The road that leads to Locorotondo, a hilltop village in Puglia, the heel of Italy
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10 Things to Do in Locorotondo That Will Make You Fall in Love With Puglia

Looking for things to do in Locorotondo, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy?

With its circular layout of narrow, concentric streets, traditional white houses, and breathtaking views of the countryside, Locorotondo is a picturesque destination that will leave you breathless.

The town’s name comes from the Latin Locus Rotundus, which means “round place”, and its unique architecture is a sight to behold.

Explore the town’s rich history and culture, sample the delicious local cuisine, and take in the stunning views that surround you.

Locorotondo is a hidden gem that you won’t want to miss!

It is located on a hilltop in the heart of the Itria Valley, a stunning area in Puglia with some of the world’s most unusual landscapes.

This charming village is renowned for its rich history, delicious food and wine, breathtaking scenery, artisanal crafts, and warm hospitality.

In this blog post, I’ll take you on a journey through the top 5 reasons to visit Locorotondo and show you why this hidden gem should be at the top of your travel bucket list.

From exploring the mediaeval architecture and tasting the local delicacies to hiking in the nearby countryside and experiencing the warmth of the locals, Locorotondo is a destination that will capture your heart and soul.

So pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure in one of Italy’s most beautiful villages.

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Why you should visit Locorotondo

Locorotondo is still unknown to mass tourism, and this alone should be a good reason to visit. 

However, here are 5 more reasons why Locorotondo should be on your travel bucket list:

Rich History: Locorotondo is a town steeped in history, with roots that date back to the medieval era. 

It’s worth taking some time to explore the town’s many churches and other historic buildings. 

Wander the ancient streets and discover its architectural gems, including the Church of St. George and the Palazzo Morelli, which boasts stunning frescoes and artwork.

Wine and Food: Puglia is known for its fresh, flavorful cuisine, and Locorotondo is no exception.

Be sure to try some of the local specialties, like the “bombette,” mouth-watering meat rolls stuffed with bacon and caciocavallo cheese, a local specialty from the Itria Valley, which are absolutely delicious!

Bombette, mouth-watering meat rolls stuffed with bacon and caciocavallo cheese, a local specialty from the Itria Valley, Locorotondo, Puglia region of Italy
Bombette with grilled vegetables

Another must-try is the “tridd,” which is handmade pasta made with durum wheat semolina and eggs.

It’s then seasoned with pecorino cheese, chopped parsley, and turkey broth (which is also served with it).

Trust me, it’s incredible.

And if you’re a fan of baked goods, you’ve got to try the “focacce paesane da forno” (baked focaccia).

And of course, you can’t visit this region without trying the traditional Apulian orecchiette.

They’re famous throughout the entire area, and for good reason – they’re seriously tasty!

You can taste the local specialty, maybe paired with a crisp white wine.

You can take a cooking class to learn the secrets of Italian cuisine while indulging in local delicacies.

Check availability here!

Breathtaking Scenery: Locorotondo is built on a hillside, giving you sweeping views of the surrounding valley and picturesque countryside, olive groves, and vineyards.

Make sure to wander around the winding streets and take in the views from different vantage points.

You can also take a bike ride and discover the beauty of the Itria Valley. Check availability here!

Artisanal Crafts: Locorotondo is famous for its artisanal crafts, including pottery, lacework, and weaving. 

Visit local workshops and learn from skilled artisans who have been practicing their crafts for generations.

Warm Hospitality: The people of Locorotondo are known for their warm hospitality and friendliness. 

You’ll be welcomed with open arms and treated like family, making your stay in this charming village truly unforgettable.

Here are the top things to do in Locorotondo:

Wander around the historic center

The historic center of Locorotondo is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys lined with whitewashed houses with flower-filled balconies. 

The town’s circular layout is unique and adds to the charm of the place. 

The village is renowned for its charming houses featuring sloping roofs, locally known as “cummerse,” which are covered with limestone slabs called “chiancarelle.”

Take a stroll through the historic center to get a feel for the town’s character and admire the beautiful architecture.

Explore the historic center with a local guide and end your tour with a mozzarella tasting experience at a local dairy farm. Check availability here!

