Anthony of Padua. Notice the similarities between the church and the Trulli buildings and soak up the historical atmosphere of the site as you listen to your guide’s anecdotes. The next stop is Matera. This part of the tour will begin at Via Alessandro Volta. From there, your expert guide will lead you to the glorious Church of San Francesco in the city’s historic center. Next, continue along a panoramic road of narrow streets and winding alleys to arrive at the Rupestre Church of Sant'Antonio Abate. Inside, you’ll find a classic example of the traditional culture of this remarkable city. You’ll then visit a typical Matera cave-house before continuing through the Via Madonna delle Virtù and Porta Pistoia areas to conclude your cultural adventure. It’s then time to reflect on the day's wondrous sights as you’re driven back to Bari.

From Alberobello: Matera Day Tour

8. From Alberobello: Matera Day Tour

Start your day by meeting your driver in the center of Alberobello before departing by minivan for your day tour. After a short, scenic drive you will reach Matera. The guided tour make you discover the typical Sassi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour start in the Pascoli square, with a wonderful view of the Sasso Caveoso and the hill called Murgia. Marvel at panoramic views of the city from a unique perspective. The guided tour continues towards Palazzo Lanfranchi palace, houses the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art of Basilicata, and the nearby church of the Carmine and through the heart of the old buildings to the church of San Pietro Caveoso. Visit to a typical "Casa Grotta, typically furnished cave dwelling excavated in the rock with furniture of rural culture to the beginning of 1900. After a pleasant walk, we will visit the rupestrian church of Santa Lucia alle Malve, the church in rock, the first female monastic settlement of the Benedictine Order, dating back to the VIII century, and the most important in the history of the city of Matera. The tour continues to the Sasso Barisano following the ancient ravine and return to the center of town and walk around the baroque area with a visit to the most important churches in this style: St. Clare and St. Francesco di Assisi. End of the tour with the discovery of the Romanesque cathedral. After the tour, once your time in Matera is up, you will return comfortably to Alberobello by Minivan

From Bari: Alberobello Half-Day Trip with Guided Tour

9. From Bari: Alberobello Half-Day Trip with Guided Tour

Pick-up from Bari to reach Alberobello. Meet your friendly guide in Largo Martellotta, then set out for a 2-hour sightseeing tour of Alberobello. Follow your guide into the historical center of Rione Monti, which boasts over 1,000 iconic Trulli buildings. Marvel at the unique architecture of these fascinating buildings while learning about their history and significance. Continue the tour with a visit to Rione Aia Piccola, an area that best represents the ancient medieval village where you can stop at the viewpoint to take some beautiful pictures. Your journey ends at the highest point of the city where the Church of Saint Anthony of Padua is located. Notice the similarities between the church and the Trulli buildings and soak up the historical atmosphere of the site as you listen to your guide’s tales and anecdotes. Free lunch and Go back to Bari.

Gnatia Ruins and Archaeological Museum Private Guided Tour

10. Gnatia Ruins and Archaeological Museum Private Guided Tour

Discover the ancient city of Egnazia (or Gnathia), which was inhabited by the indigenous populations of the Japigi, the Messapi, and Greeks up until the Roman age. Admire the mighty defensive walls and visit the site of the necropolis. See the remains of the Via Traiana way, the Civil Basilica with the hall of the Three Graces (kept in the museum), the oriental deities, the square with the arcades, the cryptoporticus and the Roman baths. Marvel at the Episcopal Basilica and the Southern Basilica which was originally paved with mosaics. Later, visit the recently renovated Giuseppe Andreassi National Archaeological Museum, built outside the walls of ancient Gnathia, in the area of the Messapian necropolis. Learn about thirty centuries of history starting from the Bronze Age up until the Messapian and Roman eras, through exceptional exhibits and panels with photos of the excavations. Don't miss the marble head of the god Attis and the mosaic of the Graces which stand out for their impressive beauty.

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What people are saying about Alberobello

The trulli is such a unique structure and there's such a sense of history walking along the lanes. Very interesting to see how each was built and how all those years ago, inhabitants adapted their living conditions according to their needs. Hardly anyone loves in the trulli now, having moved to more modern accommodation only minutes away. That said, some have been converted to holiday accommodation. Our tour was at 4.30pm and there were no crowds so we were able to stop along the way to explore in more detail.

The two cities are worth it, the magnificent and very helpful guides. It was very hot and our guide Gianfranco, I don't remember if it was this name (forgive me) in Matera helped us at all times, and explained everything in great detail. In Alberobello, the driver Francesco guided us and even though I wasn't feeling well, he was great!

Our guide was very knowledgeable and easy to speak with. He spoke great English and answered so many questions about Alberobello. We walked away from the tour with a good understanding of the history and current day of Alberobello. I’m so glad we went on this tour and would strongly recommend it to anyone considering it.

Milena was very thoughtful to text us the night before our tour to suggest that we start a bit earlier to miss the crowds and the heat of the day! We took great photos and had the town to ourselves.

I loved Milena. She was very acknowledgable abour every single fact in Alberobello. She took us to places that were not crowded and gave a lot of insights and reccomendations.