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Pisa Pocket Guide

Images Of Pisa

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

  • 80%

    Anonymous

    Small, pretty city near the beach for hot weather!

    Pisa is a small city in the north of the region of Tuscany! Which means it can be really hot here in summer (as in most of Tuscany). Other than that it's a beautiful city! Espacially the Piazza di Miracoli, whit the tower and it's cathedral. Pisa isn't really big, but it's really close to nearby cities as Lucca & Florence (Firenze in Italy). It's also pretty close to a beach, which is only appr. 30 minutes away with the bus. Another plus, the airport is really close by the city center!

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    Beautiful city, though not a lot to do and generally quite expensive. All the sightseeing is pretty steap, The Leaning Tower of Pisa is 18 euros, and the view from up there is NOT that good.

  • 60%

    Anonymous

    Worth a visit

    Pisa was definitely not my favorite city. It is mostly known as a party city, and since we didn't have time to party we were just there for the tower. If this is your same situation I would recommend making it a stop, spend 4-5 hours max and move on to another more enjoyable city for the night.

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    If you have seen the tower, you have seen it all!

    as the title says, there really is not a lot to do in Pisa. By all means though take those touristy snaps and hang out on the grass around the leaning tower it makes for a good atmosphere!

    Insider Tip:GO TO THE CINQUE TERRE!

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    Pisa

    Its a really small city so you don't need more than 1 night to explore. Walk everywhere and make sure you visit all their churches and gardens - especially the botanic's as it's really nice. The tower is actually quite impressive and the best thing to do is sit down and watch everyone try to take funny pictures.

    Insider Tip:The shops all close for a siesta around 1-4. This is the perfect time to relax in one of the parks or have a nap yourself.

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