Alberobello is one of the cutest towns ever and I'm so glad I got to visit.
Alberobello is a town in the Puglia region of Italy, which is in the south, just north of the heel of the boot.
The closest airports are in Bari and Brindisi. There is a train that goes from Bari Centrale to Alberobello for less than €5. Having a car in this town isn't really necessary because it's so tiny and walkable. However, there's plenty of parking and there are no ZTLs on the way so the driving is easy and smooth. By the way, if you drive into a ZTL (Zona Traffico Limitado) you will be fined a lot of money so be wary.
WHERE TO STAY
Trulli Holiday. Trulli are from the 14th century and they're the traditional hut of the Puglia region with a signature conical roof. The roofs are finished with carved stone, which is a mark of the craftsman who built the hut.
You don't need anything more than your own two feet to get around here, as the town is quite small and easily walkable. There's v. little vehicle traffic and everyone walks.
DO, SEE, & EAT
Just walking around the two trulli neighborhoods - Aia Piccolo and Rione Monti - is the best part. Aia Piccolo is the residential area and there are several picturesque trulli with wildflower-filled meadows. Rione Monti is the commercial area and there are little shops for souvenirs and eateries.
Museo del Territorio and do a little learning.