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A Regional Getaway: The Best Time to Visit Puglia, Italy

A Regional Getaway: The Best Time to Visit Puglia, Italy

If you’re looking for an Italian vacation that’s completely different from the crowded, commercialized spots near Rome and Florence, then you should consider visiting Puglia, Italy. This region has lots of things to do and see, but most importantly it has very few tourists, giving you the chance to really get immersed in Italian life and culture without fighting through throngs of tourists to take in the sites. So when should you go? Read on to find out!

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What it’s like when you first arrive
Despite being on the Tyrrhenian coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Palermo has a much more continental climate. Summers are long and hot with temperatures averaging in the high 20s Celsius (80s F) and winters are short but still relatively mild with temperatures averaging in the low 10s Celsius (50s F). One thing that is certain no matter what time of year you visit is that you will never be bored when exploring Palermo. With so many cultural destinations, landmarks, festivals and historical sites it’s impossible not to find something to do each day. For those seeking peace and relaxation there are parks like Giardino Inglese or Villa Comunale where you can take an afternoon nap or read a book under one of the hundreds of olive trees lining the streets.

How long to stay in Puglia
Puglia is a region in Southern Italy on the Adriatic Sea. If you’re looking for a regional getaway this time of year, then Puglia might be perfect for you! This region is often hailed as the heel of the boot and the hearth of Italian culture. It’s known for its small towns and well-preserved Baroque architecture.
Puglia is a coastal region with many beaches – both rocky and sandy. You’ll find people from all over the world here during their summer vacations. One of the best times to visit Puglia is during September when there are festivals celebrating everything from music to seafood. Of course, if you want to avoid the heat and crowds, you can always head inland for cooler weather but keep in mind that most historic buildings are located along the coast or near tourist destinations which means they may not be accessible by car.

Should you stay in a hotel or rent an apartment?
Renting an apartment is the best way to really immerse yourself in the culture of a place. You’ll be able to interact with locals and experience the city like a local. Plus, if you’re traveling with a friend or family member who doesn’t speak Italian or doesn’t want that experience, they’ll still have their own room and private space. It’s not uncommon for apartments to include basic cooking supplies like pots and pans, so it’s worth taking into account when deciding on how much food to bring. If you do stay at a hotel, make sure your travel agent knows what kind of accommodations you want so they can give you some options!

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What types of activities are there in Puglia?
Puglia is best known for its beaches, but there are a number of other worthwhile activities in the region. Some popular destinations that visitors should consider while they’re in Puglia include Alberobello (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Ostuni’s Via dei Cappuccini (a pedestrian-only street with shops and restaurants), the historic town of Lecce, Grottaglie’s natural thermal baths and its archaeological museum.

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