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Semi-Private Tour: Day Trip to Florence and Pisa from Rome with Lunch
"Depart from Rome and drive through the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Once you arrive in Florence the city tour will start at Piazzale Michelangelo where you can enjoy the amazing view of the entire center of Florence. Then you will reach Ponte Vecchio for some of the best views of Florence. You will walk through the lovely streets of the city and yo with its beautiful Brunelleschi's Dome. Before reaching Piazza della Signoria you can also admire the Baptistry and Giotto's Bell Tower. After lunch (included) you can relax and have a walk in the nice San Lorenzo outdoor market where you can find a very high quality leather jackets and other clothes at very convenience price (Florence is very famous for its leather products)You will leave Florence arou where the guide will show you the famous Leaning Tower Piazza dei Miracoli
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Artglass Tour of the Leaning Tower Square
"By wearing this glasses and following your map you will automatically get explanations historical reconstructions of the monuments and many other curiosities narrated by Pisa's historical figures such as Galileo Galilei.You can find out what the ""nails of the devil"" and ""the golden section of the Baptistery"" mean why the Bell Tower is leaning and much more.The ARtGlass devices give you an unique individual experience while explaining to you the city's history and one of the most beautiful squares in the world!The multimedia glasses are suitable for all ag""You can visit Piazza dei Miracoli in a unique way thanks to the ArtGlass: through wearable video glasses you’ll be offered a mix of videos and storytelling to discover a new dimension of art and history.title=Highlights&1=ArtGlass+self-guided+tour+of+Piazza+dei+Miracoli+in+Pisa&2=Learn+about+the+World+Heritage-listed+Piazza+dei+Miracoli+with+the+ArtGlass+tour&3=Hear+stories+told+in+the+voice+of+famous+Italian+masters+such+as+Galileo+Galilei&4=Take+a+self
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Audio Guided Tour of the Leaning Tower Square or Pisa City Centre
"The list of the points of interest included in the Leaning tower square video guide tour: Introduction: square of Miracles - the role of the square - Leaning tower history - Leaning tower description - Cathedral history - Cathedral description - the Le luminarie La Regata"" - ""Caffè dell'Ussero"" - Palazzo Reale - Domus Galileiana - Bothanical Garden - ""La Cittadella Nuova"" - A typical wine produced in Pisa: the white wine S. Torpè - A delicious tuscan street food : ""schiacciata"" - A typical dish of Pisa: """"The Leaning tower square video guide tour includes a full description of the monuments exteriors and interiors: Cathedral Baptistery Monumental Cemetery and leaning tower.Pisa city centre tour video guide tour includes both the full description of the monuments in Piazza dei Miracoli and of the maincultural and historical points of interest in Pisa city centre enhanced with an
From EUR5.00

Train to tower

If truth to tell there is very little to see in Pisa (although I'm sure other will disagree) apart from the famous tower, together with the Cathedral and baptristry. If you want to make a 'flying...
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Sep 07, 2013

In Pisa

Pisa has 2 train stations, you will proberly arrive at Pisa Centrale.If you are just stopping off for a few hours whilst you are travelling through Pisa there is a baggage store facility at Pisa...
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May 26, 2012

Reading THE BILLBOARD/Station

Understanding the Billboard Train Times in the station.The photo shows the train number, the time it leaves and where it makes stops. They are all listed by the 24 hour clock time. Listed in the photo...
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Oct 03, 2011

Punctual, clean, efficient

Wherever we travel to we always try to use public transport while we're there. In Italy it's very straightforward, buy a ticket; this can be either from a machine or from a ticket office. In Pisa...
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Sep 14, 2011

To Pisa from Florence (or vice versa)

You have three choices if you land at Pisa and want to get to Florence. Either you can take the Terravision bus: costs more than the train, may get...
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Apr 26, 2011


While in Italy I travelled from city to city on the trains - Trenitalia. I used both the Inter City trains and the Eurostar. The Eurostar trains get between destinations faster (as they have fewer...
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Apr 04, 2011


Pisa is easily reached by train from Florence.It takes just over an hour, costs €4,90, and leaves every twenty minutes or less.From the Pisa central station you can walk to the Campo dei Miracoli, it...
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Apr 04, 2011

Station closest to Campo dei Miracoli

Whether you are arriving by train from Florence or Lucca, the station best situated to provide access to the Field of Miracles (Leaning Tower, Cathedral, Baptistry and Camposanto Monumentale) is NOT...
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Jul 31, 2010

From Florence to Pisa by train

Like many people, we decided to visit Pisa as a daytrip from Florence. Trains to Pisa leave from the Santa Maria Novella station in Florence every 30 minutes, tickets cost 5.80 Euros, and the trip...
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Jul 15, 2010

Pisa airport

Just a small rant here!Pisa airport is often the gateway to this part of Tuscany. Arrivals first, for an onwards train ticket turn right as you leave arrivals, the ticket office for train travel is at...
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Feb 26, 2009

Train to Pisa

The train from Rome's Termini to Pisa Centrale takes about 2 hours and is pretty efficient in terms of timings. It costs about Euro 28 for a one way ticket in a second class coach where you might be...
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Feb 23, 2009

The Starting Point to the Leaning Tower!

Visiting Pisa is a perfect day trip from Florence or if your on your way to Cinque Terre. All one really needs is about three hours to be able to see the Leaning Tower and the Catherdral. Don't give...
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Jan 15, 2009
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"More then just the leaning tower"
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"PISA is a lot more than just the leaning tower"
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"Citta con torre ubbriacato"
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"Pisa, gateway to Tuscany"
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"Beautiful Pisa"
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Chiesa di San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno - Church

The church of San Paolo was built in 805 and completely rebuilt during the 11th and 12th centuries and re-dedicated by Eugene III in 1148. The marble front facade, in characteristic Pisan style, has...
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If you're visiting the Field of Miracles coming from the train station then you'll pretty much trip through the Corsa d'Italia. This is Pisa's main thoroughfare and offers a variety of shops,...
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Leaning Tower - Torre Pendente

The Piazza Dei Duomo maybe a Unesco World Heritage site and is really beautifual work of art, but the singular structure that put Pisa on the World Map is the lowly Campanile (Belfry) of the...
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Palazzo Reale

The Palazzo Reale was designed by Bernardo Buontalenti and built between 1583 and 1587 as the summer residence of the Medici family who would often spend time in Pisa when it got too hot to stay in...
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Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina - Church

This tiny, pale Gothic church on the bank of the river Arno is quite a contrast in scale compared with the huge cathedral in the nearby Campo dei Miracoli . The pinnacles and spires are richly...
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Museo delle Sinopie

located at the southern part of the Piazza Dei Duomo Complex sits the Museo Delle Sinopie, which is a museum dedicated to the Sinopia, which are preparatory drawings used for painting in fresco...
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