Cisternino well worth a visit, his is the classic example of spontaneous architecture and one of the Most beautiful villages of Italy.
The old city of Cisternino is both 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.
In the old town we'll visit the most important noble historic buildings walking in the narrow alleys and on the white/black "chianche", typical limestone floor.
This village has many many good restaurants for evening dining, a choice of good cafes for snacks during the day and good local shops selling all the authentic local produce you could want.
An area of great beauty, too perfect to be real but very real with incredible Trulli.