Recommended start time3 or 5pm
Burrata & Trulli Houses
If you didn’t already know, the irresistible burrata cheese comes from Puglia. Mozzarella’s wildly indulgent cousin, burrata cheese is found almost exclusively in Puglia and is very popular with all visitors
Enter a fairytale land this afternoon. In Alberobello, the streets are lined with trulli houses: dry-stone houses with conical roofs that dot the landscape in their hundreds. These unique houses are surprisingly ingenious structures, complete with their own rainwater collection and storage. Due to its precious architecture and heritage, the town was granted UNESCO status in 1997. Stroll along the picturesque winding alleys with our expert guide and step into another world, full of folklore and traditions.
Burrata is the wildly indulgent cousin of Mozzarella. In this deep-dive into the food traditions of the region, you will enjoy an authentic ‘zero food miles’ experience. The cows live here, are milked here and the cheese is made on site. Not only that, but the farming family has been raising dairy cows here for generations. Meet the cheese-artisan who creates magic out of milk and twist knots of fresh mozzarella beneath your very eyes. Get hands-on and try making the cheese if you wish. For everyone, there will be a delicious tasting at the farm’s family table to conclude the visit. Enjoy a light tasting of the freshest cheese you will ever taste.
- Expert guide to accompany you throughout the experience
- In-depth guided tour of Alberobello
- Private hands-on burrata-making experience at a local dairy farm
- Tasting of the farm’s produce
- Private transportation
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