Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia and is dominated by its medieval quarter but also famed for the Art Nouveau architecture in its streets interlaced with monuments and history. Cagliari comes to life under the warm hues of sunset, showing off its domes and facades in spectacular technicolor.
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The Elmas Aeroporto railway station travels right from Cagliari airport, so it’s easy to get to the city centre. Rail services begin at 5 am and end at 9 pm. Bus services will take you from the terminal building to Downtown Cagliari at a pocket-friendly price. Taxi services and car rentals are also offered at Cagliari Airport. If you’re in a large tour group, you can even rent a bus at the terminal building.
What Island is Cagliari On?
Cagliari is Sardinia’s capital and is located along its southern coast. It’s slightly west of Mainland Italy, so you can happily add a few Italian sites to your Cagliari tours.
When’s the Best Time of Year to Visit Cagliari?
Cagliari is passionate about soccer, so you can’t experience the island fully without a little game watching. Cagliari Calcio football club plays in Serie A from February to October, so you’ll have plenty of time to catch a match. The weather is mild at this time of year, with near-constant clouds. If you prefer travelling in spring, visit between March and June. Summer temperatures are hot and dry between June and August.
Where Are the Best Cagliari Hotels?
The Southern coastline is a tourist hotspot with a generous sprinkling of hotels. If you’re hunting for a more central spot to call home while you’re on holiday, there are some moderately-priced options in the city centre.
Which Cagliari Museums Are Included in Cagliari Tours?
Cagliari does not attempt to hide its history. You’ll stumble upon its past at every turn. There are Roman ruins, artifact-crammed museums, and historic churches strewn throughout the city. If you’re passionate about art, Galleria Comunale d’Arte will immerse you for hours. It exhibits 250 paintings and 250 additional works along with a collection of ethnographic materials. Museo Archeologico Nazionale is Sardinia’s most important archaeological museum, but if culture impresses you more, try Museo Sardo di Antropologia Etnografia. The latter has a precious collection of musical instruments, traditional frocks, and ancient peasant tools.