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I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site

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“trulli houses”(140 reviews)
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A collection of 1,400 beehive buildings built and lived in by peasants.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Alberobello, Italy
+39 080 432 1200
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All reviewstrulli housesfairy talesouvenir shopsworld heritage sitetourist trapunique placeworth a visitcouple of hoursnarrow streetsthe main roadfew hourspuglia regionwalk arounddry stonesmall townresidential areabeautiful town
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Alberobello is a place that you should visit if you are in Puglia. The old part of town is a maze of beautiful trullo sand well worth spending an hour or two wandering around.

Thank Adam-Rye-UK
Reviewed 4 days ago

Amazing village consisting of many hundreds of these lovely tiny houses called trulli. They pour down the4 hills and end in a small village which consists of tiny shops, bars, restaurants. When driving there, drive as far as you can right into the middle of...More

Thank jeangenieLondon
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great area with over 1000 trulli. Very nice and impressive place to visit. Also a nice informative museum to go to.

Thank Leopold M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Used to be very nice but now it is spoiled by shops selling all the same stuff you see in major tourist cities all over the world. Pitty city does not regulate the amount of shops.

Thank KarlG4
Reviewed 5 days ago

Alberobello has been on our bucketlist for a long time! And we finally did it! Check! The Trulli's are devided over 2 different parts, one being very touristic and another one being more "the real stuff". Both areas are worth visiting.

Thank jimmyhans
Reviewed 1 week ago

Built of stone without mortar, these houses were designed to be disassembled easily when the tax inspector came around. Many now serve as B&B or are occupied as second homes. Great unique place to visit.

Thank Ron W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Historical old town of Alberobello with a completely Trulli village: houses for living and working built from local stones of black granit and white lime. A lot of Trulli houses with the possibility of visiting. Tourist shops, coffee's and restaurants in Trullis.

Thank Roland K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very excited to visit this UNESCO site. Unfortunately so is everyone else. When I mentioned to our B&B host that we would be visiting Alberobello he smiled and said either "it's like Disneyland" or "It's not Disneyland". I didn't quite catch it at the time....More

Thank WeehawkenNJ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s lovely, it’s a must see when near Bari. The place it’s magical you will have to go up and down the hill, take your time, there is restaurants and shops everywhere and some places offer rooftop view for free. It’s very hot in the...More

Thank Renata M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The distinctive conical shaped rooves of the homes of this Trulli village are outstanding and well worth a visit. The site is now basically a tourist precinct but if I had €1 for very Instagram photo taken here I would be able to fly to...More

Thank Marcus W
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June 23, 2018|
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Response from memorymaker | Reviewed this property |
Hi, We stayed for 2 nights in Gravina and visited Alberobello and also Locorotundo from there so I'm not sure what tours would be available for Alberobello. We had a rental car and made our own itinerary. We tried to base... More
April 24, 2018|
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Response from mpmail | Reviewed this property |
Ciao Devi arrivare a BARI con il treno e poi prendere un bus per alberobello ( circa 2,30 ore ) . Puoi vedere il percorso su GOOGLEMAPS. Chiedi info in un ufficio turistico .
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March 13, 2018|
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Response from Izabela M | Reviewed this property |
Hi, mid morning is nice for the light - if it's sunny it's a lovely walk. if I remember well, each Thursday the market takes place until 12:00 or 13:00 - the reason why it's crowded.