Hotel Novecento

via Roma 37, Pisa, Tuscany, 56126, Italy
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taxi from tourist bus park

by margoami

I understand the tourist bus park is 2 miles from the Leaning Tower. We'll be on a cruise trip by bus. My wife can't walk that far due to knee surgery. Are there taxis available from that site?

Re: taxi from tourist bus park

by mccalpin

Let me understand...you are buying a shore excursion from the cruise line, you are stopping in port somewhere (like Livorno?), taking a chartered bus to Pisa, and then the bus takes you to within 2 miles of the Tower and makes you walk the rest of the way? Hmmmn, that doesn't make a lot of sense.

I can believe that the parking lot/staging area for tour buses is some distance away - space is at a premium in places like this - but I don't understand why the bus wouldn't drive you close to the Piazza dei Miracoli (where the Tower, the Duomo, the Baptistry, and the museum are), let you off, then go to the staging area to wait for the call to come get you...this would be much more typical for the way tour buses work.

Conversely, the bus might take you to a lot nearer the Tower and make you walk, but that distance wouldn't be 2 miles - Pisa just isn't that big(!). After all, the AIRPORT is less than two miles from the Tower (as the crow flies)...

How is it that you know that the tourist bus park is two miles away; did the cruise line tell you that?

Bill

Re: taxi from tourist bus park

by microsensazione

I need to know the name of your bus park. Is it "Park Bus Pietrasantina"?
If so, there is a bus service (Navetta - line C") from there to Duomo (Piazza dei Miracoli).
Let me know.

Fabrizio

Re: taxi from tourist bus park

by JohanIsWeg

Might not help you, but we got the train and got off at Pisa San Rossore station, which is just behind the complex. Don't miss the Camposanto Monumentale - impressive history!

Travel Tips for Pisa

Arno

by croisbeauty

The name of Pisa signifies meadowland or delta, it is situated at the confulence of two rivers, The Arno and the Serchio. This two rivers, before they join, delimit an extensive area of marshland by which the city is isolated and defended.
Pisa is Europe's most ancient maritime city and has always kept alive the Ibero-Ligurian name given it by its founders.

City walls view

by sandysmith

I love to get shots from a different angle and this view taken from the city walls was certainly a different perspective! Take time to enjoy a walk on the walls you won't regret it. The sound of singing in the baptistry resounding all around. I was moved to tears

Santa Maria della Spina

by tompt

This little church is the only highlight of Pisa we found outside of the Campo dei Miracoli. The church holds a thorn of the crown of Jesus. Unfortunately we visited Pisa on a monday, the only day the church is closed....
On other days you can visit the church between 10 :00 and 14:00.

Bel muro!!! Komplimenti

by croisbeauty

The authorities, all over the world, struggle against non authorized graphites which, more or less, deface many facades over the town, sometimes even those which belongs to the important buildings or monuments. It seems that nothing can stopped this individuals who, very often, make incorrible damages to the objects of their desire.
This is an mocking graphite towards the owner of this house which says: "nice wall!!!, congratulations". It is even not funny, nort at all.

Torre del Campano

by Sarita76

This high, narrow, tower-shaped building stands on the present Via Cavalca. It should be possible to date back the original structure, consisting of the regular stone portion raising up to the unloading arch, to about the first half of the XII century. The building, known as "Torre del Campano", owns its name to the fact that it supported on its top the bell striking the daily study hours of the students of the near University of Pisa. In the Middle Age, the tower arose in the heart of the town in a particularly important area, as it was situated both near the Arno and not too far from the core of the political power of this Maritime Republic. The building was included in the Parish district of the church of Santa Margherita, in the area of Ponte, situated right in front of the tower. Reported proofs of the existence of this church date back to 765, year in which the dean Aluarto had it built up, proofs of its original location, situated between Via Cavalca and the Vicolo Tidi, result from the Scorza plan dating back to the first half of the XVIII century. We also know that this ecclesiastical building must have been destroyed about this same time.

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Address: via Roma 37, Pisa, Tuscany, 56126, Italy