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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 ...


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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


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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.


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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


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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 ...


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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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