Puglia Travel


Best Towns in Southern Italy to Visit in the Fall

When it comes to planning a trip to Italy, the fall season often gets overlooked in favor of the summer months. We will guide you through the best towns to visit in Southern Italy during the magical fall season.
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Beautiful Gardens in Southern Italy

Just imagine the perfect Spring day. The sky is the most vibrant blue you’ve ever seen and there isn’t a single cloud in the sky. The sun is shining, and you can feel it’s warmth on your skin. You welcome that light fresh breeze that makes the temperature just the right blend of warm and...
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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Southern Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Sites are scattered throughout the world. If you do any search on Italy, you’ll most certainly come across a plethora of these important and protected sites in Italy. As a matter of fact, Italy is home to 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, making it the country with the highest number of Heritage...
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Romantic Restaurants in Southern Italy

It’s February, the month dedicated to love. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, shops are bursting with chocolates, hearts (the bigger the better) and sweets for your sweet! Restaurants are also busy preparing their special Valentine’s Day menu for those planning a romantic evening with their loved one. Southern Italy has some pretty romantic...
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Five Stunning Castles in Puglia

The region of Puglia, located in the south east of Italy, makes up the heel of Italy’s boot and is almost entirely surrounded by two seas – the Adriatic and the Ionian. As you can probably imagine, its important and strategic geographical position made it a highly desirable place to settle as well as control...
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Our Top 6 Southern Italian Sites to Visit in 2016

It’s impossible to choose just one word to describe Southern Italy: rugged, historic, enchanting, captivating, mysterious, unforgettable…are only a handful that come to mind. It’s hard to believe sometimes that it’s still relatively unknown to many travelers outside of Italy. We know that the South of Italy has so much to offer travelers, and it’s...
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The Putignano Carnival in Southern Italy

When you think of Carnival (Italian: carnevale) in Italy, the first place that comes to mind is probably Venice, the most well-known all over the globe, while others may mention Viareggio in Tuscany. Here in Southern Italy, one place in particular which stands out above all the rest is Putignano, a town in the province...
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Blue Flag Beaches of Southern Italy: Puglia

Puglia is home to some of Italy’s most exquisite beaches, not just for its crystal clear waters but also for its rocky coastlines, lagoons, grottoes and underwater marine-life.  It shouldn’t really be a surprise since the region is bordered by the Adriatic Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea to the southeast and the Strait...
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Cibo di Strada: Italy’s Street Food

Regardless of where you go, there is one thing you will find pretty much everywhere – street food! Whether it’s called take-away, street-eats, fast food, or cibo di strada; you can learn a lot about a city or region’s character and history from its street food.  Street food is mainly sold from food stands/kiosks and...
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Stars of Southern Italy

The South of Italy has so much to offer travelers, although most don’t seem to venture any further south than Naples.  We all know Campania is famous for its impressive coastlines and magnificent sites but as you dip further south you will experience the rugged beauty and intricate history that the “deep south” has to...
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