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Pisa is a Tuscan town in central Italy that crosses the Arno just before it flows into the Ligurian Sea. It is the capital of the province of Pisa. Although Pisa is known worldwide for its leaning tower, the city of more than 91,104 inhabitants includes more than 20 other historic churches, several medieval palaces and various bridges over the Arno. Much of the city's architecture has been funded from its history as one of the Italian Maritime Republics. The city is also home to the University of Pisa, whose history dates back to the 12th century. The Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa was founded in 1810 by Napoleon and its offshoot is the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies the best sanctioned Superior Graduate Schools in Italy.


Leaning Tower of Pisa

Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa, Italy
As one of the landmarks in Italy, this tower proves that sometimes even the impossible is possible. The work on this seven-story tower began in 1173. Soon after, in 1178, it became clear that the tower began to top because of the unstable floor below. As a result, the effort was temporarily abandoned. The construction began almost a century later and finally ended in 1319. At that time, the architectural style of the Romanesque into Gothic had changed, as can be seen in the design of the tower. The tower never moved down until its final reconstruction in 2001. Then the structure was stabilized and today it is completely safe to climb it. Please note during your visit that carrying bags in the tower is prohibited. However, there is a nearby cloakroom. There are also long lines before the entry. If you want to avoid this, buy the tickets online in advance. Tickets have to be bought for a certain time.
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Duomo Square

Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, Italy
Also known as Piazza dei Miracoli, this connects several of probably the most famous sights in Italy. With the Cathedral of Pisa, the Baptistery of Pisa, the Camposanto Monumentale and, of course, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, this place offers you a full-day experience in such a condensed space without having to move long distances. The Piazza (Italian for Place) itself is a beautiful sight and offers an excellent perspective on this historic place that every lover of the past must visit at least once in a lifetime. Due to its popularity, you must be prepared to meet many tourists during your walk around the square. However, this is a minor disadvantage compared to the experience you will experience when visiting this beautiful and breathtaking place.
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Campo Santo

Piazza del Duomo 56126 Pisa PI Italy
Literally "sacred field", this peaceful cemetery holds the sacred ground of Golgotha. It was built in the 13th century and served as a burial ground for the wealthy Pisans. It is surrounded by beautiful arcades with many frescoes. Enjoy a quiet walk and marvel at impressive funerary monuments, historic sarcophagi and majestic sculptures.
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This colorful mural is the last public work created by renowned American artist Keith Haring before his death in 1990. The art, located on one side of the church of Sant'Antonio Abate, was intended to depict various aspects of peace.
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Pisa Botanical Garden

56126, Pisa
The Orto botanico di Pisa, also known as Orto Botanico dell'Università di Pisa, is a botanical garden of the University of Pisa and is located in Via Luca Ghini 5, Pisa, Italy. The garden was created in 1544 under Cosimo I de 'Medici as the first botanical university garden in Europe and entrusted to the famous botanist Luca Ghini of Imola. In 1563, the garden was relocated from its original waterfront location to one near the Santa Marta Monastery and relocated in 1591 to its third and current location. Since time immemorial, the garden has housed a gallery of natural objects, a library and portraits of its directors over the centuries. It also contains one of the first greenhouses built in Italy with iron frames.
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Carovana Palace

7 Piazza dei Cavalieri, 56126, Pisa
The Palazzo della Carovana is a palace on the Knights' Square in Pisa, Italy, which currently houses the main building of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. It was built 1562-1564 by Giorgio Vasari for the seat of the Knights of St. Stephen as a renovation of the existing Palazzo degli Anziani. The name, which means "Palace of the convoy", derives from the three-year period that the initiates of the Order undertook for their formation, "la Carovana". The façade features a complex sgraffito pattern depicting allegorical figures and signs of the zodiac, designed by Vasari himself and decorated with busts and marble combs by Tommaso di Battista del Verrocchio and Alessandro Forzori. The current paintings, however, date from the 19th to the 20th century.
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Palazzo Blu

Lungarno Gambacorti 9, 56125 Pisa, Italy
The Palazzo Blu is a center for temporary exhibitions and cultural activities in 9 Lungarno Gambacorti, in the heart of the historical center of Pisa, Italy. Managed by the Fondazione Palazzo Blu, this museum is located in the Palazzo Giuli Rosselmini Gualandi, an ancient palace restored by the Fondazione Pisa. The name comes from the blue color that was recently discovered during an architectural restoration and is attributed to the taste of Russian owners who acquired the palazzo in the 18th century.
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Piazza dei Miracoli

The Piazza dei Miracoli, formally known as Piazza del Duomo, is a walled 8.87-hectare area located in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy, recognized as an important center of European medieval art and one of the finest architectural complexes in the world. Considered sacred by the Catholic Church, its owner, the square is dominated by four great religious edifices: the Pisa Cathedral, the Pisa Baptistry, the Campanile, and the Camposanto Monumentale. Partly paved and partly grassed, the Piazza dei Miracoli is also the site of the Ospedale Nuovo di Santo Spirito, which houses the Sinopias Museum and the Cathedral Museum. The name Piazza dei Miracoli was coined by the Italian writer and poet Gabriele d'Annunzio who, in his novel Forse che sì forse che no, described the square as the "prato dei Miracoli," or "meadow of miracles". The square is sometimes called the Campo dei Miracoli. In 1987, the whole square was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Museum of the Cathedral

Piazza del Duomo 3, 56126 Pisa, Italy
This museum holds an impressive collection of artifacts that once used to be the Cathedral Treasure, including medieval liturgical objects and sculptures. Local tip: the cloister of the museum offers a splendid view of the Leaning Tower.
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Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli Natural Park

This seaside park is a perfect getaway. Hiking trails, cycling tracks, pure beaches and unspoilt nature... What else to wish for?
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Arena Garibaldi – Stadio Romeo Anconetani

Arena Garibaldi – Stadio Romeo Anconetani is a multi-use stadium in Pisa, Italy. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of A.C. Pisa 1909. The stadium holds 25,000 and was opened in 1919. In 2001, the stadium was entitled to Romeo Anconetani, Pisa chairman and owner during their Serie A tenure as well as colourful figure of Italian football in the 1980s, who died in 1999.
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Caffè dell'Ussero

Lungarno Antonio Pacinotti 27, 56126 Pisa, Italy
This café has quite a long history, being open since 1775. This is where the local political and art scene thrived. Situated near the river bank, you can enjoy splendid sunset views from here. Take in the historical atmosphere while sipping your coffee.
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Hostaria Le Repubbliche Marinare

Vicolo del Ricciardi 8, 56125 Pisa, Italy
One of the best places to get seafood in Pisa, accompanied with a fine selection of regional wines.
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Osteria I Santi

71/73 Via Santa Maria, 56126
Situated in a proximity to the city's most famous landmarks, this restaurant serves Italian classics. Despite its location, it is not that expensive.
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Going Out

Garibaldi Square

Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi, 56121 Pisa, Italy
This picturesque square, located in the heart of the city, is adorned with a monument of the famous Italian General Giuseppe Garibaldi, hence the name. Locals say that this place is home to the best gelato in Pisa. So try it. It is also a popular hangout for bars, especially in summer.
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Verdi Theatre

Housed in a spectacular historical building, this theater stages everything from opera to concerts. Its interior is breathtaking.
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Sant'Andrea Forisportam

Via del Cuore, 56127, