One of the few attractions in Cagliari which is free. Although this was the case, it was fairly underwhelming in comparison to many other palaces I have visited in other countries.
Like the cathedral, you have to go looking for the Royal Palace as Cagliari does not make a fuss about it. Indeed, when you find it, it looks like a city building complete with Italian and EU flags from the outside but once you have climbed the staircase (entrance is free) there are a number of rooms decorated with period... More
'Is free' the friendly Italian in uniform told me as I passed the arch and stepped on the majestic stair case. The rooms on the first floor were simply amazing, the chandeliers out of this world, and the very friendly little security man trying to find the best rooms for me to take pictures, made me briefly think that maybe... More
Palazzo Viceregio shares its entrance with the Prefecture therefore you will always find a policeman surveilling, just ask him and he will welcome to enter and take a free visit (there is no ticket to pay here). We were there in an August morning, we could enjoy the beautifull rooms on our own, alone, which doesn't happen very often and... More
The Royal Palace or Palazzo Viceregio is situated next to the Cathedral houses the Provincial Assembly Chamber. It does not really look like a public building, there is a guard in the entrance he welcomed me inside. Upstairs are several really interesting rooms including the highly decorated main chamber. I visited on a Monday when most museums are closed in... More
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