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Serra Orrios

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Underground Cagliari

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Much of Cagliari’s fascinating history is hidden beneath the modern city, and with this tour you can explore the warren of caves, tunnels, and crypts that date back centuries. Head underground with a guide to visit the crypts of Santa Restituta and Sant'Efisio, as well as the Salesian School Tunnel used to shelter students during WWII bombing raids and today lit only by candles.
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Heididavidc wrote a review Jul 2019
Woodinville, Washington84 contributions55 helpful votes
The ruins of the village extend over several acres. It helped us imagine what a village may have looked like with clusters of dwellings in groups around wells or springs. There are no tall towers at this site, but it does contain a few temple ruins. Very interesting if you like to explore and learn about Nuraghe dwellings and life.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Peter S wrote a review May 2019
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Interesting site and the warden gave us a talk about it before our visit . Flowers and butterflies as interesting as the archaeology.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Lenka K wrote a review Apr 2019
Brno, Czech Republic5 contributions
This place definitely worth a visit if you are in Cala Gonone area. We visited this place during the off-season time and we were almost alone. The tour took us 90 minutes while discovering more and more details all the time. The tour costs 5€ and is self-guided but there are boards with information in English which leads you. Also the cashier was capable to give us some additional info in English. Keep in mind the lunch pause - at 1 p.m. is the gate closed and you can't get in or, if you are already in, you have to leave the site.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Toxtethtiger wrote a review Oct 2018
Liverpool, United Kingdom177 contributions110 helpful votes
This is a must if you want to explore Sardinia's Nuragic history, it's a very large and interesting settlement set in a beautiful landscape and gives a real sense of how it was and how a typical Nuragic village was arranged. Only criticism is closing for a two to three hour lunch stops a lot of people visiting (especially as you have to drive there) and paying more money to help protect and excavate the site further.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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tamaletown wrote a review Sep 2018
Perth, Australia1,514 contributions245 helpful votes
Well worth a visit to this amazing site! It is an extensive area with a lot of excavation complete. The Nuragic people were an amazing civilisation that thrived in Sardinia during the Iron Age, 1600 to 600 BC. You need a car to get to the site and it would be good to allow 1 to 1.5 hours. There is a snack bar on site for coffee, ice cream or sandwiches. Definitely recommended!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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