Cagliari is Sardinia's largest city and the ideal place to soak up the sun and experience the iconic side of Italian culture. This destination is particularly appealing to history lovers who can spend hours exploring the various landmarks dotted across the city. The most famous of these is Il Castello, the oldest neighbourhood in the city filled with towers, palazzo and domes, but the Museo Archeologico Nazionale is also a must-see for those interested in learning about the fascinating history of the ancient settlements which once covered the island. After a day spent delving deep into the history of Cagliari, visitors can spend a well-deserved few hours sunbathing along the 8-km-long Poetto Beach and refuelling on delicious Sardinian cuisine such as malloreddus (a pasta similar to gnocchi) or a crisp flatbread called pane carasau
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