Join a cultural walking tour to explore the city of Cagliari! Discover more about Sardinia's capital city admiring its monuments and churches, including the bastion of San Remy, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral and Nivola’s sculptures.
Cagliari overlooks the Gulf of Angels and it's a chest of wonderful treasures located all along the urban fabric. The four historical districts of the city are considered open-air museums telling you all you need to know about the city's history, from the Roman settlement up to the modern time.
During the tour, you will admire the Regional Council building and, in the square facing it, the sculptures of Sardinian artist Costantino Nivola; these marble and travertine works embody the island’s cultural identity. Afterwards you will reach the district of Marina, where you'll find the Church of Sant’Eulalia and an important archaeological site with several relics coming from the Roman Era.
Then, head to the district of Castello, passing through the Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre. Reach the Cathedral of St. Mary, an authentic architectural jewel, and the lastly admire the Royal Palace, once the residence of the Savoia royal family.