Things to Do in Alberobello

Things to Do in Alberobello, Italy - Alberobello Attractions

Things to Do in Alberobello


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  • Stefania A
    2 contributions
    Its a pretty place its very steep but beautiful definitely worth going there you can find everywhere souvenir shops and restaurants
    Written January 26, 2024
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  • Swedishtomcat
    Diss, UK3,526 contributions
    Started well with a well-furnished bedroom but then petered out of furnishings so it left a little to the imagination. Note it opens 1530 not the advertised 4pm on Tripadvisor. Entry was €2 per person.
    Written May 23, 2023
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  • mtp1970
    Kournas, Greece267 contributions
    This was my second visit to Alberobello with the first one in April and now in October. I Iwould definitely recommend avoiding August generally because it is mostly crowded and hot.
    ✔️I love this place because of its originality as well as the romance. The best is if you stay overnight where are all the crowds from the cruise ships and the buses go home. You see the real alberobello, the stars, the quiet side with very few tourists and some locals and great places to eat and drink. I would definitely recommend staying at the romantic truly on the south side of the village where we had our own terrace and enjoyed the views. I also agree that the other side Al picola is amazing., but please pick a real truly if you can afford it to to experience the real deal. I can actually live here. I love it so much.
    Written October 24, 2023
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  • phat_dawg_21
    Alpharetta, GA13,464 contributions

    The “Little District” is quieter and less crowded than the Monti Neighborhood. It was made obvious by the vases with flowering plants, brightly colored doors, and lace curtains on the windows that this is an area where real people live. We felt it was the most interesting part of Alberobello

    The neighborhood is made up of approximately 400 trulli, and almost none are used for commercial activities other than B&Bs, and a few very small hotels.

    This quiet and calm area is great for photos.

    The name derives from the ancient custom of beating wheat in the square.
    Written September 12, 2023
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  • Merrowmum
    Guildford, UK1,284 contributions
    I was quite surprised to learn that this church is relatively modern, certainly much more so than the trulli houses. But it is very interesting to see a trulli-style church and well worth a visit.
    Written April 8, 2022
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  • BrakiWorldTraveler
    Belgrade, Serbia17,756 contributions
    There are two view points to capture the beautiful Alberobello Trulli houses panorama. Both are located on the Rione Aia Piccola hill opposite the Monti neighborhood (the best, but heavy tourist part).
    This Belvedere offers great views from its big terrace, however be prepared to wait your turn to get your photo, specially if there's an Instagram freak before you taking dozens of pics in different positions and checking how he/she appeared on them.
    The other spot less crowded is from a small garden we accidentally found while walking that same hill.
    Written October 1, 2023
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  • duhoz
    Beroun, Czech Republic6,313 contributions
    The basilica and the area around is the lest visited part of the city on the opposite of Trulli houses hill, but still with some charm. Nice architecture to admire even the interior is not stunning as other Puglia churches. The basilica dominates the city, entrance free. I preferred this area as less people strolled around.
    Written October 30, 2021
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  • valtango
    De Haan, Belgium288 contributions
    It was interesting to learn a little more of the history of the area, and the building of the trulli.
    Written October 3, 2019
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  • Merrowmum
    Guildford, UK1,284 contributions
    A great little tour around the winery and its museum, followed by an excellent tasting session! Our guide was so sweet, with far better English than he let on (he corrected our group’s guide’s translations a couple of times!). He was so knowledgable and with over 50 years in the business, really knew and lived his wines.
    The tasting was possibly the best of this type that I have done. We tasted four wines, with generous tasting amounts of each, and a very generous amount of accompanying food which we were encouraged to finish!
    A super time.
    Written April 6, 2022
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  • phat_dawg_21
    Alpharetta, GA13,464 contributions

    This building is unique because it is the only double trulli in the town. It is two separate trulli under a joined double roof. It has no windows. It stands on a corner and has two entrances, one on each street.

    The legend is it was inhabited by two brothers, one of whom was betrothed to a girl who fell in love with his brother and became his lover. So, driven by anger and revenge, and disputes over its possession, the trullo was divided as a way of pleasing everyone.

    Today it houses a souvenir shop.
    Written September 12, 2023
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  • BrennaBee
    New Jersey1,331 contributions
    don't miss this area amazing examples of Trulli and some that are in the process of renovation. I was invited in to watch the renovation process.
    Written February 22, 2023
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  • Galaxy T
    Sudbury, Canada359 contributions
    Nice to see, we went on off season and it was still crowded. Walk across the square up the stairs away from the crowds for a great photo shot, then turn to the south and walk the deserted streets. Beautiful.
    Written September 17, 2018
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