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Pisa Pocket Guide

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Best-known as the home of the Leaning Tower, Pisa presents you with a clear impression of green shutters and bustling piazzas, along with its more iconic sights. Bisected by the Arno River, Pisa is divided into four main historical quarters and each one has its own specific draws. Sunshine, great food and friendly conversation are all found in abundance here, so if you're heading to Northern Italy make sure to add Pisa to your list of destinations to check out.


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  • Cheap Eats Find out where to go for top Tuscan dishes, cheap lunch specials and more...
  • Don't Miss From the Leaning Tower to the Botanic Gardens, we bring you Pisa's top attractions...
  • Pisa for Free Learn how to save money on bottled water in Pisa and much more...
  • A Day in Pisa... Read how we spent the perfect day in this city in Northern Italy

Pisa City Reviews

  • 40%

    Anonymous

    It's the tower. That's it.

    Seriously don't expect to stay more than a couple hours here. We spent the day there (although we were at the end of our long trip, so super exhausted) and there was really nothing to do.

  • 60%

    Anonymous

    Pisa

    In a nutshell, I was a bit let down by Pisa. Walking round, there is a general feel that some of the vibrancy and life that the rest of Italy has to offer is washed away here. The tower isn't as spectacular as other towers in Tuscany, say for example Giotto's Campanile in Florence. It just happens to be on a lean. Others may disagree and feel more suited to the touristy vibe. I was mostly travelling there to use the airport.

    Insider Tip:I did have a brilliant meal in Pisa though! A set meal with bread, salad, pizza, beer and great service for under 10 euros. It was on the main street leading up to the tower, towards the back though away from the crowds.

  • 50%

    qchrissiet

    pass on pisa

    Pisa is alright to stay one day/one night in. Go to Pisa and see the tower, grab a bite to eat in the town - then catch an early train out the next morning.

  • 40%

    Anonymous

    Consider going to Lucca when you visit PISA.

    PISA will be covered by half-day, then you can spend another half at Lucca, 30 minute by train from PISA central.

  • 60%

    shinobisin6358

    Pisa is a good city for half of the day but there is a also a great place for swimming not far away in Tirrenia, Marina Di Pisa and Livorno (20-30 minutes by bus, cost 4 euro return ticket).

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