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Please help with cities to visit in Puglia

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We will be in Puglia for a week September 14-21. This will be our first time in that part of Italy and we are very much looking forward to it - but I'm a little intimidated trying to come up with an itinerary.

We are 2 couples in our 50's - We rented a Trullo just outside Cisternino and that will be our base for the week. This week comes after a week in San Sebastian Spain and then a week in Umbria. We will have a car and love food, wine and countryside.

How would you rank the nearby towns in terms of must-see?

On my list are: Ostuni, Polignano a Mare, Alberobello, Monopoly, Lecce... I'd love to visit Matera but don't know if that's too far. We don't want to be in a car all day long...

Any recommendations on places to visit and great restaurants are appreciated.

I am considering doing a tour one day using toursbylocals to visit a few wineries, wine harvest and maybe have a meal. Has anyone had any experience with them, or another tour guide to recommend?

Thanks - Patty

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