Went here early morning so the walk was not too hot. Nice site but only limited access at present. You can get to go down the walkway but not into the anfiteatro itself. Most of the site can be Sen from the road.
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You can actually see this from the sidewalk which runs around the outside perimeter...handy because there is a lot of work going on to restore the site and it is shut to the public while the contractors carry it out. Given time (?) it'll re-open...More
A few of us climbed up the hill to find the amphitheatre, direction signs were poor. The closer we got the less inviting the surrounding. We walked by used syringes and other hazards before turning back to the town. I did want to go inside...More
The Roman Amphitheater in Cagliari was closed at the time of my visit, for renovation, but one could get very good views through the fence surrounding it. This fence is situated well above the level of its stage, so actually it's quite good to be...More
Closed to the public when we were in Cagliari in December 2016 - had to look through a fence but it looked impressive from a distance!
We stopped here on our Segway tour , unfortunately we could only see from the outside as they're is on going restoration work being carried out , but would definately be worth a visit when works completed , it will have a tremendous vista
We love seeing all the Anfiteatros throughout Italy and Greece. We were only able to look through the fence at it. It's on a lovely avenue and worth a look.
We hiked up a hill in the searing heat to visit the amphitheatre, unfortunately it's under renovation. We had a look through the fence and managed to take a few pictures. I Wish I could have toured it.
This is currently closed to the public but you can see through the fencing and get the overall effect. There is a large crane in the centre and much work going on to remove old seating and perhaps install new. Worth a look if you...More