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All reviewswhite cityold citybeautiful townnarrow streetsshops and restaurantsthe main squareadriatic seatake your timecertainly worth a visitsteep hillbig piazzawalk upvisit ostunimartina francacouple of hoursfree parkingfew hours
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
We visited Ostuni on a hot August day. It seems very touristy in the beginning- and it is- and a bit like a 2nd rate Santorini, but it's better than that. We parked on the main street leading to Piazza della Liberta, about 10 minutes...More
We did a quick tour (60 minutes) with a Italian tuktuk. This takes you through the old center at warp speed. Also it is much less warm in summer, which is nice. The city itself was nice to walk around.
The wife and I visited in June and found the city layout a bit confusing, but the Italians don't and that's what matters.
You must have a map here, but there are plenty of tourist places to supply you with one for free, you just...More