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Cagliari, a city with ancient history, rich in monuments and breathtaking views.
At the heart of the Golfo degli Angeli (Gulf of Angels) , Cagliari, founded by the Phoenicians under the name of Karalis, over the centuries Cagliari became the capital of the Roman province, then Viceroy's center during the Aragonese up to be even, for a short time, the royal seat during the Kingdom of Sardinia and Piedmont.
The visit begins with an overview of the city of Cagliari that will enchant you with its long beach Poetto, the polychrome saltworks of  Molentargius, pink flamingos, the dominant Sella del Diavolo and the white basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria.
Arriving in the Largo Carlo Felice, you will begin a leisurely stroll to discover the district of Castello, certainly the most characteristic of his four historic districts.  Along the narrow streets, Castello will reveal  you the charm of the undisputed history of Cagliari who joins the vivacity of its nightlife.  Among defensive bastions, towers, palaces and the charming Cathedral, the tour lead you in a dance of colors and sounds.
Castello, with its dominant position in the Gulf of Cagliari, at any time of the day, never stops to amaze you with its magnificent views: the terraces' overlook on the lagoon Molentargius, on the hill of Monte Urpinu and the fascinating Sella del Diavolo (Devil's Saddle).The evening's light will reveal you all the charm of a city that lives between history and modernity.


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