Tour in the Historic Districts of Cagliari with AudioGuide

Tour in the Historic Districts of Cagliari with AudioGuide

AUDIOGUIDE

Tour in the Historic Districts of Cagliari with AudioGuide Tour in the Historic Districts of Cagliari with AudioGuide

A journey through Cagliari to discover in full freedom the cultural, artistic and natural heritage that the city offers its visitors. A system of historical-cultural itineraries with which to visit the city, accompanied by pleasant and useful audio guides recorded in Mp3 format ready to download and listen. The audio guides, divided into tracks, each dedicated to the most important tourist sites of the city (squares, monuments, palaces, churches, parks and natural beauties), will accompany you to discover the City of Cagliari.

The service provides for the rental of an MP3 device at a cost of € 15.00 per person / day in which the traces of all itineraries are included, available in more ligue.

You will be ready to freely choose the itinerary, what to visit and when to listen to the guide!


CASTELLO HISTORICAL DISTRICT

HISTORICAL DISTRICT OF THE MARINA

STAMPIC HISTORICAL DISTRICT

VILLANOVA HISTORICAL DISTRICT



RELIGIOUS ITINERARY

NATURALISTIC ITINERARY

Departure from Buoncammino Avenue - Arrival at the Constitution Square

Full path: 4 hours - Reduced route: 1 hour and 30

The castle is one of the four historic quarters of Cagliari and stands on a limestone hill that dominates the city from above.


01 - Introduction and historical framework;
02 - Porta Cristina;
03 - Square Arsenale;
04 - Square Indipendenza;
05 - San Pancrazio tower;
06 - The Church of Santa Lucia;
07 - Regio Castle and Palazzo Arcivescovile;
08 - Presidency: Outer part;
09 - chair: inside;
10 - Former City Palace;
11 - Duomo Museum;
12 - Piazzetta Carlo Alberto;
13 - Jewish ghetto;
14 - Basilica of Santa Croce;
15 - elephant tower;
16 - Università street;
17 - Piloni Collection;
18 - folk theater;
19 - Palazzo Boyl and Torre dell'Aquila;
20 - Saint Remy Bay.


NATURALIST ROUTE

To achieve using a vehicle (car, scooter or bike), it includes 6 steps.

Cagliari is home to different ecosystems, where animals and plants live in the wild. The city rises where the plain of Campidano ends facing the Mediterranean Sea. Between the plain and the sea, there are two wetlands on both sides of the city: the Santa Gilla Lagoon and the wetland formed by Molentargius Pond and Saline.


01 - Introduction;
02 - VIALE EUROPE;
03 - Overview of ecosystems;
04 - Molentargius Pond;
05 - East Arenas, Saline;
06 - Monte Urpinu;
07 - Laguna di Santa Gilla;
08 - MOLENTARGIUS PARK (Via La Palma);
09 - The park and its activities;
10 - The mirror of water of Perda Bianca;
11 - Observation techniques and description of bird species;
12 - FARO DI CAPO SANT'ELIA;
13 - Capo Sant'Elia and Sella del Diavolo;
14 - Calamosca;
15 - The coast along the Calamosca road.



STAMPICAL HISTORICAL DISTRICT

Departure: Municipio (Via Roma) - Arrival: Roman Amphitheater

Full route: 3 hours and 30 - Reduced route: 2 hours and 30

The historic quarter Stampace develops below the castle fortress quarter. The name seems clearly related to the medieval prejudice formula "Stai in pace", attested in ancient documents of the eponymous city of Pisa.


01 - Introduction and historical framework;
02 - Town Hall;
03 - Largo Carlo Felice;
04 - Square del Carmine;
05 - Square Yenne;
06 - Church of Santa Chiara;
07 - First section of Corso Vittorio Emanuele;
08 - Scalette Via Portoscalas and Torre degli Alberti;
09 - Military Hospital and Church of San Michele;
10 - Civil Hospital and Via Ospedale;
11 - Via Azuni and Chiesa Sant 'Anna;
12 - Piazzetta, church and "Carcere" of Sant 'Efisio;
13 - Church and Crypt Santa Restituta;
14 - Second section of Corso Vittorio Emanuele;
15 - Villa di Tigellio;
16 - Botanical Garden;
17 - Third section of Corso Vittorio Emanuele;
18 - Cisternone dell'Orto dei Cappuccini;
19 - Roman Amphitheater

Departure: Piazza San Cosimo - Arrival: Parco di Bonaria

Complete route: 2 hours and 30 - Reduced route: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Archaeological excavations have uncovered a vast necropolis, used by the Phoenician-Punic period in the Middle Ages, which extended from the foot of the Bonaria hill far. This area is the oldest Roman necropolis in the city.


1 - Introduction and historical context;
2 - Necropolis of the region of San Saturnino;
3 - Basilica of San Saturnino. Outside. Martyrium;
4 - Basilica of San Saturnino. Outside. Victorian renovation;
5 - Basilica of San Saturnino. Inside;
6 - Church of San Lucifero. Outside;
7 - Church of San Lucifero. Inside;
8 - Monumental Cemetery of Bonaria;
9 - Necropolis of Viale Bonaria;
10 - Colle di Bonaria;
11 - Our Lady of Bonaria. Outside;
12 - Sanctuary of Our Lady of Bonaria. Inside;
13 - Simulacrum of the Madonna di Bonaria;
14 - Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria. Inside;
15 - Museum of the Convent of Our Lady of Bonaria;
16 - Bonaria Park.


NATURALIST ROUTE

To achieve using a vehicle (car, scooter or bike), it includes 6 steps.

Cagliari is home to different ecosystems, where animals and plants live in the wild. The city rises where the plain of Campidano ends facing the Mediterranean Sea. Between the plain and the sea, there are two wetlands on both sides of the city: the Santa Gilla Lagoon and the wetland formed by Molentargius Pond and Saline.


01 - Introduction;
02 - VIALE EUROPE;
03 - Overview of ecosystems;
04 - Molentargius Pond;
05 - East Arenas, Saline;
06 - Monte Urpinu;
07 - Laguna di Santa Gilla;
08 - MOLENTARGIUS PARK (Via La Palma);
09 - The park and its activities;
10 - The mirror of water of Perda Bianca;
11 - Observation techniques and description of bird species;
12 - FARO DI CAPO SANT'ELIA;
13 - Capo Sant'Elia and Sella del Diavolo;
14 - Calamosca;
15 - The coast along the Calamosca road.