The most obvious of miracles here is that the leaning tower of Pisa is still leaning and has not yet fallen over of course.
The Campo dei Miracoli comprises a set of buildings, the most impressive of... more
Have spoken with several friends who took guided tours around Italy and of course they all come to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa, who wouldn't. But all of them said that after they had seen the tower... more
Pisa is a city in Tuscany on the right bank of the mouth of the River Arno on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Although Pisa is known worldwide for its leaning tower (the bell tower of the city's cathedral,... more
See the candlelit city. During a festival, the people of Pisa line the streets and church with candles. They turn off all the light of the city and just let it be lit all by candles.
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The Campo dei Miracoli is made up of several impressive structures, the most well known of course is the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but also present is the Duomo (cathedral) and the Babtistery. Of the... more
Visit San Gimignano,A beautiful old hill village with narrow streets and a beautiful piazza with a well in the middle, looked like a film set, but do go ethere late in the day after 4.00 when all the... more
Pisa was the last place I've visited during my mini Toscana tour. I had ten lovely days, starting at Ferrara (which is not part of Toscana), moving from place to place and spending no more then two......
I have been lucky enough to visit Pisa 5 times so far since 1999, and have no doubt I will be back again one day!
Pisa is like a mini version of Florence, with its amazing architecture, pretty river,...