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29 Nov 2017
“Visit in the morning when the sun is best”
21 Oct 2017
“Excellent site for seeing changes in burial practices from 500BC to 300AD”
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Via Falzarego, 09100, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
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Reviewed 30 November 2017

Sadly most of the good stuff is not on view for the public. I would not recommend this place unless you REALLY want to see it.

1  Thank CescaZ255
Reviewed 22 October 2017

Contrary to earlier reviews, there are now information boards across the site in Italian and English showing details of the designs of the tombs as these cannot be easily seen from the pathways due to the 4-5m depths that the burial shafts extend to below...More

2  Thank Jeremy C
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Well this may have been OK if we had been able to find it. We walked to where it was indicated on the tourist map, but it was shown in the middle of a very large block. We walked all round it and took an...More

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Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

I took a walk in this archaeological park, on a wide concrete path which goes right through it and which is the only one accesible to visitors. However, one could get some great views of the necropoli right from there, there are lots of them...More

1  Thank Dana B
Reviewed 13 November 2016

There is not much to see here and you are very limited to what is visible from the main path. There are probably many potential hazards if you go beyond the main path. We saw everything available within a few minutes. There is no real...More

1  Thank KAOSeattle
Reviewed 11 October 2016

OK to start with it was free so can't complain about that. But what a disappointment! Obviously at the start of the project they had had some impressive leaflets printed which we came across in our apartment and were really looking forward to it. A...More

1  Thank Karen W
Reviewed 17 June 2016

It is a small experience due to some areas (at the top) being closed off. However the necropolis part easy to see was worth it but because Cagliari has so much, this is not a must see.

2  Thank getgs
Reviewed 11 June 2015

A site of tremendous archeological importance but this seems to be lost on the locals. Deserted and difficult to find with no signage at all, this really ought to be a UNESCO jewel but is actually just a derelict area in a town where making...More

4  Thank Chris_Farthing
Reviewed 12 September 2014

With enthusiasm my wife and I went to visit this unique archaeological site with the huge expectation as it is "the largest and most important necropolis of the Phoenician-Punic civilisation in the Mediterranean area". Unfortunately visitors cannot "see" the whole site at the moment. Visitors...More

4  Thank slaia
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