Italian Towns You’ve Probably Never Heard of, but Are Worth a Visit

Making a bucket list of all the places to visit can be fun, but the real adventure is in the places you have no idea even exist on our planet. Here are our favorite lesser-known Italian towns that need definitely more attention.

Tropea, Calabria

This gem is hidden in southern Italy, away from most tourists but perfect for a summer vacation. Spend your days on sandy beaches, eat delicious food in local restaurants, and enjoy walking through the old town.

Alberobello, Puglia

Alberobello is a town near the city of Bari, also located in southern Italy. The town has many narrow streets and squares you can explore. In 1996, it became a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Bergamo, Lombardy

While Milan is the star of the Lombardy region, you should definitely check out Bergamo. Beautiful cobblestone streets and Venetian walls offer an amazing experience in one of the most romantic cities of Italy.