Things to do in Locorotondo: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II the heart of the historic centre, with an hay ball decorated with lace.
Hay ball decorated with lace in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele

Be sure not to miss Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, the elegant hub of the old town.

This is a very picturesque and charming corner of the village, ideal for sitting and having a coffee before beginning to explore the village and getting a sense of the beauty of Locorotondo.

Don’t miss Palazzo Morelli (Morelli Palace)

Palazzo Morelli is a stunning architectural gem that should not be missed when visiting Locorotondo. 

This beautiful structure is hard to miss due to its striking Baroque architecture and intricate window decorations that stand out in stark contrast to the surrounding white and simple buildings in the historic center.

The palace, which was once the noble residence of the Morelli family, has a rich history that dates back many centuries.

As you approach Palazzo Morelli, you’ll immediately notice the intricate details and ornate embellishments that adorn its facade.

The entrance is particularly noteworthy, as it features a grand entranceway that is framed by beautiful columns and adorned with intricate carvings.

Above the entrance, you’ll see the Morelli family coat of arms, which is a testament to the building’s rich history and heritage.

Admire Locorotondo Clock Tower (Torre dell’Orologio)

Morelli Palace in Locorotondo, an ancient palace with flower-filled balconies and in the background the Clock Tower (Torre dell'orologio also known as Torre Civica
Palazzo Morelli facade with the Clock Tower in the background

The Clock Tower, which dates back to the 18th century and was once the seat of the local university, is one of the most notable landmarks.

The Clock Tower dominates the town’s skyline, standing proudly next to the Baroque Palazzo Morelli and Palazzo Comunale, which now serves as the Civic Library. 

Surprisingly, the clock on the tower was not originally located there, but rather on the bell tower of San Giorgio’s Mother Church.

In addition to the clock, the tower’s top was adorned with the construction of a circular colonnade, which added to its grandeur. 

The tower now houses Locorotondo’s historical archive as well as the Center for Archaeological Documentation on the Neolithic Grofoleo Settlement.

Visit Locorotondo’s beautiful Churches

Locorotondo is home to several beautiful churches, but there are three that stand out from the rest: Chiesa Madre di San Giorgio, Chiesa San Rocco, and Chiesa della Madonna Greca.

Each of these churches has its own unique charm and historical significance.

Chiesa Madre di San Giorgio is a church with Neoclassical architecture and Baroque decorations that dates back to the 18th century.

It was built on top of two smaller churches, the foundations of one of which can still be seen today.

It’s worth going inside to see the paintings, which date back to the late 17th century.

It is located in the heart of the town and is a prominent landmark.

Chiesa San Rocco, on the other hand, is a 17th-century church dedicated to Saint Rocco, who is credited with saving the city from a plague epidemic that struck several areas of Apulia, including nearby Fasano, in the 17th century.

Several buildings were erected as a sign of veneration, the last of which was demolished in 1804 to make way for the current church, of which only one statue of the saint remains, now displayed atop the lantern.

The church has a simple yet elegant facade and is worth a visit.

But the most impressive church in Locorotondo is the Madonna della Greca Church.

This church is the oldest in the town, dating back to the 12th century.

It is a Romanesque-style church and one of the most visited churches in town.

Its interior is adorned with beautiful frescoes and intricate stonework, making it a must-see attraction.

While visiting these churches, it’s important to be respectful of the sacred spaces and dress appropriately.

You can attend the regular masses, enjoy the beauty of the architecture, and take some time to reflect and appreciate the cultural and historical significance of these landmarks.

Take in the view from Villa Comunale

Villa Comunale in Locorotondo offer breathtaking view over the surrounding countryside
Villa Comunale Belvedere

Make sure to check out the municipal villa located at the entrance of the historic center near Piazzetta Vittorio Emanuele. 

It’s a great spot for locals to hang out and for visitors to take a break and enjoy the surroundings. 

This public garden was built in the mid-1800s on a hill overlooking the town and is well-maintained and inviting. 

If you venture beyond the railing, you’ll find a network of paths leading to a flat area that was once used as a summer dance hall. 

So, take a stroll through the garden and explore the paths for a bit of local history!

