Trulli of Alberobello Day-Trip from Bari with Sweets Tasting

9 Ratings
  • Live Guide
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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

Admire Italy’s UNESCO World Heritage–listed ‘trulli’ in Alberobello on this 3-hour tour from Bari. Follow a guide through the pretty streets of Alberobello, famous for their unique ‘trulli’ — or cone-shaped houses. Learn why the houses were constructed this way, and step inside to see how they’re built. Take in top attractions such as the ‘trullo’ Church of St. Anthony, and gain insight into Alberobello’s culture and traditions. Taste almond sweet treats and ‘rosolio’ — an Italian liquor — and sample the flavors the locals love.

Itinerary Details

Travel to the UNESCO–listed town of Alberobello — famous worldwide for its cone-shaped houses, or ‘trulli’. These fascinating dry-stone constructions were originally built as shelter or housing by peasants and shepherds, and many are still lived in today.

On arrival, explore the streets of Alberobello and admire the architecture for which the town is famous. Step inside the ‘trulli’ — some renovated, others not — and listen as your guide sheds light on the region’s colorful past.

Visit a small chapel dedicated to the saints and doctors of the Rione Monti in Rome, and stroll past artisan shops where tradespeople sell their wares. Then, head up the hill to the Church of St. Anthony — also built in the local ‘trullo’ style.

During your tour, sample sweet treats made of almond paste and rosolio — a traditional Italian liquor derived from rose petals. Then, when your time in Alberobello comes to an end, return to Bari  to conclude your tour.
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