I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site, Alberobello
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One of Italy's best-preserved medieval settlements, I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site is a World Heritage site. Nestled in the Puglia countryside, the town is known for its rows of white, cone-shaped stone houses known as trulli. These now host craft shops, restaurants, and accommodations. Wander the narrow, cobblestone streets, and peer into the small dry-stone huts to admire the vernacular architecture. Walk up to the main church on the hillside for a view of the fairytale-like village. The town is well-known for its pastries and sweets, so consider a stop at a bakery. Using our custom trip planner, Alberobello attractions like I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Are to be seen, of course, seen one seen them all, to stay one day, maybe even at night with the lights have a different effect than in daylight, most are small shops, those closed in most are uninhabited. Is something not to be missed but nothing exceptional.
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  • After so many years and visits in summer and spring, I went to see the Itria Valley in winter. The colors are always beautiful, green countryside stands between the trulli spread across, then if you arrive in Alberobello in the late afternoon we found a town where trulli are the housing and tourism centre and the colors that you appreciate are white and black. After dark I enjoyed the tourist area with lights and colors and images. Really nice, a challenge for those who love photography and for tourists who discover the trulli turned into tourist shops, and restaurants. Remains at the top of the Church-trullo di Sant'Antonio so stormed that it is almost impossible to photograph it. Alberobello, always worth a visit where in two or three hours you appreciate even more hidden routes, signs distitintivi, lanes ungroomed by tourists.
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  • Finally I was able to visit Alberobello at Christmas time and for the first time I watched the show of lights in a trullo is another and I was speechless. A fairy tale magic Even feels Christmas music between the alleys! Must see! wow!
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