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  • 1. The Tower

    Okay so while I am not the biggest tourist fan, there ARE places in the world where you go and follow all the tourists to see special things, such as THE Leaning Tower of Pisa. Not often am I...

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  • 2. Arno river

    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...

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  • 3. Campo dei Miracoli

    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...

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  • 4. The Baptistery

    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...

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  • 5. Events

    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. (picture from...

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  • 6. Walking around

    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,...

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  • 7. Excursions

    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...

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  • 8. Walking the Arno River

    The beauty of walking down the Arno River was awesome. The river glistens in the sunlight. Buildings with their dark earth town colors stand out in sharp...

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  • 9. Parking

    We rented a car for part of our trip. Mostly, to tour around Tuscany. Many of the major city centers do not allow you to drive in them. When you go to Pisa, you...

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  • 10. Pisa and the Pisani

    Pisa is not a tourist town!!Hard to believe it, if you see the crowded Piazza dei Miracoli. But it is a fact, outside the main attraction of the city, not too...

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  • 11. Friendly vendors in Pisa

    My fondest memory was when I was buying a souvenir and as soon as the vendor knew I was Mexican, he started to sing a Mexican song called 'El Rey' and we sang...

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  • 12. General Info

    Tourism Offices* Ufficio Informazioni DuomoPiazza Arcivescovado, 8 (in front of the Cathedral)- Tel.: (+39) 050 56 04 64- Fax: (+39) 050 831 06 26- E mail:...

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  • 13. Pisa in January

    I loved Pisa and intend to go another time but this time I won't go in January due to the fact that restaurants or cafetterias close really early ... like 6pm,...

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  • 14. make pisa as a day tour from florence

    when in tuscany, its better to make florence as your base and book a tour to go to pisa. there`s not much to see in pisa except for the tower.when we were there...

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  • 15. Ticket Prices

    As they say, nothing in this world is free. Be prepared to pay heavy prices for the tickets to climb the tower and to visit the monuments.It costs 15 Euros to...

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  • 16. Piazza dei Cavalieri

    Piazza dei Cavalieri is beautiful square harmoniously enclosed by a architectonic structure of the 16th and 17th centuries. When Pisa fell under the Medici, the...

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  • 17. Tuscany

    Pisa is located in the beautiful region of Tuscany. This part of Italy combines wonderful hilly landscapes with picturesque historic villages, often located on...

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  • 18. Where is Pisa?

    This map gives you a rough idea where Pisa is located. Click on the map, so you can see the red little dot.Pisa is located in the region of Tuscany. Some nearby...

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  • 19. Duomo/Cathedral

    The building of the Cathedral began in 1063 by the architect Buscheto, and consecrated in 1118 by pope Jealaus 11 while still incomplete. It was finished in the...

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  • 20. Ponte di mezzo

    Pisa's oldest bridge over the Arno river connects Mezzogiorno, south of the river, with Tramontana in the north.Teams of both sides battle on the last Sunday of...

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  • 21. Feel the power of culture

    Piazza dei Cavalieri- Palazzo dell'orologioPiazza dei Cavalieri was the center of the public life during the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages. When Cosimo I De'...

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  • 22. Scuola Superiore Normale

    This School was the seat of the knights of Santo Stefano founded during the government of Cosimo De' Medici. Only in 1810 the Scuola Normale Superiore is...

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  • 23. Cosimo De' Medici

    Cosimo De' Medici is considered the real founder of the political fortunes of the most important family in Tuscany: The Medici. Through banking and commerce,...

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  • 24. ask Poda on VT! I got great...

    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...

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  • 25. Duomo

    I thought this was one of the most beautiful pulpit I ever saw!It’s build between 1302 and 1311 by Giovanni Pisano.The sculpted panels represent scenes from the...

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