Italy's New Hot Spot

Once Italy's best kept secret, Puglia is now on the radar of savvy, sophisticated travelers. Long a destination where Italians went to get away, drawn to the 500 miles of lovely coastline and mild Mediterranean climate, Puglia still maintains an old-world charm. Locals still live off the land and Puglia's peasant food—cucina povera—remains legendary. Be sure to taste orecchiette, pizzete and taralli (Italy's answer to pretzels). Alternate days with sun and sand and cultural excursions to ornate churches and ancient ruins.

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In winter months of December and January, expect highs of 57 and lows of 3. In summer months of July and August, expect highs of 90 and lows of 63. 
Fly into Brindisi Airport (BDS) or Bari Airport (BRI).  
Members will receive two local cell phones pre-programmed with their Local Host’s phone number for their convenience.

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