Visit Trullo Marziolla

If you’re exploring the area around Locorotondo, you simply can’t miss the Trullo Marziolla, which is one of the oldest known trulli in the Itria Valley. 

This charming trullo, dating back to 1559, is located on the road that connects San Marco and Locorotondo. 

But that’s not all! 

This picturesque area is also home to some of Puglia’s oldest documented trulli. 

As you wander through the region, you’ll be surrounded by vineyards, majestic oaks, and an abundance of wild plants that are typical of Mediterranean vegetation.

Stroll along Locorotondo Lungomare

This is a bit confusing, as Lungomare means “seafront” in Italian, and Locorotondo isn’t located by the sea.

Locals, on the other hand, call Via Nardelli, the street that connects Villa Comunale (the lovely panoramic garden) to the market square, Lungomare.

It’s a circular street that runs alongside the city walls, filled with shops, bars, and restaurants, and an absolute must-visit spot for breathtaking panoramic views of the Itria Valley.

As you stroll down the street, you’ll be enchanted by the typical white terraced houses with sloping roofs (also known as cummerse), which give the area its distinctive character. 

From here, you can soak up one of the most fascinating views of the plains, terraces, and Itria valley, dotted with the typical Trulli houses, and fields as far as the eye can see.

On clear days, you’re in for a real treat! 

You can catch a glimpse of the sea in the distance from this road, which is an added bonus to the already stunning view.

And here’s a tip: Don’t miss the chance to enjoy a rural aperitif amidst the vineyards with this view in one of the roadside bars. 

It’s a perfect way to relax and take in the breathtaking surroundings while enjoying delicious local delicacies.

Taste the local wine

View from Via Nardelli in Locorotondo filled with roadside bars that have tables amidst the vineyards for an aperitivo with a view. 
Tables at Via Nardelli roadside bars are set among the vineyards.

Calling all wine lovers! 

If you’re visiting Locorotondo, one of the best things you can do is indulge in their famous sparkling wine. 

You simply can’t leave town without trying it!

When it comes to enjoying this local specialty, there are plenty of options. 

Picture yourself sitting in one of the cozy alfresco bars, sipping on a glass of crisp, refreshing white wine. 

Alternatively, you can make a reservation at one of the many fantastic restaurants in the area and indulge in a bottle over a delicious meal.

Curious about what goes into making this delectable wine? 

Locorotondo’s wines are typically made from two grape varieties: Bianco d’Alessano and Verdeca. 

These grapes produce mainly still wines, but sparkling versions are also available for those who prefer a little fizz in their glass.

If you’re planning your Locorotondo itinerary, I recommend visiting during the summer months. 

That’s when many of the local wineries host wine tastings in their vineyards. 

You’ll have the opportunity to sample the delicious wine while taking in the breathtaking views of Valle d’Itria. It’s truly an unforgettable experience!

Take a wine tour of the local vineyards.

Attend a local festival

Locorotondo is famous for its lively festivals that are held on the two patron saint days: San Giorgio Day (April 22nd and 23rd) and the Festa di San Rocco in August.

San Giorgio festivities feature a grand market fair where you can browse and shop for unique local goods and souvenirs. 

And if you’re a foodie like me, you’ll love sampling the delicious regional cuisine that’s on offer. 

From traditional dishes to sweet treats, there’s something for everyone.

During the Festa di San Rocco, the town comes alive with music, dancing, and fireworks. 

It’s the perfect time to immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions. 

You can watch traditional dances or join in the fun yourself! 

And when the sun goes down, the fireworks light up the sky in a stunning display of colours and lights.

So, mark your calendars and join in the festivities!

Locorotondo’s vibrant festivals are a must-see for anyone looking for a good time and a chance to experience the town’s unique traditions and culture.

Experience the weekly market in Locorotondo

Are you looking for a taste of the local flavors? 

Then you won’t want to miss the weekly market in Locorotondo!

Held every Friday, this bustling market is the perfect place to find fresh, locally sourced produce and artisanal products.

Stroll through the colorful stalls and discover a world of flavors, from juicy fruits and crisp vegetables to creamy cheeses and freshly baked bread and pastries.

And it’s not just about the food! 

The market is also a great place to soak up the local culture and meet friendly locals. 

