This is a guide on how to get from Rome to Puglia, Italy?
Puglia is a southern region of Italy and occupies the ‘heel’ of the peninsula’s boot, bathed by the Adriatic and Ionic Seas.
When thinking about Puglia, it’s not possible to not imagine expanses of olive trees, magnificent beaches and turquoise sea, small villages dotted with whitewashed houses and the famous ‘trulli’ from Alberobello!
The region is one of the top holiday destinations for thousands of Italian tourists, in particular those coming from the north, but it’s getting more and more popular among international visitors too.
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Rome to Puglia
We’ve already give our recommendation on how many days to spend in Rome but if you’re now wondering how to get from Rome to Puglia, then keep reading this post to learn all the best and possible ways to get there.
Is Puglia Worth Visiting?
Puglia is a spectacular land, and in many ways, a bridge between West and East traditions and way of living.
There are many reasons to visit Puglia, but we’ll mention just 3 that we’re pretty sure that are going to make you book your next trip to Puglia!
Here are our 3 reasons to visit Puglia from Rome: