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Alberobello, a small town located where Italy's heel meets its sole, is famous for its absurdly charming white-washed, cone-topped houses. These 16th century "trulli," as they're called, have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Truely!

Look at the Trulli

Look at the Trulli

Check out the darling hobbit-like settlements in Rione Monti, Aia Piccola and Trullo Sovrano. Trulli were designed to befuddle tax authorities by appearing as temporary field shelters.

Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo

Watch the world go by in this central square lined with trees and benches.

Museo del Territorio

Museo del Territorio

Wander this lovely museum to get a sense of how the 16th century peasant families of Puglia used to live, farm, and build their trulli.

Museo dell' Olio

Museo dell' Olio

It's likely you'll be consuming lots of olive oil on this trip, so why not find out how this glorious stuff is produced!



Just 5 miles away, this thoroughly pleasant town requires a good wander around. The center is perched on a hill amidst a spiral maze of lanes, baroque archways, and fine restaurants.

Martina Franca

Martina Franca

With upmarket and authentic shops, this gorgeous historic town definitely deserves an amble around. Don't forget to try capocollo, the town's own renowned cured ham.

Cycle Puglia

Cycle Puglia

Cycle along the dramatic coastline of the Gargano peninsula, ride through olive groves of the Salento, and see castles and cathedrals on an unforgettable bike trip.

Planning Your Alberobello Visit

Are the beaches worth going to?

The beaches around these parts are a dream. There's a nice array of sand and rock beaches so you can have your choice.

Is a trullo really expensive to stay in?

There are many types of trulli, ranging from more rustic to those outfitted with a private swimming pool. Prices fluctuate according to the season. For example, renting a trullo with a swimming pool in July costs 2,449 euros per week, while one week in October costs 1,290 euros. Many of these can fit up to ten people. Alternatively, there are some trulli hotels which cost, on average, 78 Euros per night.

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  • Best time to visit
    The best times to book your trip in southern Italy are in Spring (April - June) and Fall (September - October). The colors of the countryside will be especially enchanting then, with flowers and lush greens in Spring and rich reds and yellows in the Fall.

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What people are saying about Alberobello

A Great Way to See and Understand the Sassi

Our guide, Cosimo, was a Matera native and gave us a great appreciation for the long history of the area and the Sassi, in particular. I would strongly recommend this tour for anyone looking for more than a cursory look at the Sassi.

Matera: 2-Hour Walking Tour of the Sassi Reviewed by Anthony, 10/08/2018

Excellent information on the history of the Sassi.

Our guide was very considerate of my wife's Limited ability to navigate the many steps involved in touring the Sassi. She adjusted our path so that my wife could see as much of the old Town area as possible. We both enjoyed the tour and learnt a lot.

Matera: 2-Hour Walking Tour of the Sassi Reviewed by Robert, 06/13/2018

Fluent, pleasant, local and well informed!

Dora was fantastic. Her connections to the community made the experience all the better. And we had her to ourselves!

Matera: 2-Hour Walking Tour of the Sassi Reviewed by Michael, 01/04/2018

An amazing town, a knowledgeable and patient guide made a super tour.

Our tour was arranged with Dora and was outside the 'normal' time but Dora kindly agreed to our request. Our guide, Marinella, was delightful, knowledgeable and paced the tour to suit our needs. Such an amazing town with an astonishing history, and so much recent history. We had a great morning and thoroughly enjoyed our tour. Thank you

Matera: 2-Hour Walking Tour of the Sassi Reviewed by Susan, 08/28/2017

Our guide Anna was Friendly, knowledgeable, and brought matera to life

Anna tailored the tour to our interests while showing us the important highlights of the city. She even balanced our sun/shadetimes so we were able to get the most of our tour. She was amazing!

Matera: 2-Hour Walking Tour of the Sassi Reviewed by Denise, 07/25/2017