A Tuk Tuk tour of 90 minutes in the centre of Cagliari - you will see four historic districts of Cagliari - Castello, Villanova, Stampace and Marina and go to San Michele hill.
- See the points of interest you would not see by car
- Effortless moving in classic Italian vehicle
- Historic and nature point of interest-photo stops
warm jacket in colder days
Confirmation will be received after the booking center after we will have confirmed the availability and the start time.
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Via Roma, 115, 09124 Cagliari CA, Italia
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4 historical districts of Cagliari (Castello, Villanova, Stampace, Marina), Fenicotteri Rosa and Castello di San Michele.The tour of the city allows you to discover and appreciate the beauty of a city on a human scale, without effort and from a new and original point of view.
Cagliari is a metropolitan city and regional capital, seat of the Sardinian regional government and represents the main cultural, economic and port center of Sardinia, as well as destination, every year, of many tourists.The city rises on seven hills: Castello, Colle San Michele, Colle di Bonaria, Monte Urpinu, Monte Claro, Tuvu Mannu and Tuvixeddu.
Cagliari, surrounded by imposing towers and ramparts, hosts the largest and most important Punic necropolis in the Mediterranean, Tuvixeddu, whose archaeological finds are kept in the Archaeological Museum of Cagliari and the British Museum in London.
The Castle of San Michele is located on one of the highest hills of Cagliari. The main plan, probably of a single tower, is from the Byzantine era or before "giudicale" (10th century A.D.) and had the defensive function of Santa Igia.In 1327, after the Catalan conquest of Cagliari, the castle was offered to Berengar Carroz. After the fall of the "Giudicato" of Arborea, its defensive role became secondary. It was with Count Giacomo Carroz that the castle became one of the most luxurious residences in Sardinia. The last member of the Carroz family, who lived in the castle, was the unlucky Countess Violante, who died in 1511. After her death the castle was therefore included among the possessions of the Spanish crown.In 1990 there were new restoration works and the reorganization of the hill. Today the castle offers a space for exhibitions, conferences and other cultural events.
Usually the ticket costs 1,00 € per person and is not included in the price of the tour.
Tours with more vehicles are available on request and cannot be guaranteed.
Infants are also considered as people and occupy a place. You will see the city in a comfortable Ape Calessino. The vehicle can carry up to 2 people.
It is an easy way to see the city of Cagliari which has some very steep streets, so the tour is also suitable for small children and elderly people.