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Viale Gramsci 19, 8th floor, Pisa, Italy

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    B&B in front of the leaning Tower

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    First of all: great choice. Oisa is too often overlooked by tourists, and has many wonders to show itself as the whole of Tuscany. Here you can find best itineraries to walk on through Pisa, even off the paths. Don't miss pastry shop Café I Miracoli in piazza dei Miracoli: they do everything by themselves and you can eat just in front of the Leaning Tower! They also have frescoed rooms where to sleep http://goo.gl/nuygI. Have a nice time!

    Directions: Piazza dei Miracoli corner with via Santa Maria in front of the Leaning Tower

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Interior wall of the Monumental CemeteryInterior wall of the Monumental Cemetery

But some lean to the right...But some lean to the right...

Duomo, PisaDuomo, Pisa

Duomo, Pisa - west facadeDuomo, Pisa - west facade

Forum Posts

LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by lucycitygirl

Hello,

Does anyone know if there is a left luggage facility at the Leaning Tower as I have a couple of cases that I will need to store somehwere?

Thanks

Lucy

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by worldinabag

Hi

From - http://www.roughguides.com/website/Travel/Destination/content/default.aspx?titleid=116&xid=idh596752120_0547

"No bags are allowed in the tower – there are left luggage lockers at the booking office."

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by sirgaw

Noticed on another post that you are planning on going through the Pisa station - there is left luggage facilities at Pisa Central station and from there you can walk to the tower (about 20 minutes or so) or there is a city bus that will take you very close. 2 years ago we teamed up with another couple and caught a taxi and cost us about 3 Euro for each couple to go to the tower. To get to left luggage, go out the main station door on trackside and turn right. Follow building around and you'll find the office. You'll need passport and they take a photo copy and attach to bags and store for you.

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by mccalpin

Yep, I gotta agree with David that if you're coming in by train (as you should) that dropping bags off at the station makes the most sense.

Note his phrase "Left Luggage" - the Italians always use this British term in translation into English. The Italian phrase that you'll see at the station (along with the English, maybe) is "Deposito Bagagli".

Happy traveling!

Bill

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by sirgaw

Woops I made an error:

>To get to left luggage, go out the main station door on trackside and
>turn right. Follow building around and you'll find the office.

Should read "go out the main station door on trackside and turn LEFT"

I am now giving my self a hiding for the error - LOL

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by mccalpin

Just think of all the new and interesting people they could have met with the original directions ;-). Aren't accidents some of the best memories of a trip ("Uh, why did David send us to the side of the station with the dumpsters?") ? ;-)

Bill

Re: LEFT LUGGAGE FACILITY AT LEANING TOWER

by sirgaw

Thanks Bill - LOL

Travel Tips for Pisa

ask Poda on VT! I got great...

by catweazle

ask Poda on VT! I got great insider infos and so came to taste a pisan speciality and watch a worldcup match (Italy vs. Croatia :-( ) in a bar together with locals. The weather was worse than in Germany that weekend and all i had were sandals, flip-flops, skirts, because for me Italy equals brilliant weather... nevertheless we had a wonderful time walking around, sometimes in the rain.

Campo dei Miracoli

by Poohgirl_007

The Field of Miracles is where the three of Pisa's most well-known buildings are located: the Duomo, Baptistry and the Leaning Tower. They are constructed of creamy marble in the Romanesque architectural style of northern Italy.

A little more to the right... a little more...!

by Jefie

I'm not sure how long this has been going on, but one of the very popular things to do on the Piazza dei Miracoli apparently is to have your picture taken at an angle that makes it look as though you're pushing the tower. While this may seem like a good photo opportunity, I thought it was even more funny to take a picture of said people with their hands pointlessly up in the air :o)

The Arno River...on a wet, cold night

by Tijavi

Besides the Medicis which ruled Pisa after it lost to Florence in 1406, these Tuscan cities share one more thing - the Arno river. While the Arno looks romantic in Florence, it takes on a rather uninteresting 'industrial' character in Pisa, before it empties into the Ligurian Sea. Or was it perhaps because I visited the riverbanks on a cold, wet, autumn night?

Notwithstanding this, the promenade on the Arno riverbank is a good vantage point to take snaps of Pisa and its buildings, even on a wet, cold night. One useful skill I've learned during this time was to how use one hand in taking snaps from my heavy DSLR camera while the other hand holds an umbrella!

Vittorio Emanuele II

by globetrott


The statue of King Vittorio Emanuele II is just in front of the train-station " statione Centrale " and it might help you to find your way to the leaning tower:

You simply go from the station to the statue and go always straigt on, untill you get to the river Arno.
At the river you turn to the left, untill you get to "Santa Maria della Spina" , then you pass the river by the next bridge and go straight on again - along Via Roma - in order to get directely to "Piazza dei Miracoli" and the leaning tower.

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