The third episode of Visit Italy's podcast is online! This time we travel to the charming and enchanting Lecce. Of course, like a local

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Italy Like a Local, the Visit Italy podcast reaches its third appointment. This time we take you to one of the most surprising cities in southern Italy, the city where Ungaretti, referring to its baroque, exclaimed 'a magnificent dress', Lecce.

This city is called the "Lady of the Baroque" because of the massive presence of Baroque art spread in this area during the Spanish domination, around the seventeenth century.

You can’t help but be fascinated: its style and the leccese stone, illuminated by the sun or at sunset, becomes particularly suggestive and magical.

To better know Lecce, listen to our advice wisely elaborated by those who live in this city every day: listen to the suggestions of Lecce's people.

Italy Like a local: discovering the pearl of Salento


For its artistic and cultural heritage Lecce is considered by many as the Florence of southern Italy, a real wonder in the open air a few steps from a crystal clear sea particularly enchanting and diverse, which offers both beautiful views with cliffs and promontories from which to dive and long white beaches reminiscent of Caribbean paradises.

For an unforgettable visit to this enchanting city kissed by the sun you will have to lose yourself among the archaeological remains of the Roman domination and the liveliness of the seventeenth-century Baroque, between the heat of Puglia and its food and wine tradition, among the wonders of its sea characterized by the most beautiful beaches in Italy, scattered over the vast coastal territory.

By listening to this podcast you will discover many suggestions that will make your trip an authentic experience.

Italy's secrets told by Kristie Peruso's voice

Italy Like a Local podcast has therefore become an appointment to look forward to. Once again, it will be the voice of our own Kristie Peruso to tell you the secrets of Italian cities, so that your next travel experience can be unique and deeply genuine. 

After Rome, and the Amalfi Coast, it is the turn to accompany you to Lecce. Enjoy your trip and have a good listen!

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