The Direzione regionale Musei Sardegna is located in the heart of Cagliari.
How to get here
In order to reach the Direzione regionale Musei Sardegna by public means of transport it is possible to calculate routes in real-time on the CTM web site. The nearest stop is in Largo Carlo Felice, a short distance from Piazza Giacomo Matteotti, where the bus station is located and junction for all the urban lines.
The train station is in Piazza Giacomo Matteotti. For timetables check Trenitalia website.
From the airport of Elmas it is possible to reach easily the centre of Cagliari by train. The train station is connected to the airport through a covered moving walkway. More information available on Trenitalia web site and on the official website of the Airport.
The building borders the church of Sant’Agostino Nuovo, and was built in the historic district of the Marina in 1823. The building overlooks Largo Carlo Felice, a central street full of shops, and a crossroad of people and cultures from all over the world, and is located just a few steps from the port of Cagliari. The structure is surrounded by a wall with high squared stone wainscot, and an upper part made of small bricks interspersed with Ashlar columns. Beyond the round arched entrance with iron gate there is an irregular courtyard. The structure was built on two floors over the ground level, and it is marked by a string course frame with arched or segmental arch openings. Some of this openings are surmounted by shaped framework supported by shelves, and decorated with bas-reliefs. The view is completed at the top by a jutting molded frame.
The offices of the Segretariato Regionale of Sardinia is also located inside the building.