Tour TT-01- Turisina Global Megajaya

Tour TT-01 South Italy
Day 1 (D)
8.00 - Start from Rome
10.30 - Reggia di Caserta
13.00 - Free Lunch
16.30 - Castel del Monte
18.30 - Hotel in Bari
Day 2 (B/D)
8.30 - Depart for Alberobello
9.30 - Visit Alberobello
11.30 - Visit Matera
13.30 - Free lunch
14.30 - Depart for Hotel in Paestum
Day 3 (B)
8.30 - Visit Paestum
10.30 - Go to Amalfi Coast
13.00 - Free lunch
14.00 - Sorrento
16.00 - Return to Rome

Tour TT-01
Three days tour

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Day 1 - Reggia di Caserta
The Royal Palace of Caserta (Reggia di Caserta), famous for its massive size and opulent style, is a triumph of late Italian Baroque architecture. The largest royal residence in the world, the palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (549rev.), shares a number of features with the Palace of Versailles and is one of the most-visited monuments in southern Italy. 1200 rooms, 2 km of fountain system and more...
Day 1 - Castel del Monte
Castel del Monte, located in the municipality of Andria, rises on a rocky hill dominating the surrounding countryside of the Murgia region in southern Italy near the Adriatic Sea. A unique piece of medieval architecture, it was completed in 1240. The castle’s location, its perfect octagonal shape, as well as the mathematical and astronomical precision of its layout all reflect the broad education and cultural vision of its founder, Emperor Frederick II. UNESCO World Heritage site (398).
Day 2 - Alberobello
The trulli, typical limestone dwellings of Alberobello in the southern Italian region of Puglia, are remarkable examples of corbelled dry-stone construction, a prehistoric building technique still in use in this region. These structures, dating from as early as the mid-14th century, characteristically feature pyramidal, domed, or conical roofs built up of corbelled limestone slabs. Although rural trulli can be found all along the Itria Valley, their highest concentration and best preserved examples of this architectural form are in the town of Alberobello, where there are over 1500 structures in the quarters of Rione Monti and Aja Piccola. UNESCO World Heritage site (787).
Day 2 - Matera
For millenia, inhabitants of this region have carved dwelling directly into ravines and gullies made of tuff (or tufa), a characteristic honey-colored soft stone. These houses are called 'Sassi' and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago. Located in the southern Italian region of Basilicata, The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera comprises a complex of houses, churches, monasteries and hermitages built into the natural caves of the Murgia and is harmoniously integrated into the natural terrain and ecosystem.
UNESCO World Heritage site (670) and As of 1 January 2019 Matera (Italy) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture 2019 for one year.
Day 3 - Paestum
Paestum is a large ancient Greek city on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea in Magna Graecia (southern Italy). The ruins of Paestum are famous for their three ancient Greek temples in the Doric sequence, dating from around 600 to 450 BC, which are in very good condition. Awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage site (842) since 1998.
Day 3 - Costa Amalfitana
The Amalfi coast is an area of great physical beauty and natural diversity. It has been intensively settled by human communities since the early Middle Ages. There are a number of towns such as Amalfi and Ravello with architectural and artistic works of great significance. The rural areas show the versatility of the inhabitants in adapting their use of the land to the diverse nature of the terrain, which ranges from terraced vineyards and orchards on the lower slopes to wide upland pastures. UNESCO World Heritage site (830).