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#1 for popularity according to TripAdvisor is Su Nuraxi: Su Nuraxi is a settlement consisting of a seventeenth century BCE Nuraghe, a bastion of four corner towers plus a central one, and a village inhabited from the thirteenth to the sixth century BCE, developed around the Nuraghe. They are considered by scholars the most impressive expression of ...


That should be manageable. Take the bus number 1 from the train station to Piazza Grande. From there it is a short walk to the terminal. The price of the bus ticket is 1.20 EUR. Schedules can be found here: http://www.atl.livorno.it


All towns will have an ATM, though it may not be accessible 24/7. I would expect most restaurants and shops to accept cards, though small ones may not. It would be reasonable to expect to mostly use a card, but don't rely on it.


There is a site that lets you book the ferry from Porto Torres to Propiano. There appears to be one to Ajaccio as well Both operated by SNCM


In terms of card acceptance in Europe I’d rank a few countries basically like so from most able to live just on a card to least: Tier 1: Sweden Tier 2: UK, other Nordics Tier 3: Germany, France Tier 4: Switzerland, Italy, Spain Corsica is France though in many ways more akin to Italy. In France to a large extent and particularly in Italy you’ll often find ...


Don't expect small villages shops to accept cards. Some of them yes, but especially for low amounts, shops' owners will not accept cards. ATMs are everywhere, and almost everywhere accessible 24/7.

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