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Showing reviews for Puglia: Cycle the Heel of Italy

Number of Reviews: 4 Overall score: *****
Cyclist by Trulli, Italy
Review posted by Penny Kinder
***** Written

Fantasic scenery, wonderful trip

We are a couple who went on the self guided heel of Italy cycling trip. We loved it, it was such a great experience, waking up every day and cycling in such a wonderful part of Italy. The first couple of days through olive groves and vineyards and the next days by the coast (which was my favourite as the scenery was amazing and stopping to swim in the coves that we came across was so much fun. Everyday we got to a great destination, and it was brilliant, just to have a wash and then go out and explore such wonderful and historic places. The hotels are a mixture of old and new, always in good locations. Breakfasts were full of different fruits, pastries, breads (loads of it to set us up for the day) I couldn't resist Italian ice cream and made sure I tried it every evening to check that it was still as delicious as the last place.
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Cyclist by Trulli, Italy
***** Written

PUGLIA: CYCLE THE HEEL OF ITALY

A lovely holiday in this beautiful unspoilt part of Italy. The accommodation and breakfasts usually excellent.
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Cyclist by Trulli, Italy
***** Written

PUGLIA: CYCLE THE HEEL OF ITALY

A really lovely part of the world and even nicer to see it from a bike!Each hotel base was in an interesting town with plenty to see and lots of great restaurants.Instructions were mostly easy to follow, we only made one mistake!Bikes, hmmm if you like orange boneshakers, ok!
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Cyclist by Trulli, Italy
***** Written

PUGLIA: CYCLE THE HEEL OF ITALY

The hotel in Alberobello was SUBSTANDARD- BAD.  Mucky, shower over the toilet, no bedside lights, bedding not clean- in fact appaling.  The other accomadation very good and luggage transfer excellent,
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Exodus Response

We are pleased that this client enjoyed the trip overall, but we were sorry to read the comments about the hotel in Alberobello. The 2013 hotel was in fact a series of converted trulli houses, which we thought was a nice touch, but it is clear that they were not enjoyed by many of our clients. We therefore made some quite significant changes to the itinerary at the end of 2013 and in 2014 we have been using different accommodation which has been well received.

Charlotte Taylor - Product Manager for self-guided cycling.

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