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Margaret B wrote a review Oct 2019
Province of Carbonia-Iglesias, Italy2 contributions
What a wonderful place to visit. It just a shame the organisation don’t feel the need to provide information for the none speaking Italian visitor, after finding the entrance we were informed ( myself and 2 granddaughters ) that no one spoke English realised I needed to purchase tickets for 3 separate sites all 3 were extremely interesting we were given a small pamphlet in English with a brief explanation of each of the sites, so we did have a small understanding about each of the places. We were left to our own devices to wander around the museum guessing at times as to what the articles were. Our guide was with us the whole time we then went to the cave dwellings the guide unlocking doors for our entry and locking them behind us but once again we were left to explore on our own, when we left the cave dwellings 2 classes of local primary school children joined us on the visit to the Forte. We couldn’t access the Forte because there was a full text about the Forte been given by the guide to the children however we were very restricted with where we could visit, I feel our visit was not what it should of been such interesting places to visit, we were left with a lot of questions without any answers because the administration can’t seem to give information for the foreign tourist the views from the Forte are spectacular. It’s Sad we were left with Unanswered Questions.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Critter_00 wrote a review Jun 2017
Plymouth, United Kingdom34 contributions9 helpful votes
This Savoyard fort in the old town of Sant'Antioco saw action in 1815 when its garrison of less than 20 were massacred by 1,000 Tunisian pirates. There is a local re-enactment group - but no information about when they have their displays. The fort is small but interesting to a military history buff like me, and for anyone else it enables the best views of Sant'Antioco town and the surrounding area for panoramic photos. To get in you must buy a ticket from the Ethnographical Museum and be guided by one of two non-English speaking ladies. One is fine, the other quite grumpy so good luck with which one you get.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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