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All reviews white city old city beautiful town narrow streets shops and restaurants the main square adriatic sea take your time certainly worth a visit steep hill big piazza walk up visit ostuni martina franca couple of hours free parking few hours
Definitely worth an excursion, needs a good half day to experience the winding streets , interesting buildings a the wonderful views from the ramparts.
We experienced a very good restaurant there as an added bonus.
We visited Ostuni from Martina Franca which is about a 45 minutes drive. We had no trouble parking in a large car park at Salvatotore Tommasi. Here you can pick up one of the local tutus to take in or around the town. We walked...More
Nice place, great for a half day visit or make a day if you fancy doing one the great restaurants here.
Hill top town/City with great history and old buildings. There are traditional winding Puglian streets to explore and good gift shops.
A little touristy...More
Nice 👍 old town with all the white buildings, you have to climb lots of stairs up and down. You will get a gorgeous view from the top. Lots of small stores, cafes , tavernas ,pizza bars & restaurants . Quite impressive history of this...More
One of the best historical city center of South Italy. Apulia is always a beautiful surprise. This can be considered the symbol of its beauty. The white of the houses, the narrow lanes and the incredible landscape are what make this precious gem standing out...More
Having read about it and seeing the whitewashed walls from a distance, I was looking forward to visiting. We parked in the street of the new town and strolled through to the piazza in front of the town hall, peering into the adjoining chiesa di...More
Ostuni is beautiful. Worth visiting. Of course that means that hundreds of other tourists do the same each day. Wander through the old town. It’s not for the faint-hearted as the streets are steep and winding. There are lots of quaint places to stop for...More
The medieval 'city' of Ostuni is an impressive sight, with the old quarter impressively atop one of the three hills, with the more modern spread across another two.
Well defined city walls and a maze of old narrow streets come alive in the evening, when...More