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Basilicata Travel Guide

Basilicata is a state/province in Italy. Home to cities such as Province of Potenza, Province of Matera, and Maratea, there's no shortage of things to do and see here.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in Basilicata? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Chiese Rupestri
4.2/57 Reviews
Sassi di Matera
4.4/527 Reviews
Cattedrale di Matera
4.2/57 Reviews
Chiesa Madre
3.0/54 Reviews
Palazzo Fortunato
5.0/51 Reviews
Piazzetta Buraglia
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Piazza Mario Pagano
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Casa Noha
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Spiaggia Anginarra
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Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Basilicata, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Hotel Marinagri
4.5/541 Reviews
Caveoso Hotel
4.0/534 Reviews
Residenza del Monaco Bianco
Hotel San Domenico Al Piano
UNAHOTELS MH Matera
4.2/541 Reviews
Park Hotel Centro Congressi
Heraclea Hotel Residence
Hotel Nazionale
4.3/530 Reviews
Grande Albergo Potenza
4.2/514 Reviews

Discover the Real Basilicata With a Local Expert

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Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita
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Matera - Palazzo Gattini
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Streets of Grottole 💛
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Nestled in a small canyon carved by the Gravina River, this town was inhabited for thousands of years since the Palaeolithic times. In the prehistoric times, the local population started to settle in dwellings in the calcareous rock of the canyon itself that today are known as 'sassi'. Due to the extreme poverty conditions in the '50s, the government had to relocate most of its population to new housing in the modern part of the city. Thanks to a change in culture and in local administrators, the 'Sassi's' saw a renaissance in the early 90's and are now being promoted as touristic attractions. Over the last two decades, many economic activities have populated these dwellings: restaurants, pubs, shops, bed and breakfasts and luxury hotels. Today Matera is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Today it is a must-stop for many tourists who travel across Southern Italy, especially after a stay in Apulia or Calabria.
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So ancient and unique! In the cave-city in southern Italy, Matera, it feels like you are stepping back in time!
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