Beyond Puglia’s crowded hotspots, there are nature reserves, dramatic caves, medieval quarters and several hundred miles of coastline to enjoy, not to mention the region’s star attraction: fantastic food!
The southern region of Italy, the heel of the boot if you will, is called Puglia – Apulia – and it is officially one of the most beautiful places on earth. Here are 20 reasons why you have to go.
The Huffington Post, the popular American online newspaper, has classified the Puglia region among the "15 Places to go before they get Famous"!
Great success for the first event, called "Sapori di Puglia", organized by Arrivederci Puglia Travel with its partners, in a restaurant in the center of Prague!
National Geographic Traveler presents the New Year's must-see places. From Argentina to Oz, the final lineup reflects what’s authentic, culturally rich, sustainably minded—and, of course, superlative in the world of travel today.
Food & Wine by Anya von Bremzen
A writer zooms down the Autostrada from Rome for a few days in Puglia and has one of the best gastronomic weekends of her life.
I was sipping walnut liqueur at an old café in the obscure Italian town of Altamura when I realized that, in the middle of nowhere, I'd just had one of the best food days of my life. And I had figured out why stylish Romans are spending their weekends in Puglia, the formerly destitute but agriculturally rich region in southern Italy.
The New York Times by Danielle Pergament
Disappointment swept across the table. Daniela, our waitress, with tight jeans and
dyed pink hair, hovered over our table, shaking her head. “I trying to warn you,”
she scolded. There were dozens of bowls of antipasto unfinished, many of them untouched.
She just shook her head some more. “I leaving and you eating. Now.” With a nod that
smacked of finality, she turned and sashayed back to the kitchen.
The New York Times by Gina Kolata
About 30 percent of heart attacks, strokes and deaths from heart disease can be prevented in people at high risk if they switch to a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts, beans, fish, fruits and vegetables, and even drink wine with meals, a large and rigorous new study has found
Wine Enthusiast Magazine by MONICA LARNER
This magical wine destination is a thin peninsula packed tight with stunning beauty and surrounded by some of the bluest waters in Europe.
Wine Enthusiast Magazineby Wine Enthusiast Editors
From classic regions to lesser-known corners, our editors select this year’s best in wine, food and cultural adventure.