Take in the sights and sounds of the bustling market and maybe even practice your Italian language skills!

If you want to experience local life away from crowded places, I recommend this E-Bike tour of the countryside along country roads, among trulli, farmhouses, and dry stone walls, with freshly baked focaccia and wine tasting. Check availability here!

Things to do near Locorotondo

Looking for some exciting activities to add to your Locorotondo itinerary? 

Here are some must-see destinations and experiences that you won’t want to miss:


Just a short distance from Locorotondo, the charming town of Alberobello is famous for its trulli, which are unique, cone-shaped houses that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Stroll through the quaint streets and admire the traditional architecture, and don’t forget to snap some photos of these iconic structures!

Excursion to Ostuni

Another nearby gem is the stunning hilltop town of Ostuni, known for its whitewashed buildings and picturesque alleys. 

Take a leisurely walk through the historic center and soak up the charming ambiance of this charming town.

You may also want to indulge in a private wine tour from Ostuni to Alberobello and Locorotondo while sampling the valley’s premier wines at two local wineries plus a farm-to-table lunch. Check availability here!

Take a Wine tour

The Itria Valley is renowned for its excellent wines, so why not indulge in a wine tour and taste some of the local varieties? 

Discover the secrets of winemaking and sample some of the delicious wines while enjoying the picturesque countryside views.

Check the availability for a fancy wine tasting tour!

Visit the Castellana Caves (Castellana Grotte)

A short drive from Locorotondo, the Castellana Caves are one of the largest cave networks in Europe, featuring stunning limestone formations and underground lakes. 

Join a guided tour to explore this fascinating natural wonder and learn about its geological history.

Check the availability to explore the subterranean cave system with an experienced guide!

With so many exciting options, your trip to Locorotondo is sure to be an unforgettable adventure!

Where to stay in Locorotondo

Locorotondo offers a variety of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences. 

Here are some suggestions:


Ottolire Resort: If you’re looking for the ultimate resort experience during your stay in Locorotondo, you absolutely have to check out the Ottolire Resort. 

This 4-star gem has it all—a restaurant, an outdoor pool, a bar, and a beautiful garden for you to relax in and enjoy during your stay.

The rooms at the Ottolire are modern and offer something for everyone, from traditional doubles to amazing trullo suites with a luxurious whirlpool bath (Jacuzzi) carved right into the rock. 

It’s the perfect place to unwind and relax after a long day of exploring the stunning Itria Valley.

And the best part? 

You won’t have to lift a finger during your stay. 

The staff at the Ottolire are incredibly attentive and will make sure your every need is taken care of. 

So if you’re ready to be pampered and enjoy a truly stress-free holiday, the Ottolire Resort is the perfect choice for you!

Check prices and availability for your dates here!


Leonardo Trulli Resort: Looking for a truly unique and revitalizing experience during your stay in Locorotondo? 

Look no further than the charming and refined Leonardo Trulli Resort! 

Nestled in the lush countryside, this resort is all about reconnecting with nature and rediscovering the simple pleasures of life.

The owner, Rosalba, poured her heart and soul into the restoration of this family property, and her love and dedication to the place are evident in every detail. 

At Leonardo Trulli Resort, you can experience the warm and welcoming spirit of Apulia firsthand, surrounded by beautifully restored Art Nouveau villas and traditional trulli.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or simply a peaceful retreat, Leonardo Trulli Resort is the perfect place to unwind and recharge.

Check prices and availability for your dates here!


Sotto Le Cummerse:  As someone who stayed at Sotto Le Cummerse I must say it was a truly unique experience. 

This hotel is situated in the heart of Locorotondo’s historic center, with rooms scattered throughout the charming town. 

What sets this place apart is the opportunity to sleep ‘sotto le cummerse,’ or beneath the traditional Locorotondo houses that have been beautifully renovated for guests to stay in.

The interiors of these rooms are stunning, featuring mostly masonry walls and traditional furnishings that are both cozy and comfortable. 

Some of the rooms even have a luxurious Jacuzzi, making for an even more relaxing stay.

Overall, I would highly recommend Sotto Le Cummerse to anyone looking for a truly authentic and memorable stay in Locorotondo. 

