Exhibitions and Fairs in Cagliari
Cagliari, Sardinia's capital city, with more than 150 000 inhabitants, bases its economy on a flourishing industrial activity supported by the port. Cagliari Exhibition Center, Fiera Internazionale della Sardegna, collects all these productive experiences in a rich program of events.
In the area of Cagliari there are also several headquarters of multinational corporations: in "Sa Illetta" area you will find Tiscali, a telecommunications provider who has made the history of the Internet in Italy. The fish market of Cagliari is one of the most important in Italy. Cagliari Harbour, from which cargo ships and cruise liners depart every day, is a docking point for many cruise trips.
How to reach Cagliari
Cagliari is right on the access point to the E25 motorway, leading to the north of Sardinia towards Sassari and Olbia. The city is well served by the Elmas airport, a few kilometers from the city centre and harbor, which provides daily connections to Naples, Civitavecchia and Trapani, Palermo, Genoa and Livorno. The Trade Fair of Cagliari - Fiera Internazionale della Sardegna can be reached by bus from Cagliari Central Station, in Piazza Matteotti, and by public transport lines and private shuttles from the nearby airport.
Where to stay in Cagliari
Staying at a hotel in Cagliari is a pleasing experience, especially for the temperate climate that the city generally enjoys. Hotels near the Central Station of Cagliari allow you to get even to the historical centre in a few minutes, by walking on the long Via Dante. In addition to the hotels close to Cagliari fairground - Fiera Internazionale della Sardegna, even very close to the port, there are several hotels, but also B&Bs and budget hotels.
Cagliari Shopping and Nightlife
Cagliari is a lucky city: the sea is accessible from the Poetto beach, less than eight kilometers long. Especially in the summer period, this is one of the city's nightlife spots, with many bars and restaurants that open directly on the beach. The main shopping streets in Cagliari are Via Garibaldi, which takes to piazza della Costituzione, and Via Giuseppe Manno, which leads to Piazza Yenne. Along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, in the area near San Giovanni hospital, and on Via Dante that starts from piazza della Repubblica - where the central station is - there are plenty of fashion and shoe shops. On the promenade of Via Roma, in front of the harbor, there are many restaurants serving excellent seafood dishes.
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