Parking/s in Sanna Museum - Sassari

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The “Giovanni Antonio Sanna” National Museum is one of the most important museums in Sardinia.
This Museum was founded in 1878, thanks to the donation of Giovanni Antonio Sanna’s archeological collection (and more), and that’s why the Museum bears his name. The Archeological section of the Museum is composed by seven halls: all that is preserved here is used to retrace the history of men along with the history of the island, from the stone age to our days. Inside the Museum you’ll also find mosaics, sculptures and paintings from various eras which shine a light on the artistic development of the Central-Northern Sardinian population. The Museum is a must-see if you’re in Sassari, and because of this, if you’re traveling by car, just park and enjoy the city. To find a parking spot near the Sanna Museum is easy and stress-free, because you can choose to park at the Emiciclo Garibaldi parking lot or in the Piazza Fiume one: from both these locations, you’ll be very close to Piazza d’Italia and the Museum.

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Most of Sassari’s tourist attractions are concentrated in the old part of the city. Here you will find the City Museum, the Fontana di Rosello, the church of Sant’Antonio Abate and the Saint Nicholas Cathedral. Located in the Piazza del Duomo square is the city’s main Catholic church. To comfortably get around Sassari's historic centre, we recommend using one of our Saba car parks, available 24 hours a day and always located close to the most important tourist attractions.