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Cagliari Wheelchair Accessible Tours
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Cagliari Wheelchair Accessible Tours

Cagliari wheelchair accessible tours, is a beautiful city and is one of the many surprises that the South of Sardinia reserves.

A sunny and lively city, rich in history, art and culture just a few steps from the sea.

Founded by the Phoenicians, colonized by the Carthaginians, occupied by the Romans, disputed by Pisans and Spaniards, ruled for a long time by the Piedmontese.

The Sardinian capital preserves in the palaces, in the churches, in the works of art, in the language, the sign of its long and eventful history.

City of stone, naked and uphill, similar to a White Jerusalem, as the British writer David Herbert Lawrence described Cagliari in 1921.

An “almost fantastic” city enclosed between the blue of the sea and the white limestone rocks.

Cagliari seems to stretch upwards.

The colored and leaning houses and the Fortified Citadel, which seems to touch the sky, outline the profile of the city.

From the top of the fortress with its walls and defensive towers overlooking the Mediterranean, the view is breathtaking.

The city, identified by its inhabitants with the name “Casteddu“, has a long history marked by a succession of settlements and dominations that have left numerous traces still visible today.

This city that can remember Genoa, but less “edgy”, and at times Naples, but more orderly and less chaotic.

Castello, the heart of Cagliari, as well as one of the most interesting areas of the city.

The Castle, enclosed by sheer white walls and protected by ramparts, represents the highest part of Cagliari.

It was once the area inhabited by religious and noble authorities and, although this is no longer the case today.

It is here that the Sardinians identify the city of Cagliari.

Steep and narrow streets, hidden treasures, unforgettable views and delightful cafes make this corner of Cagliari a super pleasant place to spend some time.

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Touring Cagliari

A fascinating itinerary in the ancient heart of the city, starting from the Castello District, founded in the Pisan era.

To admire truly spectacular panoramic views and the most evocative corners of this wonderful city.

Nestled between the sea and the mountains, Cagliari is the perfect city for a seaside escape in any season of the year.

There are four districts that outline the historic center, here are preserved traces of the important past of the city.

The Castello District, Stampace Disctric, Villanova Disctrict and the Marina District.

Your visit to Cagliari can only start from the medieval district of Castello and the walk on the Bastione of Saint Remy from where you can admire the spectacular view of the city, the port and the Sella del Diavolo that divides the Poetto from Calamosca.

Stroll towards the Elephant Tower and do not miss a visit to the Cathedral of St Mary in Pisan Gothic style and remodeled several times.

The Marina District is multi-ethnic, picturesque and colorful.

What it takes to start visiting the city on the right foot.

Between Via Manno and Via Garibaldi both are two very popular shopping streets in Cagliari.

Here you can see the usual chain stores present in the historic centers of all of Italy, alternate with more original shops and many, many clubs.

In these streets, at the time of the rub, you are carried away by people intent on x-raying the shop windows.

The District of Villanova with its low houses and windows armed with flower boxes.

A stop in the quiet Piazza San Domenico is a must.

A very discreet corner of the city and reserved more for locals than tourists.

You will easily notice the rural vocation of Villanova.

After all, it is the district of the expansion of Cagliari towards the countryside.

And now, jump into the San Benedetto Market.

A covered structure on two floors with well-stocked stalls.

From fish to meat, from bread to fruit, from cheeses to wine.

A riot of scents and colors that will make you want to buy everything … and eat!

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