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Puglia itinerary--2 weeks

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I am working out our itinerary for mid May and have come up with the following ideas:
2 nights Trani (arrive in Bari late afternoon, get car and drive to Trani)
3 nights Ostuni (2?)
3 nights Lecce (4?)
2 nights Galipoli
2 nights Matera (drive to airport from there--flight is at noon)

Does the number of nights in each place seem reasonable? Thought we would tour Trani for a day and then see Polignano a Mare or Grotte di Castellana on the way to Ostuni. From Ostuni, we could tour Alberobello, Locorotundo and Martina Franca. We could stay in Lecce a few days and tour some of the area from there and then drive to Gallipoli and see areas there before heading to Matera.

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