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Chiesa San Rocco, Matera

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Where to stay in Matera

Instead of booking your rooms at a conventional hotel in Matera, consider staying at one of the city's cave hotels. The rock settlements in this area are part of a World Heritage Site, and several local hotels offer lodgings at cave dwellings dug into the limestone rocks, complete with private bathrooms, satellite TV, air conditioning, and mini-bars. Alternatively, you can also stay at a small B&Bs or private inn in the old town, where you can explore most of Matera's main attractions on foot.
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  • The facade has been modified over the centuries and partially part of the adjacent buildings but don't skip it because of that. As you enter you will notice the peaceful and spiritual atmosphere of th...  more »
  • The church was closed that morning around ten. From the outside it looks nice, but has old facade. It's in the city center.  more »
  • Worth taking the walk down to teh valley floor, noit a tough as it looks, you just need a pair of sturdy shoes.  more »
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  • The parish priest, don Angel, welcomes less fortunate and offers them a place to sleep and a dinner. With the voluntary contribution of citizens
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