This small town in the hinterland of Bari, famous for its characteristic “Trulli” dwellings, buildings of spontaneous architecture, that have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since the 6th of December 1996.
Particularly worth to be noted are several products and the local craftsmanship works, like iron processing, the manufacture of olive wood, local stone processing, and the production of typical new wine and olive oil.
Alberobello offers a breathtaking view of the Itria Valley and has numerous points of interest to visit such as the Pezzolla Museum and the EcoMuseum.
It is possible to have a hands-on experience of Apulian hospitality and to plan unforgettable food and wine tours, discovering the dishes and recipes of the regional culinary culture.
Patronal and religious festivals, food and wine events, music festivals: the city of “Trulli” is the ideal place to learn about traditions and celebrations of typical and distinctive elements of the Puglia region.