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Trullo Sovrano Admission Ticket
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Trullo Sovrano Admission Ticket
from $2.21*
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Piazza Sacramento 10, 70011, Alberobello, Italy
+39 080 432 6030
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed November 30, 2016

This beautiful Trullo is set up as life would have been and there are boards in all the rooms in both Italian and English. We went in early June so it was very quiet and so added to the attraction. The fee was only €1.50...More

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Reviewed May 5, 2012

Liked how the town was walking friendly and not very difficult to navigate.

1  Thank Santino D
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All reviews entrance fee two storey two story climb upstairs nice book self guided tour charming museum trulli house interesting insight nice place to visit gift shop living room small museum on display worth a visit life furnishings
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Reviewed October 7, 2018

Very charming museum , has lots to see and gives a perfect understanding of what was living inside a two storey Trulli house many years ago. There is plenty of interesting items on display and this Trulli is surprisingly large. Worth the 1.5 euro entrance...More

Thank Keith70
Reviewed October 2, 2018

After one has wandered the streets looking at the hobbit style Trulli house, a visit to this two storey Trulli museum is well worth while, telling of the history of the place and how the residents lived in years gone by.

Thank Worldwatcher
Reviewed August 27, 2018

Is a representative museum of the houses named "Trullo". I had the feeling that "going" back in time when people pay more attention on each other. The whole place of "Trulli" are very nice with the specific roofs of houses, white panted walls, flowers and...More

Thank adriana m
Reviewed August 17, 2018

Trullo Sovrano was called “Corte Papa Cataldo”, a name that also referred to the entire neighbourhood. This ancient name probably comes from the family of the priest Cataldo Perta (1744-1809) who built the structure and used it as his home, while in the surrounding trulli...More

Thank JanaZC
Reviewed July 13, 2018 via mobile

We stayed not very far from Trullo Sovrano in Alberobello. It was the only two storied trullo in the region which is converted to a museum now. There were many things on display which were used before like utensils, clothes etc. You can climb upstairs...More

Thank Mcbz
Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

Very charming museum , has lots to see and gives a perfect understanding of what was living inside many years ago. Ten entry price was only 1.50 euros per person, so very affordable and reasonable for what you get ..

Thank Davide R
Reviewed May 31, 2018

Fascinating re-creation of a rich seventeenth century Trullo with appropriate antique furniture and tools. Beautiful restoration.

Thank Liz T
Reviewed May 30, 2018 via mobile

Behind the large town church are small lanes of trulli leading to Trullo Sorvano. This is a trullo house on a grand scale. It’s form is an interesting contrast to the smaller houses, and makes living in a trullo seem like a comfortable situation. We...More

Thank Michaela
Reviewed May 2, 2018

If you like antique fourniture you like also the inside of a real trulli of the 17 th century, to discover the kitchen with interesting tools, a living room, very relaxe, worth you return in an other quit time of life.

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed February 22, 2018

It's now a museum, with the decoration representing the house as it was. Very interesting inside, for a symbolic entrance fee. Worth the visit.

Thank lemariotto
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February 24, 2015|
Response from shannenRoma |
you are sure there is bus from the station for pick up y until Pompei?If y arrive in trein in naples y must take trein called circumvesuviana.From Alberobello there aren't trein for Pompei
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