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Explore Puglia and surroundings

Puglia has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy, offering tourists a wide choice of places to visit.

Wonderful sea, beaches, hills and valleys, UNESCO sites, monuments and good food are the keywords of Puglia, which offers excellence in everything.

For this reason Itanata offers tourists a complete  tour guide service, in Puglia and around, as there are also many other places adjacent to Puglia such as Matera etc. Itanata offers translation and tourist guide services in the following locations:

Bari Guided Tour

Built on the coast, Bari is the capital of the Puglia region, as well as the ninth largest city in Italy. Read more…

Alberobello

Everyone knows the trulli, rural and precarious houses, built with only local stone, with their white walls, conical roofs and now become an icon of Puglia. Read more…

Matera (Basilicata)

Matera is a whole cave city on the hill of Murj. Its unique ancient quarters – Sassi di Matera, since 1993 declared by UNESCO the heritage of all mankind. Read more…

Polignano

Visit the pearl of the Adriatic! Washed by the Adriatic Sea, Polignano suspends itself on the sea. Read more…

Monopoli

Monopoli is a truly magical city, its white coastal district has an incredible charm dismayed by places reminiscent of the cities of Tunisia or Morocco. Read more…

Ostuni

Located 42 km from Brindisi, Ostuni rises on the Valle D’Itria at 218 meters from the sea and on its coast the famous Blue Flag flies. Read more…

Castellana Grotte

Excursion to the underground karst caves of Castellana Grotte. Read more…

Zoo Safari

Zoosafari is a very interesting and fascinating place. In this zoo, animals do not live in cages, but in freedom. Read more…

Trani

Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Trani boasts one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Puglia, a very suggestive historic center and a wonderful city port. Read more…

Castel del Monte

The most mysterious place in Puglia. This is a magnificent castle built on top of a high hill at the request of Emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen. Read more…

Altamura

In the center of the Bari hinterland, 50 km from the regional capital, that is Bari, on the border with the Basilicata region, stands the city of Altamura. Read more…

Lecce

Lecce, nicknamed “The Florence of the South” because of its history and tradition that has no equal, if not with Florence. Read more…

Gallipoli

The Pearl of the Ionian sea. Read more…

Otranto

Otranto is the easternmost city in Italy, one of the most beloved by tourists in the Salento region. Read more…

Monte Sant’Angelo

The city of Archangel Michael, a UNESCO monument. Read more…

Locorotondo

It is situated between Martina Franca and Alberobello in the Valle d’Itria, a green stretch of countryside dotted with the famous whitewashed cone-roofed trulli houses. Read more…

Tenute Albano

Visit tenute Albano of the famous Apulian Singer of “felicità”. Read more…