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Leaning Tower of Pisa

Leaning Tower of Pisa

Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most famous attractions of the city and has brought the city much more into the limelight than ever before. It is a bell tower which stands free in the Cathedral of the city of Pisa in Italy. It is also one of the oldest structures of the city. It is also called the Tower of Pisa. The tower is 183.27 feet long on the lower side whereas 185.93 feet long on the high side, weighs almost 16,000 short tons. The staircase of the tower has 296 steps. The tower is leaned to a 5.5 degrees angle towards one side. The materials used in the construction of the tower are marble and stone. The tower has been affiliated to Roman Catholic.

Piazza de Miracoli

Piazza de Miracoli

Piazza de Miracoli, originally known as Piazza del Duomo or Cathedral Square in English is spread over an area of 8.87 hectares and is one of the world's finest complexes. It is one of the important European medieval art centers. The Duomo is located in the center of the square and is also one of its major attractions. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located right behind Piazza de Miracoli.

Duomo di Pisa

Duomo di Pisa

Duomo di Pisa is the Cathedral of Pisa which is a Catholic Cathedral of the Roman of the medieval time span. The cathedral has been majorly dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. It is one of the finest examples of the architecture of the Romanesque. The Archbishop is also seated in the Duomo di Pisa. It was consecrated on September 26, 1118. Some of its major works include Saint Agnes, Saints Peter, Our Lady of Graces, John the Baptist and many more.

Knight's Museum

Knight's Museum

Knights' Square is one of the most important landmarks of the city. The square was previously a political center of Pisa. Some of the important buildings in the square are the Muda Tower, Canonica, Church of St. Rocco, Statue of Cosimo I, Church of Santo Stefano die, Cavalieri, Palazzo della Carovana, Palazzo dell'Orologio, Palazzo del Collegio Puteano and Palazzo del Consiglio dei Dodici.

Natural Park Migliarino San Rossore

Natural Park Migliarino San Rossore

Natural Park Migliarino San Rossore is a natural area which is also protected under the Tuscan Regional Law has hosted almost 30,000 scouts. The lake Massaciuccoli, the rivers Arno and Flume, the Tombolo forests are all housed in this natural park. Some of its major features include poplar, holm oak, domestic pine, alder, maritime pine, ash, pink hibiscus, drosera, osmunda, periploche, gulls, buzzard, vipers, ducks, waders, eels, carps, pikes, gray heron, great white heron and many more.

Church of Santa Maria della Spina

Church of Santa Maria della Spina

Church of Santa Maria della Spina also known as Santa Maria della Spina is one of the most famous churches of the city. There are 2 gates in the façade of the church with lintelled arches. There are more than 13 statues in the church along with a number of sculptures. Some of its main features include the statue of Madonna with Child in the middle of 2 angels, Saints and Angels and many more.

Travelling to Pisa, Italy

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Pisa is a city in central Italy in its Tuscany Region and is famous for the Leaning Tower and the Bell Tower in the city . The city houses some churches, gardens, parks, museums and other recreational sites. Pisa offers some typical dishes like Torta con i Bischeri, Cee alla Pisana, Maggese, Sullo Scio Soup and many varieties of wine. But the city is a gold mine for ice cream lovers as it offers a famous range of zesty flavors and mouthwatering organic gelato. It is the best place to explore cultural events and festivals. Some popular festival is 'Metarock' and 'Turn Off Festival' for music lovers, cultural festivals like Gioco del Ponte and San Ranieri regatta. The city is often referred as the city for book lovers as is the host of 'Pisa Book Festival'. The major sport played in the city is Football with A.C. Pisa as its local team that has played and still plays in the Lega Pro. Although the city experiences very hot summers and decidedly less rainfall, but the beauty of city still keeps the tourist engaged.

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Pisa Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can book your tickets online from this website and also pay on the same platform as well. The method of payment and booking is safe and secure.

How To Get Around?

The city has a number of buses going all around the city so it might be a great option as it will help you have access to almost all the attractions. You can also get a bus pass so it's cheaper to travel via bus daily. Two train stations are also present in the city which can be taken as an option. You can also rent a car.

What Should I Wear?

Denim is not in trend in Italy. So you can go for cotton shorts or silk palazzos or pants. You can pair it up with any top wear. You might have to layer up as well. Boys can also go for khaki bottoms with casual shirts.

Pisa Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The months of April, June, September are the best to visit the city as there are lesser crowds in the city as well as the weather is nice.

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Will I Need a Guide?

The website will guide you about everything. A guide is not needed.

How To Get There?

You can start from Cinque Terre to Florence and then to Pisa via train. It will take almost 2 hours each. You can easily get a train from Florence to Pisa as a train leaves every one hour to the city. It will take you to either of the two major stations in Pisa from where the Leaning Tower is the closest.

Additional Info

Keep your cash safe and properly. You might not want to lose it. Take all your travel documents with you.