Join a cultural tour to explore the city of Cagliari: discover monuments, churches, art, and curious quirks of the Sardinian Capital. See the bastion of San Remy, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, the Nivola's sculptures and other historical attractions.
What to Expect
Discover Cagliari, a city overlooking the Gulf of Angels and chest of wonderful treasures located all along the urban fabric. The four historical districts of the Sardinian Capital are a veritable open-air museum which will tell you the city history from the Roman settlement until the modern era.
During the tour, you will admire the Regional Council Building which, in the external square, hosts the sculptures of the Sardinian artist Costantino Nivola, some marble and travertine works which hold the island's cultural identity. Afterwards you will reach the district of Marina, hosting the Church of Sant'Eulalia under which there is an important archeological site with several relics coming from the Roman Era.
Then you will head to the district of Castello, passing through the Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre discovered in the last twenty years period. You will also walk through the typical district streets, rich in history and bizarre stories, and you will reach the Cathedral of St. Mary, an architectural jewel build in different stages, and the Royal Palace, once residence of the viceroys first and the Savoia dynasty later.
During the guided tour suitable to everyone, you will have some stops in the panoramic terraces of the Castello district, from where you can take amazing pictures of the whole city area.
What's Not Included
- Food and Drink
- Museum tickets