It’s not just a hotel; it’s a chance to experience the unique beauty and culture of this wonderful town in a truly immersive way.

Info on prices and availability for your dates here!


Nenètte: If you’re searching for the perfect blend of traditional charm and modern comfort, look no further than Nenètte! 

This beautiful lodging in Locorotondo’s historical center is sure to delight you with its unique character and cozy atmosphere.

The two-story apartment spans 50 square meters and features a fully equipped kitchen and a comfortable bedroom. 

And the real highlight? 

A small terrace that offers stunning views of the cathedral is the perfect spot to enjoy a leisurely breakfast while taking in the peaceful ambiance of the village.

Nenètte is the ideal base for exploring the local area, and you’ll love being able to step outside and start your day of adventure right away.

Info on prices and availability for your dates here!

Masserie & Trullo experience

Masserie are ancient fortified farms scattered throughout the countryside. Many of them have been renovated and converted into agritourisms or restaurants where you can sample local cuisine and spend the day in nature.

Masseria Grofoleo: This historic eighteenth-century courtyard is made up of traditional Trulli and Cummerse buildings and is nestled in the gorgeous countryside of Locorotondo’s Valle d’Itria. 

Surrounded by lush greenery, it’s the perfect place to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

Inside the compound, you’ll find a slice of history, with rooms that were once reserved for animals now beautifully transformed into cozy and welcoming accommodation. 

The staff takes great care to ensure that your stay is as relaxing as possible, and they even prepare a delicious breakfast in the traditional Apulian style, complete with sweet and savory buffet-style treats.

Masseria Grofoleo is a fantastic choice for families, couples, and anyone who loves nature and wants to explore the countryside on foot or by bike. 

It’s a wonderful place to reconnect with the natural beauty of the area and to create memories that will last a lifetime.

Check prices and availability for your dates here!

Agriturismo Masseria Aprile: This stunning country farmhouse is located just two kilometers away from the center of Locorotondo. Here you have the option of staying in a flat, a trullo, or a lovely double room, each uniquely decorated with traditional exposed stones and classic-style furnishings that exude a distinct charm.

But what really will blow you away are the two standout features of this farmhouse: the garden whirlpool bath (Jacuzzi) and the panoramic view. You can spend your mornings savoring a delicious breakfast while admiring one of Locorotondo’s most iconic vistas. It’s the perfect way to start the day.

And if that isn’t enough, you’ll also be able to purchase farm-made products.

Find more information on prices and availability for your dates here!

Trulli are types of conical dry-stone constructions that are common in central and southern Apulia.

Trulli Nanni: Have you always dreamed of staying in a traditional trullo? 

Then Trulli Nanni is the place for you! 

This charming country trullo is the perfect choice for anyone looking to experience the best of Locorotondo.

Set among picturesque olive groves, the interior of Trulli Nanni is truly stunning, with all the modern comforts you need to enjoy a relaxing stay. 

And the best part? 

You have access to a jacuzzi, perfect for unwinding after a long day of exploring the local area.

Despite its tranquil rural location, Trulli Nanni is just a short distance from the heart of Locorotondo, making it the perfect base for exploring all the sights and sounds of this beautiful area.

Find more information on prices and availability for your dates here!

Trulli Annalocos: Itis the perfect place if you are searching for a tranquil and traditional place to spend your holiday in the Itria Valley. The renovated trulli offer a unique and authentic experience, and the owner, Anna, will warmly welcome you and ensure you have an enjoyable stay.

Each trullo is self-contained, meaning you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. If you’re traveling as a couple, you can choose a smaller trullo that’s ideal for a romantic getaway. If you’re traveling with your family, choose a larger trullo that can comfortably accommodate everyone.

Wake up each morning to a delicious breakfast made with fresh, local ingredients. And if you’re looking to explore the area, it’s conveniently located just 10 kilometers away from Alberobello and only two kilometers away from Locorotondo.

Find more information on prices and availability for your dates here!

Il Trullo di Ben: Are you dreaming of spending your vacation in a trullo in Locorotondo, with the added luxury of having a private pool all to yourself? Look no further than “Il Trullo di Ben,” the perfect getaway for families or small groups of friends.

