Discovering Cagliari's old town
Cagliari is the capital of the island of Sardinia, which belongs to Italy, and is best explored by rental car. The city, with a population of almost 160,000, is located in the southern area and is surrounded by the Golfo di Quartu, the Golfo degli Angeli and the Campidano plain. Cagliari and Rome, the capital of Italy, have two common characteristics: both metropolises were founded a long time ago and are each built on seven hills. In addition, you can rent a cheap rental car in both places and thus explore the city itself and the surrounding area. For almost 90 years, the Sardinian island capital Cagliari has had an airport just a few kilometers outside the center. It is called Aeroporto Internationale Elmas and has the IATA code CAG. If you rent a car directly at the airport, you can explore Sardinia on your own.
Cagliari in springtime is something you just have to experience. If you travel to Sardinia by plane, you will probably land at Cagliari Airport. It is best to take a rental car directly from there and start your spring vacation. Look forward to mild, spring-like temperatures and a paradise of blossoming orange groves. That's how vacations are fun! Another plus in spring in Cagliari are the few tourists. So you can enjoy the white sandy beaches and the deep blue water to the full. In the spring months of March, April and May it is a good idea to visit the historic castles and mountain villages around Cagliari. At this time of year it is not too hot on the island and you can make many excursions around Cagliari. Well, what are you waiting for? Start your well-deserved spring vacation in Cagliari.
The right way to rent your rental car
The following points can be discussed in the airport office of the lessor of your rental car:
Su Giudeu Beachin Cagliari, Sardinien
Take a kayak tour
Since you are always flexible and independent with a rental car, you can explore Cagliari and its surroundings on your own. Visit for example the Cagliari Cathedral or the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari. The Torre dell' Elefante is also worth a trip with a rental car. If you prefer to relax on the beach, we recommend Su Giudeu or Cala Regina. Here you can relax wonderfully and enjoy the wonderful weather. But also for active vacationers Sardinia has a lot to offer. Go on a kayak tour, go hiking or take part in a dolphin sighting. As you can see, there is something for everyone in Sardinia, whether you are a culture lover, sun worshipper or sports enthusiast.
If you are travelling in Sardinia with a rental car, you should always keep to the speed limits. These are 50 km/h in the city, 90 km/h outside the city and 90 km/h on highways. There are no freeways in Sardinia.
In Italy, and thus also in Sardinia, seat belts are compulsory. This obligation applies to all passengers, including dogs.
If you leave the rental car and want to walk a bit, you should know the following markings regarding parking:
|Blue stripes||paid parking|
|White stripes||free parking|
|Black-yellow stripes||no parking|
|No stripes||mostly no parking|
The blood alcohol limit in Sardinia is 0.5, but a strict ban on drinking and driving applies to novice drivers for the first three years.
Operating a cell phone while driving is prohibited. In addition, the lights on the rental car must also be switched on during the day. For each passenger a warning vest must be carried in addition. This can be obtained at petrol stations at the border.