Alberobello, from Bari

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  • Duration 4 hours
  • Level low
  • Restrictions The duration of the excursion is approximate, it will be subject to the time of arrival of the ship and disembarkation of the passengers.
  • Dress Wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking
  • Type Easy, panoramic, cultural level.
  • Size Standard
  • Food/Beverage Standard
  • Leaves from cruise port



We propose you in this excursion a nice visit to the old and small Italian city of Alberobello. Inhabited in its beginnings by humble peasants, authors of the famous "trulli", it was declared a World Heritage Site in 1996.

From your stopover in Bari you can discover the fantastic village of Alberobello, on a tour that is among the favorites of those who travel on cruises in Italy. Surprise yourself with its "trullos", or trulli in Italian; These small whitewashed limestone cabins with conical roofs will take you back 5 centuries, and you will discover how peasants lived in the Middle Ages. You will even see the church of San Antonio, also a "trulli" construction of the time, of a singular plastic beauty.

Be sure to visit Alberobello on your Italy cruise. Come on a different and attractive excursion, and get a nice memory of this beautiful region.




Arrival at the port of Bari.

Departure of the Excursion. The guide will wait for you at the port with the “Shorexc” sign.

The journey from the port to Alberobello takes place through the Apulian countryside.

Once in the city, we can walk through its streets, admiring the beauty and typicality of the "Trulli". This type of construction dates from the 16th century, and they are houses built of stone and dry earth and today they are an example of popular Italian architecture.

This visit will allow us to see the Siamese Trullo and the "trulli" Church of San Antonio.

In free time we can enjoy the gastronomy and crafts of the place.

Return to the ship.

End of the Excursion.



$55,00 $52,00 Free
                                  Price when a 49-seater bus is completed

More Info:

  1. Trulli Architecture: Alberobello is famous for its trulli, traditional Apulian dry stone huts with conical roofs. These unique structures create a fairytale-like atmosphere and are a UNESCO World Heritage site.

  2. Unique Cultural Experience: The trulli architecture is specific to this region, providing visitors with a one-of-a-kind cultural experience. Walking through the narrow streets and exploring these ancient dwellings gives insight into the local history and way of life.

  3. Trullo Sovrano: Visit Trullo Sovrano, the only two-story trullo in Alberobello. It has been converted into a museum, offering a deeper understanding of the construction and history of these iconic buildings.

  4. Rione Monti: Explore the Rione Monti district, which is the main trulli area in Alberobello. Stroll through the winding streets, visit small shops, and enjoy the charming ambiance of this historic neighborhood.

  5. Local Cuisine: Experience the local cuisine in Alberobello, which includes regional specialties such as orecchiette pasta, burrata cheese, and taralli (savory snacks). Many restaurants offer authentic Apulian dishes.

  6. Craftsmanship: Learn about the traditional craftsmanship involved in building and maintaining the trulli. Some workshops allow you to see artisans at work and purchase handmade souvenirs.

  7. Wine Tasting: Apulia is known for its wines, and Alberobello is a great place to taste local varieties. Visit a local winery to sample wines like Primitivo and Negroamaro.

  8. Festivals and Events: Depending on when you visit, you may have the opportunity to participate in local festivals and events. These celebrations often include music, dance, and traditional rituals.

  9. Scenic Countryside: The surrounding countryside of Alberobello is picturesque, with olive groves and vineyards dotting the landscape. Consider taking a scenic drive or bike ride to appreciate the rural beauty.

  10. Alberobello Light Festival: If visiting during the holiday season, experience the Alberobello Light Festival when the trulli are illuminated with festive lights, creating a magical atmosphere.

  11. Proximity to Other Towns: Alberobello is well-connected to other charming towns in Apulia. Consider exploring nearby destinations such as Ostuni, Martina Franca, and Locorotondo.



  •  Bus.
  • Guide in Spanish.


 Price does not include:
Tickets. If there are any, they are paid on the site.


  •  Discount for children, applied only to individual excursions.
  • Not combinable with other offers.
  • It is essential to send a copy of the child's Identity Document.
  • From 13 years pay as an adult.
  • 4 hour excursion.

 The duration of the excursion is approximate, it will be subject to the time of arrival of the ship and disembarkation of the passengers.

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