Architectural Buildings in Sardinia

Top Architectural Buildings in Sardinia, Italy

Architectural Buildings in Sardinia

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  • Drgiggles
    Hertfordshire, UK37 contributions
    Only a few rooms of the Royal Palace are available for viewing, but it is a very beautiful, elegant, serene place with interesting antiques and decors, and lovely views out of the windows across Cagliari city, as it sits in the elevated Castello area. There is no cafe or gift shop, but there are toilets available.
    Written March 14, 2020
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  • Khamlia
    Stockholm, Sweden16,099 contributions
    but only looked, it was nice view over the whole Tonnara, it would be nice and calm place to stay there a couple of days.
    Written August 9, 2019
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  • GRAHAM C
    Dunton Green, UK785 contributions
    On Via Roma, opposite Stazione Ferrovaria and Piazza Matteotti, this is the Town Hall and houses the Tourist Information Office. It is a neo Gothic building with a lovely facade on one of its towers.
    Written October 8, 2020
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  • Vadim
    Murmansk, Russia22,439 contributions
    Cagliari Train Station is convenient for transit from the airport to the train for traveling in Sardinia. A tiny train brought us here from the airport cheaply. Trenitalia took us from south to north to Olbia in just 5 hours. The station surprised us with an old steam locomotive and free testing for Covid. However, the queue was for 2-3 hours, so we did not take advantage of this opportunity and did it the next day at Olbia airport for money. Otherwise, it is an ordinary Italian provincial railway station. Clean, comfortable and familiar, because the train is the main way for us to travel around Italy...
    Written April 5, 2022
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  • Margaret B
    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.
    Written October 28, 2019
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  • Eli B
    Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
    Its a treasure with its ceiling frescoes as well as for staging concerts and plays. Take the guided tour, its molto informative.
    Written August 10, 2019
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  • Steve_Grant1
    Oldham, UK1,322 contributions
    Called here after the botanical gardens and before the amphitheatre. Views only from outside. Did not see anything that would be worth paying further to go in unless you had run out of things to do on your city visit.
    Written September 9, 2017
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  • SmileyKay
    Cluj-Napoca, Romania1,423 contributions
    This place was one the tannery of Bosa.The small buildings along the quays reminded me of Burano, the small island, with pastel-coloured houses, located by the sea...
    Written July 26, 2019
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  • Alec D
    Seattle, WA2,743 contributions
    If you’re planning a visit to the Archeological museum in Cagliari then more then likely you went walk through this gate on your way. It’s very close. Interesting but don’t make a special trip..unless you love old gates
    Written October 20, 2019
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  • Alec D
    Seattle, WA2,743 contributions
    This is one of the old/medieval part of Cagliari. It’s nice/interesting but not worth making a special trip (out of your way).
    Written October 20, 2019
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  • seolram
    Leiden, The Netherlands900 contributions
    We've seen Villa Clorinda during open monuments day and were lucky enough to get a tour buy some lovely scholl students, who were quite nervous but did splendidly! A nice piece of architecture, several influences, great to look around, I think I would have been interested in getting even more information about the history of the building and its place within the town. But atmosphere was nice and I enjoyed it very much, you just have to get lucky and have a guide with you to make it more than just 'a building'.
    Written July 18, 2016
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  • phat_dawg_21
    Alpharetta, GA12,262 contributions
    This attractive public building on Piazza Eleonora is now the Town Hall. In the past it has served as a monastery and a palace from the end of the seventeenth century.

    You can walk in and look at the architecture in the courtyard.
    Written October 17, 2018
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