Cagliari
Cagliari
Highly recommended
Cagliari The Essential
Highly recommended
Cagliari was a flourishing Carthaginian town called Karalis before becoming Roman and the capital of Sardinia. The fortifications built in the 13C still surround the historic centre of the town, providing a striking contrast to the modern city. Views of the busy port can be enjoyed from the Terrazza Umberto I above the town. Cagliari is also the setting for one of the most magnificent festivals in Italy, the Feast of Sant'Efisio, named after the patron saint of the island.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Cagliari
Cattedrale di Santa Maria
Cattedrale di Santa Maria
The cathedral was built in the 13C and
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Terrazza Umberto I
Terrazza Umberto I
The Terrazza Umberto I offers
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Santuario and Basilica di Nostra Signora di Bonaria
Santuario and Basilica di Nostra Signora di Bonaria
The Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria,
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Basilica di San Saturno (or Saturnino)
Basilica di San Saturno (or Saturnino)
The basilica dates from the 6C, making
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Via Azuni
Via Azuni
This historic street, which forms the
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Via Cammino Nuevo
Via Cammino Nuevo
In spite of its name, meaning "new path"
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