Welcome to Cagliari

Forget flying: the best way to arrive in Cagliari is by sea, the city rising in a helter-skelter of golden-hued palazzi, domes and facades up to the rocky centrepiece, Il Castello. When DH Lawrence arrived in the 1920s, he compared the Sardinian capital to Jerusalem: ‘…strange and rather wonderful, not a bit like Italy.’Yet, although Tunisia is closer than Rome, Cagliari is the most Italian of Sardinia’s cities... Read More

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