Alberobello (Italian: [ˌalberoˈbɛllo]; literally "beautiful tree") is a small town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy. It has 10 735 inhabitants and is famous for its unique trullo buildings. The trulli of Alberobello have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996.
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4.5 based on 7 reviews
A collection of 1,400 beehive buildings built and lived in by peasants.
This is the whole reason to visit this enchanting city. The Trulli UNESCO site is not to be missed. The walk around the village does not take long. Walk through with a guide if you can so you can get the full experience and education concerning the Trulli. Don’t miss the church at the top of the village. It’s worth the walk. There is a wonderful gelato store to refresh on the way down.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
We ran in right when they were shutting down but they stayed open late to allow us to buy food. We bought local cured meats and cheeses. They let us try everything before we bought it. We also bought olives, artichoke hearts and sundried tomatoes. It all was divine and made for a wonderful meal.
4.5 based on 622 reviews
Whilst meandering around Alberobello, visited this church which is at the top of a hill and signposted from the valley below. Very plain inside but the centre altarpiece is colourful. Spent less than 10 minutes there and the church was empty.
Next door are public pay toilets if you need to use them and opposite is a garden which seemed to be popular with visiting children.
4 based on 1 reviews
I'd say this museum os a good start of exploring Alberobello. It gives you basic understanding how people lived there and has a broad selection of guidebooks and cookbooks about Puglia and its cuisine.
4 based on 272 reviews
Lovely looking church from the outside and there are interesting wood carvings inside the church. Definitely worth the short walk from the main square if only to enjoy the architecture of the church.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We booked this tour, through our hotel, Le Alcove. We were met by the owner, Tommy. He guided us through the entire winery. Our tour concluded with food and wines. We especially liked the Reservato, so much so, that we purchased a bottle in the restaurant, La Cantina, the following night for dinner. I purchased a bottle of Lui, to take back to the states. Thank you Tommy for great wine, food and tour. Hopefully I can be your U.S. contact for future distribution in the states.
4 based on 96 reviews
You are in Italy, in Alberobello, a little so charming village, and here you see this nice Aqua Splash, in the center of the trullis, wonderfull, and of course you decide to share an afternoon on this nice place and profit from the refreshing, and the nice Terrace of the restaurant, here you will feel you in Italy holidays, nice atmosphere, nice day.
4 based on 78 reviews
Il Museo del Territorio "Casa Pezzolla" e un complesso monumentale, sito Unesco composto da 15 trulli comunicanti in cui vengono fornite informazione riguardo alla storia di Alberobello, alla costruzione del trullo, in cui e riproposta una tipica abitazione e in cui e possibile visionare filmati storici. E' possibile usufruire di un audioguida attraverso uno smartphone, di una guida caracea o di una guida professionista.Territory museum consists of a group of linked trulli and the visit is necessary to have information about the history of Alberobello, the structure of trulli and it is possible see historical movies.
If you are visiting Alberobello and wondering what these trulli are all about and how the town came to be, head up the hill to this low key museum. The museum has several displays explaining the history of the town and the area, and a nice film showing how the trulli are built and repaired. (English subtitles.) You can do a quick 20 minute walk-through of the parts that most interest you, or go through more slowly and read the displays in depth. In any case, don't miss the film. The price of admission includes admission to the Museo Dell'Olio (Olive Oil Museum) a few doors down on Via Verdi, which is also worth a quick visit.
4 based on 23 reviews
Took shots of the Santa Lucia Church, by night, when we arrived in Alberobello. Would have loved to visit the interior too, but the next morning we were ready to hit other towns in Apulia.
5 based on 8 reviews
Damati is an important and very well known İtalian brand with its various kinds of Maccheroni ,Sphagetti,Pasta,Vermicelli and Tagliatelli.Strongly recommended to stop by and have a visit.
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