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Trattoria Terra Madre

Vegetables take pride of place in Italian kitchens, especially at this enthusiastic vegtarian-ish (some meat is served) restaurant. The farm-to-table ethos rules – most of what you eat comes from the organic garden …
Area in Alberobello

Rione Aia Piccola

On the eastern side of Via Indipendenza is Rione Aia Piccola. This neighbourhood is much less commercialised than Rione Monti, with 400 trulli, many still used as family dwellings. You can climb up for a rooftop vie…
Area in Alberobello

Rione Monti

Within the old town quarter of Rione Monti more than 1000 trulli cascade down the hillside, many of which are now souvenir shops. The area is surprisingly quiet and atmospheric in the late evening, once the gaudy st…
Museum in Alberobello

Trullo Sovrano

Trullo Sovrano dates in parts to the early 17th century­, and is Alberobello's only two-floor trullo. Built by a wealthy priest’s family, it’s now a small 'living' museum recreating trullo life, with sweet, rounded …
Italian in Alberobello

Il Poeta Contadino

Vegetarians can be pleased here, as vegetables step timidly out of the contorni shadow, into the primi limelight. Alongside the swordfish, shrimp and clams that predominate, you'll find a flan of cave-aged cheese, c…
Trattoria in Alberobello

Trattoria Amatulli

The cheerily cluttered interior of this excellent trattoria is papered with photos of smiley diners, obviously put in the best mood by dishes like orecchiette scure con cacioricotta pomodoro e rucola ('little ears' …
Italian in Alberobello

La Cantina

Although tourists have discovered this place, located to the side of a little Doric temple, it has maintained the high standards established back in 1958. There are just seven tables (book ahead), and staff serve de…