Sardinia’s capital is located on the Gulf of Cagliari, a Mediterranean paradise full of archaeological and historical attractions. Check out our travel guide for more on what to do in Cagliari!
Getting around Cagliari is easy with the efficient bus and rail network. In the city centre, there are over 30 bus routes to choose from to help you get around. It is possible to hire a taxi, but since most of the major attractions are near each other, and well-serviced by public transport, a taxi isn’t necessary.
Cagliari enjoys a temperate Mediterranean climate, meaning you can spend time outdoors all year long. November through March is mild, with temperatures averaging 12-15˚C (54-59˚F). April, May, September, and October are warm, while the summers (June to August) can see temperatures rising above 35˚C (95˚F) at times.