Residence San Rossore

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via del Capannone, 4/b, Pisa, 56122, Italy
Residence San Rossore
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 14% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Business33

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Forum Posts


by whiterosehit

how do you find the address to send off the fine

Re: whiterosehit

by bekerovka

What kind of fine? Who did it? Polizia, vigili urbani, carabinieri?

Re: whiterosehit

by leics

Did you get caught by the CCTV cameras driving in a zone where you were forbidden?

You should have instructions for paying the fine included with the notification. If it's in Italian, you may have to do some translating. is a useful translator.

If you are still in Pisa ask at the tourist information office. They'll tell you what to do.

Re: whiterosehit

by qaminari

whiterosehit is a strange question title! What sort of fine are you asking about? If you've received one, it should have instructions for how to pay, if you haven't received one it's hard to advise! Maybe this will help:

Travel Tips for Pisa

Saved the Tower

by Goner

The Tower of Pisa is actually the bell tower (campanile) of the cathedral. Its construction began in the August of 1173 and continued (with two long interruptions) for about two hundred years. Both because of its leaning, and its beauty, the Tower has been the object of very special attention.

The Tower started to lean during its construction, efforts were made to halt the inclination through the use of special construction devices; later columns and other damaged parts were substituted in more than one occasion; today, interventions are being carried out within the sub-soil in order to significantly reduce the leaning and to make sure the Tower will have a long life.

Scientists from all over the world have had a hand in stopping the 'lean".

The Tower wasn't open for visitors when we were there, but in December 2001 it reopened. The price of a ticket is $14 US and is open from 9am to 5pm. (winter through February). There are guided visits with a maximum of 30 people. There is access to the bell tower but not the separate floors. You are not allowed to carry purses or containers of any kind into the Tower, they must be left in a coatroom beside the entrance.

or check their website: For information call: 39050560547

Also, I just read in a magazine that you can go online at to book tickets for entrance into the Tower. Since I work for a construction company I couldn't resist "straightening" the leaning tower in my picture

Piazza dei Miracoli

by croisbeauty

Piazza (or Campo) dei Miracoli is the trade-mark of Pisa and probably the only reason why most of the tourists are visiting this town. The whole complex looks like delicate lace of small arches, columns, pinnacles, spires and statues, creating an fantastic play of lights and shadows around the dome rising towards the sky. It is a monumental structure which, realized during three centuries, constitues unique complex in the history of the Italiam art, but not only.
Piazza dei Miracoli is a result of an original sensibility, which is called Romanesque-Pisan style.

Piazza del Duomo (Campo del...

by sunnywong

Piazza del Duomo (Campo del Miracoli); a well known square where you will find the top three attractions in Pisa – the Duomo, the baptistery and the campanile (the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa).

The 'Lucertola'. This little...

by Azhut

The 'Lucertola'.
This little animal is very famous in Pisa becuase it said that she gives u luck if you touch her! Young students touch her 100 days before their highschool's final exams ;-))
I'm not supersticiuos!!! I didn't touch her!!! Evey day you can see a lot of tourists standing in front of the door of the Cathedral but is difficult to see someone looking at the Lucertola, only pisan citizens know this anedocte!

Torre Guella & the Citadella

by globetrott

Along the river Arno you may see plenty of interesting buildings, such as Torre Guella and the Citadelle of Pisa , the red building in the background of my picture.

In the 15th century it was an important part of the fortifications of the town.
50 years ago it was restored.

On the left you may see Santa Maria della Spina , a great gothic oratory !


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