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Gianluca standing on a segway in front of the historic Bastione Saint Remy in Cagliari.

My Sightseeing Segway Tour of Cagliari: A Spectacularly Scenic & Sustainable Ride

Gianluca Pitzeri on a segway in front of the Bastione St Remy.
At one of Cagliari's most recognisable sights: the Bastione Saint Remy.

Booking the Segway Tour Online

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Luca, the Segway guide at the meeting point.
The start and end point of the Segway tour of Cagliari.

Cagliari by Segway

Potted plants line a street in the Villanova district of Cagliari.
A typical street in the Villanova district of Cagliari.

The Sights of Cagliari

A view from the top of the Castello in Cagliari.
Looking east from the Piazza dell'Indipendenza in the Castello district.
A view east from the Castello area of Cagliari.
The glass elevator up to the Piazza dell'Indipendenza.

Is It Worth it?

A coffee stop towards the end of the Segway tour.
After nearly three hours, a welcome break for a coffee.

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Cagliari, the capital of the Italian island of Sardinia, is a city steeped in history. With roots dating back to the Phoenician and Punic era, this coastal gem boasts a rich tapestry of historical sites, including a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre and the medieval Castello district of typical ancient walls and narrow streets. Beyond its historical charm, Cagliari offers breath-taking views from its panoramic terraces, pristine beaches and a vibrant culinary scene that draws on the island’s many flavours. Whether you travel for history, nature or gastronomy, Cagliari promises a memorable Italian getaway.

Archaeology Travel Writer

Gianluca Pitzeri

Born and raised in Sardinia, from an early age I dreamt of discovering ancient ruins. Currently I am completing a Master’s degree in Archaeology and Art at the University of Cagliari, Sardinia. What particularly interests me now is the potential digital technologies can make to enhancing visitor experience at archaeological sites. Read More

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