Puglia Train Holidays 2024/2025
Lose yourself in the ‘wine cellar of Italy’, Puglia, a region of historic towns, rugged coastlines and leafy olive groves. Pleasant villages, olive groves, a vineyard or two – you’ll truly fall in love with Puglia when travelling by rail. The coastal route between Polignano a Mare and Lecce is an absolute must.
13 Days from £2,465PP
Immerse yourself in culture on the unspoilt 'heel' of Italy, a rugged, rural and breathtakingly beautiful area. We tour the ancient city of Rome before travelling through the olive groves, vineyards and almond trees of a region referred to as 'the breadbasket of Italy' on a wonderful adventure exploring Puglia & Basilicata.
8 days from £1,165 per person
Explore the heel of Italy on this 8-day holiday that visits some of the country's lesser-known towns and villages. Discover the time-honoured traditions of quaint Nardò, Otranto and Gallipoli, see Alberobello's unique trulli, and spend free time relaxing on the idyllic Salento coast.
8 days from £1,150pp
Lose yourself in the ‘wine cellar of Italy’, Puglia, a region of historic towns, rugged coastlines and leafy olive groves. Visit the grand port city of Bari, explore the fascinating ancient dwellings of Matera and Alberobello, and take in the Baroque splendour of Lecce on this all-inclusive adventure.
Puglia Rail Tours
Puglia All Inclusive
Puglia offers all the charms of an Italian holiday – pretty whitewashed villages, fascinating historical sites and gorgeous countryside – without the heaving crowds that the country’s mainstream tourist destinations draw. This eight-day holiday introduces Puglia’s highlights, including ancient, UNESCO-listed sites at Matera and Alberobello, the cultural charms of Bari and the stunning Baroque architecture of Lecce, known by many as ‘the Florence of the South’.
Unwind in Unspoilt Puglia
From the majesty of Rome to the unspoilt Puglia countryside, with plenty of stops for pizza, pasta and of course, a wine tasting or two – this tour of the ‘heel’ of Italy hits all the right spots. Take in Rome’s unmissable monuments before exploring ancient cave dwellings in Sassi, cruising the breathtaking Gargano Peninsula and discovering the azure waters of Puglia’s uncrowded coastline.