Treat yourself to a pleasant guided tour of 3 hours and 30 minutes to discover the Marina district, visit churches, monuments and walk along the narrow streets, long time ago inhabited by traders and fishermen. Envelop yourself in the charm of the Port of Cagliari, and go into the "Walking Su Siccu" a fascinating path by the seafront that connects Pier Ichnusa and the Marina di Bonaria known as Su Siccu.
Meet the guide at 9:30 am at the entrance of the Cagliari train station, in Piazza Matteotti and proceed to Via Roma, where, protected by the shadow of the arcades, you can observe the beautiful panorama of the harbor and visit the church of San Francesco da Paola, founded the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin in the seventeenth century. Reach the heart of the Marina and visit the church of St. Eulalia (XIV century) and its underground where is located the most extensive urban archaeological area in Sardinia, full of interesting exhibits of Punic and Roman times.
Continue to Via Baylle where rises the church of Sant'Agostino, built in 1577 and proceed to Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built by the Knights Templar in the thirteenth century. Inside you will find interesting furniture, artworks and a suggestive crypt. At mid-morning, enjoy a coffee or a drink and resume the tour towards the port of Cagliari. Do the Walk Su Siccu, which offers a breathtaking view of the sea of Cagliari.