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Su Nuraxi, Barumini

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Step into history at Su Nuraxi, a town best known for Su Nuraxi di Barumini, a Nuraghe complex and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This structure was built as a military fortification against invaders 3,500 years ago. Keep in mind that to explore the fort, you should be reasonably fit. Some staircases are extremely steep, while other areas no longer have stairs at all. You must explore this attraction with a tour guide. Using our international travel planner, Barumini attractions like Su Nuraxi can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • 14 entrance fee and you can only access with a guided tour (included in the price). The tour lasts a little bit more of 30minutes and you are very limited to take photos and you can not walk around... 
    14 entrance fee and you can only access with a guided tour (included in the price). The tour lasts a little bit more of 30minutes and you are very limited to take photos and you can not walk around...  more »
  • This nuraghe was placed on UNESCO World Heritage Sites what says a lot about its importance. It dates back to 17th century BC. Blocks of basalt formed central tower and more towers were built around.....  more
    This nuraghe was placed on UNESCO World Heritage Sites what says a lot about its importance. It dates back to 17th century BC. Blocks of basalt formed central tower and more towers were built around.....  more »
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  • Traveling in February there are few crowds. I was the only English speaker so I had my own guide! Amazing the history here.
  • I'd like to start with: dogs are not allowed! The best place on Sardenia to visit some leftovers from the Nurgarish age. It's not really big and you have to pay 14,- Euros for a ticket. I didn't have that much of money to pay for a ticket so didn't visit. With the ticket you get your own guide by the way. If you like to take some pictures it's easy to do without buying a ticket. You can get pretty close and have a look. Cheapskates for life!!

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