Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Info on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Puglia AKA Apulia, Italy


Here are some links on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Puglia AKA Apulia, Italy:


  • Apulia Guide Italy – "Puglia makes up the southeast part of the Italian peninsula. A land of contrasts and abundance, bathed by the Ionic and the Adriatic seas, Puglia offers tourists more than 800 km of coastline, surrounded by vast expanses of wheat fields, gardens, olive groves and vineyards, all flourishing under the glorious Mediterranean sun." – "" – Source: – "You're going to love this Italian portal, because it's just like having a guidebook at hand, free and always up to date."
  • PUGLIA – "Browse our collection of features on Puglia" – "" – Source: Condé Nast Traveller – "Luxury Travel Magazine | Travel Guides"
  • Puglia Travel Guide – "Overview | Hotels | Restaurants | Things to do | Trips | Articles | See Area Guides" – "" – Source: TRAVEL + LEISURE – "World Travel Guides, Articles, and Information"
  • The Think Puglia guide to all that's best about Puglia, Italy – "Guide to Puglia" – "Finding good information on Puglia or Apulia as it also known is more difficult than other areas of Italy. So we've spent some time putting together our guide to the great and good of the 'heel of Italy'. You'll find info the geography and history of the area, as well as where you can find the Trulli! You can also download our App for iPhone and iPad which contains all the information in this guide as well as lots of stunning photographs." – Source: Found in the Think Puglia section of The Thinking Traveller – "" – In English, French, German
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  • Apulia's Official Tourism Portal – " beach, holiday, art, history, wine and food, handicraft, ... And if you are on a business travel, here you will find everything you need; congress ... Audio-visual guides, leaflets, thematic maps, brochures: download" – "" – Source: web site – "" – In English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
  • Puglia tourist information – "Strange little trullo houses, beautiful baroque Lecce, fortresses, white hill-towns, caves and rocky seashores..." – Source: Italy Heaven – "Italy Travel, Holiday and Tourism Guide"
  • Region Puglia (Apulia), Italy – "The territory of Puglia (or Apulia in English), the easternmost region in Italy, is a long, narrow peninsula, bordered by two seas, the Ionian and Adriatic, with the longest coastline in the Italian peninsula" – "" – Source: Italy World Club – "Your Guide to Italy: Regions & Places, Culture, Accommodation & more..."
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That's it for Wednesday, 21 January 2015: mercoledi, 21 gennaio 2015

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