“La ruota gira per tutti”, si usa dire e stavolta è toccato alla Puglia. Ma è un caso se dal 2015 questa regione ha cominciato a mettersi in luce, anzi, a brillare di luce propria, rispetto agli anni precedenti, nello…
Castel del Monte stands lonely on a hill in the Apulian Murgia. 540 metres above sea level; the most famous monument dating from the times of Swabian Emperor Frederick II was included in the world heritage protected by the Unesco.
Apulia’s traditional cooking owes its success to the region’s most basic products: durum wheat, tomatoes, olive oil and wine. Each of these staple ingredients is at the basis of a great number of dishes that enrich the local cuisine.
The tombs found within the urban area suggest the presence of an ancient Apulian settlement which was probably repopulated in the Middle Ages by the inhabitants of Egnazia, which had been completely destroyed.