I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site, Alberobello

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One of Italy's best-preserved medieval settlements, I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site is a World Heritage site. Nestled in the Puglia countryside, the town is known for its rows of white, cone-shaped stone houses known as trulli. These now host craft shops, restaurants, and accommodations. Wander the narrow, cobblestone streets, and peer into the small dry-stone huts to admire the vernacular architecture. Walk up to the main church on the hillside for a view of the fairytale-like village. The town is well-known for its pastries and sweets, so consider a stop at a bakery. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site and many more Alberobello attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Alberobello trip planner .
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  • The streets of Turlelli were cute and fairytale, but I wanted to take a free walk because it was a short stay time, but I had a bad feeling when I was taken to the shop of "Yoko" run by a Japanese family to the tour conductor as an excuse to take a commemorative photo on the roof, but I had a bad feeling. If you buy more than one, you'll make it cheaper, or you don't give me a receipt with a brute-force commercial code like," "I don't sell it elsewhere," and when I ask a question about a calendar or postcard, I say ," "It's just here." I don't understand Italian, but I felt that my son was clearly swearing and speaking ill of his mother. The products I bought were several times higher than other stores, and the fungi-borchini and round pasta expired. I realized that mother had a son. Because I was traveling alone, I didn't need a commemorative photo with a Japanese person I didn't know, and I was even angry with the travel agency.
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  • The mountain ward and the small ward are beautiful. I recommend you in the small ward c and a gentleman who owns two trulli lets you in for free and serving you a good coffee tells you a little about the story of the trulli and Alberobello. Fantastic at night, evening and at night illuminated but also of dd where among the narrow streets you can taste the rural life of past years. Small and a little moist but at the same time suggestive.
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