Barumini Unesco Site and Giara of Gesturi Half-day Tour from Cagliari
"The guided excursion to Nuraghe of Barumini and the Giara’s mini horses starts from Cagliari usually in the morning and lasts for half a day.Nuraghe of Barumini.The guided tour of the archaeological site of Barumini will introduce you to the origins of the Sardinian culture. 'Su Nuraxi' the Nuraghe of Barumini is located just few steps from the village of Barumini and from the Park of Giara in the region of Marmilla. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 by UNESCO the Nuraghe of Barumini is definitely one of the most famous and most important archaeological sites of Sardinia.The importance of the archaeological 'Su Nuraxi'
"The journey begins with a pickup from accommodations in South Sardinia. Join the specialized history guides as the group explores ancient stone buildings that belonged to the Sardinian population dating back to 1500 b.c. They represent the most important monuments of the pre-historical Sardinia and were built by the ancient technique called ""dry stone wall"" which is constructed without cement.The word 'nuraghe' means a mass of stones and it is considered the symbol of the Sardinian Nuragic population. This period has some of the most important Mediterranean protagonists from thousands of years ago with morning departures at 9am or afternoon departures at 3pm. This itinerary concludes with a tasting of the typical Sardinian snack called ""Sa Picchettada."" The 4-5 hour tour ends back in South Sardinia by dropping off participants at their accommoda"""Italy's island of Sardinia is rich with history
"Your English Speaking driver will pick you up at 08.30 am from your accommodation in RomeStart the visit with an intense introduction to the life of St Peter and Saint Paul from a very exclusive spot when Rome is still sleeping. Then stop at the Mame where the two Saints were kept in chains under the crazy Emperor Nero. You can also visit it from the inside.Move to the Aventine Hill the place where the early Christians started to profess their religion. Visit what once were the first two Domus Iglesias today known as the Church of Saint Sabina and Saint Prisca under which the first Christians met in secret!Move to the Appian Way and explore the Church of Quo Vadis where you will find some amazing evidences of the life of the two Saints.Visit the Catacombs where the early Christians were buried
From the International Marine Park, I just kept walking southeast. It was quite a walk. There was a road that led into this area, but I don't know the name of it. Make sure you bring a water bottle. ...