Practical Information in SardiniaEdit This
Most travelers do not need a visa but unless you come from another european state you would need a passport .Getting There
Flying is the easier way to enter Sardinia. Most tourists come in through Elmas airport
in Cagliari, but some international charter companies also use Alghero or Olbia airports.
You might also want to give a look to boat transportation althought it takes from 12 to 24 hours from the mainland to the island.
Public transportation is not very efficient but cheap and easy. If you plan to move around a lot consider renting a car.Hotels
The quality of hotels in Sardinia ranges from excellent to bad. To help you avoid the bad ones, you might want to contact a local tour operator as Hosteras.it who provides a complete guide of available hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfasts all over Sardinia.Time ZoneSardinia time zone is +1 GMT, meaning 1 hours later than London. It does have summer time, so in the summer the time difference is reduced by one hour for those countries that do have summer time.Money Sardinia's currency is the Euro (EUR).
March 17, 2009 new by italiantraveller
Travelling in a new region, cuisine is a perfect wayto capture the essence of the place RESTAURANT VAN GOGH Traditional Sardinian food, freshly prepared and beautifully presented Afternoon light meals and salads, lunches and dinners Meat, fish, vegetarian and bio Prix fix lunch menus Location easy to reach on S.P. 17 at km.19,4 Well signposted English, French, German etc. spoken Facilities for children, Good parking, lovely garden terrace Panoramic setting, sun kissed more..
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