Cristina Ferreira was, in the last few days, in Italy, more specifically in Apulia. The presenter and director of Entertainment and Fiction at TVI visited some cities in the region and, back in Portugal, decided to share details and “tips” of this trip.
This Saturday morning, August 6th, Cristina Ferreira shared that she traveled from Lisbon to Rome and from Rome to Brindisi, giving an account of the first hotel where she stayed – the Tenuta Mosè.
“First hotel. A masseria (a type of rural farm very typical of the region. There are several). I loved everything. Very friendly. Magic environment”began by writing, also highlighting “the most beautiful bathtub ever”.
Cristina Ferreira later revealed that “it is worth visiting” Garipoli and even that “the beaches in this area are sandy, little explored and very beautiful” and said that she continued her journey to Porto Cesareo, where she visited “the most beautiful beach”.
In Alberobello, which she considers to be a “must see”, Cristina Ferreira was installed “in a famous trulli”, a hotel with “organic cuisine and an indescribable peace”.
Finally, Cristina Ferreira met Ostuni, where she stayed at the third and final hotel of her trip – the Paragon 700 Boutique Hotel.
“Ostuni is amazing. I loved. All. The streets, the restaurants, the atmosphere. It’s a mandatory point. In this area the beaches have lidos, beach clubs, very hot water, and Italians. There aren’t many tourists. Each lido has its parking lot. You pay 5€ per day. It is essential to have a car to explore the area”shared.
Cristina Ferreira then made a summary of Apúlia, also revealing that she left a region undiscovered.
“In short: it’s really worth it. All. It is a rural area, little explored for tourism, it is a kind of Alentejo in Italy. And hot nights miss you. I didn’t go to Matera but I’m glad. I always leave something to see. To have reasons to come back, I always do this.”