Cagliari is a small city immerse in the Mediterranean Sea, in the beautiful island of Sardinia.
The city is served by the Cagliari-Elmas International Airport, located a few kilometres from the centre of Cagliari.
It is the 13th busiest airport in Italy by passengers traffic.
A railway line connects the city to the airport (a 6-minutes travel at the cost of 1.25€, 20 minutes waiting between travels); walkways join the railway station to the air terminal.
The terminal is also connected to the city:
- by highway SS 130 (a cab to the centre of the city costs around 20€, with a travel time of 10 minutes)
- by a bus service to the central bus station in Matteotti square, in the centre of the city (a 10-minutes travel at the cost of 4€, 30 minutes waiting between travels).
From Cagliari Airport direct flight to/from most important European capitals are available.
The airport is also connected to the most important italian cities (Rome, Milan , Turin, Florence, Venice, Naples, Genoa, Bologna) with flights having a travel time of around 1 hour.