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Puglia forms the heel of the peninsular 'boot' of Italy, looking onto the Ionian and Adriatic seas, with Bari traditionally being the bridge to Greece and the Middle East. Of Bari the locals say 'If Paris was by the sea, it would be like a small Bari' - but then they're noted for their civic pride and sense of humour. As a relatively new addition to the list of budget-flight destinations (along with Brindisi), you're better placed than ever before to make up your own mind.
Along with the splendid hexagonal Castel del Monte, Puglia is perhaps best known for its trulli, centred around the town of Alberobello, recently become a UNESCO world heritage site.
A trullo has a cone-shaped roof, often crowned with a globe of stone atop a (usually) cube-shaped base.