Alberobello is a small town in the southern Italian region of Puglia and is part of the Province of Bari. It’s famous the world over for its ancient mode of building construction know as trulli, which are part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites list since 1996!
When you first arrive in Alberobello, you have to find somewhere to park:
Alberobello from the modern part of the town looks just like any other sleepy southern Italian village…but there’s something to be sai about the roofing of the buildings near the “historical” center of town.
Here’s a detailed look at the roofing:
I hope you’ve had a nice walk with me through the trulli of Alberobello…next week, Padova!