Alberobello, the hinterland town of Bari, is among the most beloved Italian destionations for tourists from all around the world. It is mostly famous for its trulli: ancient conical buildings of dry stone of prehistoric origin, with a characteristic grey roof. The old town is entirely built of these picturesque buildings, which are still used as dwellings and are a brilliant and long-lived example of spontaneous architecture.
The trulli of Alberobello date back to the mid-14th century, and every year attract thousands of tourists. Walking through the narrow streets of Alberobello means to explore a place out of time, that exudes a magical atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. Definitely a destination to put on yur bucket list!