Well worth the small entry fee to see the interior of an interesting trullo home. Fascinating to see how it was used through the ages and adapted and added onto over time.
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This is the only two storey house in this area. It has been kept original and is a good example of how they used to live. Although this was one of the more wealthier families. Useful information boards throughout (in English). There was a small...More
Small museum for short visit in the biggest trullo in Alberobello. It stood out as the shifting point between when trulli was built for farmwork and peasants, and when trulli started to be built for the relatively wealthy. Really cheap entrance and worth seeing how...More
This old Trulli is beautifully preserved and wonderful to see, previously being a family home and in very good condition. Great to see the old rooms and the 2nd level. Rooms seem to have original type furniture in them. Costs €1.50 to enter from 10.00...More
Having booked a stay in a Trulli, it is a visit to yet another one but one that has been preserved as a Museum. Our Party enjoyed our visit there, one gets a good idea how people lived in these charming stone houses many moons...More
Interesting building concept involving the addition of a small second storey chamber. Worth a short visit if you are in the area.
Travel back in the past centuries where rural traditional habits ruled. Take a look of a perfectly restore and kept Trullo building. The very first 2-storey Trullo in the world. A must see if you visit Alberobello anytime soon... Enjoy it
This beautiful Trullo is set up as life would have been and there are boards in all the rooms in both Italian and English. We went in early June so it was very quiet and so added to the attraction. The fee was only €1.50...More