A brief walk up Via Satta leads to Piazza Satta, a small square dedicated to the great poet Sebastiano Satta (1867–1914), who was born...
Museo Archeologico Nazionale
This museum presents a romp through the region’s archaeological sites. Finds from the surrounding province range from ancient ceramics...
Caffè Tettamanzi Bar Mayore
Going strong since 1875, Nuoro’s oldest cafe is something of a local institution. The interior recalls a more glamorous age, with...
La Locanda Pili Monica
It’s all about the food at this friendly, down-to-earth trattoria, and the €9.20 set lunch is a bargain. Bag a table and you’re in for a...
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Museo d'Arte information
Housed in a restored 19th-century townhouse, the is the only serious contemporary art gallery in Sardinia. Its permanent collection boasts more than 400 works by the island’s top 20th-century painters, including Antonio Ballero, Giovanni Ciusa-Romagna, Mario Delitalia and abstract artist Mauro Manca. Local sculptors Francesco Ciusa and Costantino Nivola are also represented. The gallery also hosts more wide-ranging temporary exhibits, usually held on the ground and top floors.