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Puglia-Question on Itinerary & Cooking Classes

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Hi everyone. My husband and I plan to take a trip to Puglia and Naples next September and we could use some input at this early stage. Our very rough itinerary looks like this:
Bari (1 night—necessary because we don’t want to rent and drive a rental car when we fly into Bari after a long flight from LAX)
Drive to Lecce (3-4 nights. Use as a base to see Otranto, Gallipoli etc.)
Drive to ??? in Puglia (3 nights. Use as base to visit Alberobello, Ostuni, Martina Franca etc.)
Drive to Matera (2 nights)
Drive to Naples (5 nights)
Does this rough itinerary make sense? Any suggestions for the second base in Puglia?

Finally, does anyone have recommendations for a cooking class(es) in Puglia? We had hoped to take a class with Awaiting Table in Lecce but their schedule is not meshing with ours. If you have any great food experiences to recommend as well, we’d love to hear them. Restaurants will be done later.

Thanks in advance.

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