Puglia, the region of Italy located in Italy’s “heel”, is bordered by the Adriatic Sea and is home to the famous seaport town of Bari. It’s most famous feature is the well known trulli homes (cone shaped huts) but you will also find architecture ranging from medieval to Byzantine to Baroque, due to its many invaders. This is region is great to explore and has a much smaller number of tourists so it is easier to avoid the crowds coming from the States.

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