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  • Alberobello: 2-Hour Guided Trulli Tour

    1. Alberobello: 2-Hour Guided Trulli Tour

    Meet your friendly guide in Largo Martellotta, then set out for a 2-hour sightseeing tour of Alberobello. Follow your guide into the historical center of Rione Monti, which boasts over 1,000 iconic Trulli buildings. Marvel at the unique architecture of these fascinating buildings while learning about their history and significance. Continue the tour with a visit to Rione Aia Piccola, an area that best represents the ancient medieval village where you can stop at the viewpoint to take some beautiful pictures. Your journey ends at the highest point of the city where the Church of Saint Anthony of Padua is located. Notice the similarities between the church and the Trulli buildings and soak up the historical atmosphere of the site as you listen to your guide’s tales and anecdotes.

    We had a fantastic tour of alberobello with Antonio. We could see large groups with other guides bur there were just the 2 of us which made it more personal . Antonio is enthusiastic friendly and knowledgable. It was a perfect first visit to alberobello for us.

  • Lecce: 1.5-Hour Historical Walking Tour with Jewish Museum

    2. Lecce: 1.5-Hour Historical Walking Tour with Jewish Museum

    The tour starts with a visit to the majestic Santa Croce Church, the jewel in the crown of Lecce’s Baroque architecture. From here, explore the nearby Piazza Sant’Oronzo, the former market square where you can find the Old Town Hall, the Roman Column, and the remains of a huge Roman amphitheater. Continue the tour with a walk through the Corso Vittorio Emanuele, which boasts a stunning Baroque palazzi and the recently restored Sant’Irene Church. Arrive at the breathtaking Piazza Duomo next, one of the most critically praised buildings in Italy. See the Archbishop’s Residence, the Seminary, the Bell Tower, and the cathedral. Finally, visit the underground Jewish Museum and discover the town’s fascinating Jewish history.

  • Andria: 2-Hour Museum Mucci Confetti Tasting & Walking Tour

    3. Andria: 2-Hour Museum Mucci Confetti Tasting & Walking Tour

    What can be said to describe the flavor, the color and the taste of these sweet jewels? Just try them. In Puglia, "confetti" is usually eaten during the Carnival period when you can find them in every bar along with its special irresistible smell. Visit the museum, see the tools for its fabrication and a DVD presentation in English. The museum will relate a fascinating story of a confectionary product that also reflects the story of modern Italy. It will be well worth a visit in order to mix a slice of Italian cultural history with a bit of shopping and buying of presents. Purchase various flavors of a favorite treat and have a final tasting of candy dragée confetti. Afterwards, have a guided tour in the town center of Andria.

  • Mesagne: Private Tour of Ancient Town and Outdoor Museum

    4. Mesagne: Private Tour of Ancient Town and Outdoor Museum

    Commence your guided tour from the castle, the most famous monument in town. Learn its history, from a fortified encampment in the eleventh century to its use as a Baronial residence. Explore its auditorium and access the 20-meter tall tower, discovering the ways in which the castle was used over the ages. Then visit the Granafei museum, where you will witness the important archaeological discoveries from the historical Messapian civilization that once flourished in these lands.  Afterwards, wander through the ancient town and visit the majestic church dedicated to All Saints, built between 1649 and 1660. Marvel at the interiors decorated with fine stucco and the superb high altar. Study the paintings by local artists, including the Madonna del Carmine, the work of the Neapolitan painter Bonito.

  • Lecce: Jewish History Walking Tour

    5. Lecce: Jewish History Walking Tour

    Baroque Lecce is extremely well known, but the 17th century is just a recent part of a long history for this city. Lecce has been influenced by many ancient and important cultures, including Messapians, Greeks, Byzantines, Normans, French Angevins, and Spanish Aragonese. Begin your journey through the streets and alleys of medieval Lecce, focusing on its Jewish community. Visit Via della Sinagoga, the old path which used to lead to one of the most beautiful synagogues in South Italy. Following that, discover Vico della Saponea alley and walk through Via Abramo Balmes, a street dedicated to one the most important Jewish figures in Lecce. Take a trip back in time by visiting the evocative underground area of the Jewish Museum. The area is situated on the remains of the Synagougue, and includes a mikveh and mezuzah. Learn more about the Jewish community, including why th...

  • Taranto: MarTa Archaeological Museum Tour

    6. Taranto: MarTa Archaeological Museum Tour

    Meet your tour guide and begin your exploration of the magnificent collections in the National MarTa Archaeological Museum of Taranto. The exhibits are arranged according to the type of materials with vast rooms of marble sculptures, monumental tombs, soft stone sculptures, pottery of the necropolis, and gold artifacts. Begin the guided tour in the rooms dedicated to marble sculptures dating back to the Hellenistic age. Then continue to the room containing sculptures, mosaics, and epigraphs from public and private buildings. Marvel at the Carparo stone heads dating back to the Roman period. Following this, explore the pottery exhibit featuring works from The Necropolis, pink clay vases with black figures, with illustrations of characters and scenes from mythology and athletics.  The highlight of the museum is the so-called Ori of Taranto (Golds of Taranto) room which holds a fantastic ...

  • Bovino: Private Historical Walking Tour

    7. Bovino: Private Historical Walking Tour

    Take a tour through the historic center of Bovino and discover one of the most beautiful villages in Puglia. See the Church of San Pietro, believed to have been built on the ruins of a pagan temple dedicated to Hercules.

    Continue your tour toward the municipal gardens and the Civic Museum Carlo Gaetano Nicastro. Tour this important archaeological museum, inaugurated in 1925, which holds a series of archaeological artifacts from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages. Admire the various amphorae, bowls, axes to oil lamps, and more.

    Visit a 10th-century cathedral and marvel at its paleochristian Basilica with three naves, its Romanesque facade, and the Gothic elements on the portals. Go on to the church of San Marco di Eca before finishing off your informative tour at theCastle of the Dukes of Guevara, one of Bovino's most famous historical landmarks. Stroll thro...

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What people are saying about Apulia

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Beautiful tour and very good guide! despite the great heat and the fact that we were the only participants, we discovered many curiosities through a not very touristy but very interesting route. Lorenzo, our guide was very kind, good and knowledgeable. to recommend!

We had a fantastic tour of alberobello with Antonio. We could see large groups with other guides bur there were just the 2 of us which made it more personal . Antonio is enthusiastic friendly and knowledgable. It was a perfect first visit to alberobello for us.

A nice and knowledgeable guide, he is very thorough. The times have been respected perfectly, for a visit to Alberobello I think a Judas is recommended otherwise you will lose a part of the story

Intimate and pleasant visit to the most interesting places in Alberobello. Exceptional guide, local, engaging and effective in explanations. Super recommended!

Very nice tour Our well trained guide Antonio We were blown away by the location and its history