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Puglia's towns and cities

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Alberobello, Puglia

Alberobello map | Think Puglia Trulli, trulli everywhere... It must be Alberobello, Puglia's picture-postcard town famous for its conical-roofed houses - trulli!

It's not just a pretty picture, though, but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected thanks to its "outstanding universal value... an   exceptional example of a form of building construction deriving from prehistoric construction techniques that have survived intact and functioning into the modern world."

With its narrow pedestrianised streets, little shops selling local produce and a few nice cafes and trattorie offering al fresco dining, Alberobello is a great day out for families with young children, who, in our experience, love the trulli and remember them as one of the highlights of their holiday!

Find out more about trulli >>

Why not rent your vey own trullo: Trulli from Think Puglia >>

Good ThinkingCombine your trip to Alberobello with a visit to Locorotondo and Cisternino just down the road.

 

 1/7 Alberolbello's fascinating trulli centre.  2/7 Local ladies entertaining visitors with a tarantella!  3/7 A cone of trulli (our own collective noun!)  4/7 One of the lovely streets of Alberobello.  5/7 A typical trullo with its conical limestone-tiled roof.  6/7 A close-up of one of Alberobello's hundreds of trulli.  7/7 Alberobello by night!