Things to do in Pisa

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  • 1

    Leaning Tower of Pisa

    107 reviews

    Amazing to see how this thing is still standing after all these years. Very touristy, as you might imagine, but definitely a must see.

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  • 2

    Piazza del Duomo

    55 reviews

    Everyone knows that the main attraction in Pisa is the Leaning Tower, but the Duomo of Pisa is also not to be missed. It has an incredibly beautiful ceiling mosaic and features some stunning art work.

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  • 3

    Piazza dei Miracoli

    20 reviews

    The Piazza dei Miracoli is a great place to hang out. The main sights of Pisa are here. It does get very crowded though.

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    8 reviews

    While the tower is the main attraction in the piazza, the baptistry is wonderful in its own right. The acoustics inside are unbelievable. It's worth waiting around for someone to demonstrate them.

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  • 5

    Piazza dei Cavalieri

    7 reviews

    This is a beautiful and important square near the center of old Pisa. You can't help but notice the stunning buildings: the Church of Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri, the Palazzo of Carovana, and more for a total of two churches, four palazzos, a tower, and a statue of Cosimo I. When I'm in Pisa I always visit this square and ...

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  • 6

    Campo dei Miracoli o Piazza del Duomo

    5 reviews

    A wide green park with astonishing buildings: the leaning Tower, the Cathedral and the Baptistery. It is a mix of romanic, gothic and arabian architecture. At first sight the leaning tower take the scene and seems to fall down .

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    Camposanto Monumentale

    4 reviews

    Camposanto Monumentale is the monumental stone cemetery located at Campo dei Miracoli in Pisa. It houses the funerary monument of Fibonacci.

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    Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina

    3 reviews

    In the mornings in Pisa I'd go out for runs along the Arno and I wold pass this little building that I assumed was some sort of civic building or police substation made to look like a church. That might be a good guess back in the States, but anything looking like a church in Italy, no matter how small, ...

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  • 9

    Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

    3 reviews

    A great stop after visiting the Duomo, the museum features many of the original frescoes from the Duomo.

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  • 10

    Pisa's Arno River

    2 reviews

    It is very interesting that the Arno River bisects the city of Pisa, just as it does in Florence, Italy. Dividing city into north and south, once again, just like in Florence.

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  • 11

    University of Pisa

    1 review

    The University of Pisa is one of the oldest educational institutions in Europe having been founded in the mid fourteenth century. It's on a side street next to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

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  • 12

    Pisa italy

    2 reviews

    It is famous because it leans .. It stands 60 degrees tall and still would be one of the most remarkable architectural structures in medieval Europe..

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  • 13

    Parco Naturale di San Rossore

    2 reviews

    Pisa is famous for its Leaning Tower, but it has many other treasures. One of them is the beautiful nature park of San Rossore, which stretches from the city to the coast. One cool and romantic way to discover the park is to visit it on a horse-drawn carriage, just like the many noblemen and artists who spent their vacations ...

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  • 14

    Cittadella Vecchia

    1 review

    The Cittadella Vecchia (Old Citadel) and it tower were constructed in the early 15th century. Wherever you are in Pisa, you get a glimpse of this historical citadel and tower.

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  • 15

    Parrucchiere Daniele Hair

    1 review

    I loved sitting in the chair (one of about four) getting my hair snipped and listening to the chatter of the stylists and the customers. Women came and went. Kids stopped in, other relatives too. I exchanged some Italian smalltalk with my stylist (I think it Daniele himself). I got a great haircut, relaxed, absorbed some soothing Italian spa/neighborhood energy, ...

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  • 16

    Cattedrale di San Ranieri

    1 review

    Veramente una bella cattedrale tra l'altro é l'unica attrazione di Piazza dei Miracoli che si possa visitare gratuitamente! All'interno é molto grande e decorata anche con oro, con statue é veramente maestosa.

  • 17

    Ponte di Mezzo

    1 review

    The Ponte di Mezzo is a bridge over the Arno. The Piazza Garibaldi is on one side, where you can have great gelati from La Bottega Del Gelato as you sit by Garibaldi's statue.

  • 18

    Botanic Garden

    1 review

    The botanic garden of Pisa is the oldest university botanic garden in the world, founded in 1544. This walled garden is a peaceful, flora filled escape from the noise and bustle of Pisa. This is a university collection, so in addition to stunning ancient specimen tree, you'll find rows of carefully labeled plant samples. At the time of this writing ...

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  • 19

    Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri

    1 review

    It's basically an homage to pirates. The order of St Stephan had a nasty habit of nicking other people's ships. Lots of awesome banners.

  • 20

    Museo delle Sinópie

    1 review

    Relatively small museum, you can walk through it very quickly and view the drawings that preceded the frescoes of Pisa.

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