TourCrafters Launches Apulia, Italy Discovery Package


Apulia, called “Puglia” by the Italians, is the heel of Italy‘s boot and is a sunny picturesque southern region – full of white beaches and azure sea, vineyards and olive groves, castles and cathedrals, ancient towns with beehive-shaped trulli and rustic restaurants with flavorful cuisine. Since Apulia warms sooner than the rest of Italy, it is a perfect time to take advantage of a fantastic package by TourCrafters, Italy and Europe tour specialists based in Illinois, U.S.

The Apulia Discovery Package

Castel del MonteThe 8-day/7-night, land-only Apulia Discovery package, which is valid from April 1 to December 31, starts at only $549 and includes accommodations at the 4-star Hotel Corte Altavilla, daily breakfast, eight days of car rental and hotel service charges and taxes. The hotel, in the historic town of Conversano, is a collection of medieval dwellings that have been renovated into a charming hotel with rooms, suites and apartments.

Eight days allows hedonists to simply relax and enjoy Apulia, and rental car allows energetic sightseers to visit the region’s many marvels: the lively town of Bari, Trani’s beautiful cathedral, Alberobello’s beehive-shaped trulli houses, the white town of Ostuni, the caves of Castellana, the 13th-century Castel del Monte and the marvellously Baroque town of Lecce.

All prices are per person based on double occupancy and are subject to availability. Due to the exchange rate, the prices are also subject to change. Reservations must be paid for within 72 hours of booking. TourCrafters will find the best available air fare to go with this package or travelers can make use of their frequent flyer miles.

For additional information about this and other money-saving TourCrafters packages, please visit .

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