Cisternino

In The Heart Of Trulli Area

Tours stopping in Cisternino

Cisternino is in the heart of Puglia’s trulli area. It represents a charming location to discover the bizarre architectural systems which are characterized with the aid of their cone-fashioned roofs.
It is indexed as one of the most beautiful small cities in Italy.

The end result of this town’s story is an exciting medieval historic center full of charming alleyways with archways that wind via the narrow bleached streets fronted through staircases, with balconies awash in vegetation and function little courtyards.

The most important places to visit are the 13th century Church of San Nicola, the squares Torre Civica and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, the heart of the metropolis.
There are also several noble palaces across the village, maximum notably the Palazzo Vescovile, constructed in 1560 in overdue Renaissance style, and Palazzo Amato, a extra opulent mansion with a cylindrical tower and arcaded balcony.

The city has an energetic evening passeggiata while the residents exit and walk for a chat or an aperitivo. There are masses of cafes and eating places, which include a local peculiarity – macelleria-eateries, meat markets wherein you pick what you want and they grill or roast it for you while you wait.