This cozy 70-square-meter holiday home boasts one bedroom, one bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen, making it an ideal home away from home. And let’s not forget about the private pool, a refreshing oasis on hot summer days.

Whether you’re looking to relax by the pool, explore the beautiful town of Locorotondo, or simply spend quality time with loved ones, “Il Trullo di Ben” is the perfect base for your Italian adventure.

Check availability for your dates here!

Trulli Arco Antico: If you’re looking for a peaceful and rejuvenating retreat in Locorotondo, then Trulli Arco Antico is the best choice for a stay with family or friends.

Immerse yourself in nature and enjoy the serene surroundings that promote a sense of calm and well-being for both your body and mind. 

Rosa, the owner, is an incredibly friendly and helpful host, ensuring that your stay is nothing short of perfect.

The accommodation are true holiday homes that comfortably sleep up to 4 or 5 adults, making them an ideal choice for groups. 

Plus, the seasonal outdoor pool and garden with barbecue facilities are the perfect spots for soaking up the sun and indulging in some al fresco dining.

And with the added convenience of being located near other popular tourist destinations such as Alberobello, Castellana Grotte, Ostuni, and Polignano a Mare, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for exploring the beauty of Puglia.

Check availability for your dates here!

Al fresco bar in Locorotondo, nice spot to unwind and taste local specialties.
Al fresco Bar in Locorotondo

How to get to Locorotondo

Locorotondo is nestled in Puglia, Italy’s picturesque boot heel.

Alberobello is just a short 15-minute drive away, while nearby towns like Martina Franca and Trani are also easily accessible.

If you’re arriving from overseas, Bari and Brindisi international airports are the closest to the white town and the most convenient points of entry to the region.

Driving to Locorotondo is the most convenient option, with well-signposted and well-kept roads throughout the area.

Parking is plentiful, and even the old town center, which is closed to traffic, offers parking right outside its doors.

Simply follow the signs to Centro Storico, and you’ll find yourself right in the heart of this lovely village.

You can rent a car at the nearby airports of Bari or Brindisi; both international airports have major car rental companies.

Look into Rentalcars Deals to find the best solution for you.

For an easy trip, download the map before arriving in Puglia, and remember that the secret is to get lost in the beautiful scenery and discover the most hidden gems in Italy.

Driving isn’t the only option to get to Locorotondo. You can take a single train from Bari that takes about an hour and a half.

Check the tickets ahead of time so you don’t have to deal with the train station ticket machine.

On weekends and public holidays, the train is replaced by a single bus that departs from Bari’s main train station.

The old town of Locorotondo is a short walk from its train station.

In A Nutshell

If you’re looking for an authentic Italian experience, Locorotondo is the perfect destination. 

With its rich history, delicious food and wine, breathtaking scenery, artisanal crafts, and warm hospitality, this hidden gem of Italy is not to be missed.

Whether you spend your days exploring the town’s narrow streets and historic buildings, savoring the local cuisine and wine, or simply taking in the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, you’re sure to create memories that will last a lifetime.

And speaking from personal experience, I can attest that a visit to Locorotondo is an unforgettable experience that will leave you longing to return.

If you’re planning a visit, I recommend going without a fixed itinerary. 

Take your time to explore and soak up the atmosphere. 

And when it’s time for lunch, there are plenty of fantastic typical restaurants to choose from. 

Don’t miss out on trying the ‘bombette’, mouth-watering meat rolls stuffed with bacon and caciocavallo cheese, a local specialty from the Itria Valley. 

Or if you’re feeling like some fresh pasta, go for a plate of orecchiette, the most famous pasta in Apulian cuisine. 

And to top it off, indulge in a glass of delicious local wine to accompany your meal.

So why not add Locorotondo to your travel bucket list today?

If you’re interested in visiting Locorotondo or other destinations in Italy, there are many resources available on the blog to help you plan your trip

From travel guides to culture and language tips, you can find plenty of information to make the most of your time in this beautiful country. 

And if you need assistance with booking flights, accommodation, or activities, leave a comment below or feel free to DM me; I’ll be happy to help you create the perfect itinerary.

So what are you waiting for? 

Start planning your trip to Locorotondo today and discover all that this amazing destination has to offer!

Ciao and Safe travels!

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