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Bari: Puglia’s Itria Valley Full-Day Guided Tour

1. Bari: Puglia’s Itria Valley Full-Day Guided Tour

Full day guided tour with licensed tour guide in Itria Valley, in the heart of Puglia. The guided tour start in Locorotondo from piazza Vittorio Emanuele square, where two 19th century big pillars mark the old Porta Napo¬li, you can follow a long path where you can see buildings such as the former Town hall, today the Communal Library from the end of the 18th century, the baroque Palazzo Morelli with its splendid portal and small balconies with wrought iron railings and, up ahead, the Mother Church. Pretty white buildings, coloured with blood red geraniums and other flowers coming out of every corner and nook, Locorotondo is a very charming village! After Locorotondo the guided tour continues in Martina Franca, famous for its many buildings in Baroque and Rococo style. The tour starts from Piazza XX Settembre and Gate Santo Stefano to Piazza Roma where we’ll visit the fountain of the Dolphins and the Palazzo Ducale from the particular eighteenth century frescoes and stately rooms. Then, we walking among the alleys of the old town, we’ll arrive in Piazza del Plebiscito and visit the baroque basilica dedicated to St. Martin, exceptional example of Baroque architecture, the building of the University and the Clock Tower. The Martina Franca tour ends with a visit to the Immaculate Square and its famous esedra, the chapel of St. Nicholas of the Greeks, and finally the church of San Domenico. The tour end in Cisternino, amazing and unforgettable through its wonderful atmosphere, great views of the Itria Valley below, cute old buildings and very friendly people. During the tour we’ll visit the church of San Nicola, known as the Mother Church, was built in the 12th century over the previous 8th century Basilian church, whose foundations remain. Along the way we’ll visit the Norman-Svevian tower was built in the 11th century by the Normans, and is 17 meters tall. It was largely rebuilt in the late 14th century and was remodeled several times in subsequent periods. Stop at the beautiful view overlooking the entire Itria’s valley, a wonderful skyline of the valley with trulli and olive trees.

Locorotondo: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

2. 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.

Locorotondo: 2-Hour Private Tour of a Place to Fall in Love

3. Locorotondo: 2-Hour Private Tour of a Place to Fall in Love

Locorotondo is one of the most beautiful balconies in the Murgia of Trulli, the typical local houses. The historic area is in the form of a circle, the architecture is beautiful and the color of the houses, churches and buildings quite unique. The white color is predominant in the old town of Locorotondo, with some other colors provided by the flowers. Your guided tour will start from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, where two 19th-century big pillars mark the old Porta Napo­li, you can follow a long path where you can see buildings such as the former town hall, today the communal library from the end of the 18th-century, the Baroque Palazzo Morelli with its splendid portal and small balconies with wrought iron railings and, up ahead, the Mother Church. Dedicated to Saint George, it was built between 1790 and 1825, where previously there were three churches dedicated to the same saint. Pretty white buildings, colored with blood red geraniums and other flowers coming out of every corner and nook, Locorotondo is a charming village.

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