The sleepy Puglian town of Alberobello has one serious claim-to-fame, and you’ll learn all about it on this trip. The attraction in question is the town’s iconic Trulli – a collection of whitewashed houses with conical stone roofs. It’s not uncommon to see them dotted around the region, but Alberobello has entire neighbourhoods filled with these quirky little buildings. They’re so important, that UNESCO declared the Trulli a World Heritage Site in 1996. Your guide will lead you through the narrow lanes while telling you about their history, before finishing up at St Antonio – the only Trulli-style church in the world. At the end of your tour, you’ll have a bit of time to look around at your own leisure.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.