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However, usually the closer it is to the departure, the more expensive the tickets are.
Direct flights last about 2h 10min.
Direct flights available 3 days a week - Monday, Friday, Sunday.
Direct flights: Ryanair (FR).
Official language: Italian
Time zone: UTC+2 (summer), UTC+1 (winter)
Currency: Euro (EUR)
If you are a fan of spending time by the sea, Cagliar of course have something to offer. Among many places, locals and tourists especially have a liking to the beach Poetto.
You will want to try there everything! It is especially worth to tempt for sardines, pane carasau, which is bread in form of flat pie or mirto – local liquor made out of myrtle.
Around an hour drive from the city there is Giara di Gesturi. It is a plateau, on which the last wild horses in Europe are living – it is definitely worth to see them!
Cagliari – the capital of Sardinia, located on the southern shore of the island and its biggest city. The area, on which Cagliari is situated was inhabited already in the Neolithic era. The city itself was founded around 8th century B.C.
Cagliari has to offer everything you need, if you are a fan of historic places. Fantastic architecture and lovely old town, book some time for a casual walk among these magnificent views. The oldest district is Castello, rightly regarded as the most charming part of Cagliari. Find there a cosy café and take delight in a view, in a company of a great espresso.
Among places, that are worth your attention, we can name, for instance, monumental and impressive church of St. Micheal, located at Via Ospedale 2. In close distance from it, at Via Domenico Alberto Azuni, you can also find the church of St. Anna - which is beautifully towering over other buildings, as it is located on a small hill.
Do you want to feel the vibe of the city? Go to Piazza Yenne, where you can find many small eateries and restaurant, where you can try antipasti – Italian snacks – and drink tasty wine. Citizens of the city very much like to spend there time, so you can experience real, Italian burble, especially on summer nights. The square is situated near main boardwalk of the city – Via Giuseppe Manno. Heading towards south from the square, you can reach an urban port.
Are you interested in specific places, recommended by locals and tourists, where you can eat delicious, Italian dinner? Among a vast choice, it is worth to name for instance INU Sardinian Wine Bar at Via Sassari 50 or Sabores at Via Baylle 6. In both restaurants you can try great, local wines and dishes composed from regional products. For exquisite pizza go to pizza place Federico Nansen by Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 269.