348 Kms from Olbia
15th JuneTime 2 PmTemp :- 14*CWhile in europe, flights costs very less and saves a lot the travel time also as compare to any other mode of transportation (If booked in advance).I did the same. Had an evening flight to Rome and reached around 11 30 pm to just to make it to the last bus to help me reach the hostel.Next 2 days were spent exploring each and every corner of Rome by foot. Rome has got some marvellous architecture dipped in gothic style.
194 Kms from Olbia
Towards the southern tip and nestled in its curved bay is Sardinia’s capital and largest city – Cagliari. Besides flying in, the rich and famous drive their cars straight onto ships that dock at the sea harbor. It is quite the Italian city as Vespas whiz down the streets and locals hang out at cafes tucked around the Seafront Marina District. Sunset is best viewed at the open piazzas as one can watch the sky change color over the city. As you wander around, you see the city’s rich history defined in Roman ruins, museums and churches. Cagliari has a very cosmopolitan feel with the fancy shopping streets adorned with Italians holiday dwellers along with their pet pooches. Besides being an economic and industrial hub, it is home to one of the biggest ports in the Mediterranean Sea. Remember, there are hardly any cabs on the island so one should ideally rent a car to get around the city.
346 Kms from Olbia
Rome 3 days Youth Hostel: Des Artistes This hostel is clean and close to the train station. Their roof terrace and buffet breakfast is a favourite among the travellers. Hotel: Tuscolana This is a value for money hotel five minutes from the metro line and half a block from the city bus line. There are some graffittis that spoil the neighbourhood's ambiance, but don't let that get to you. It is situated in a safe middle class neighbourhood.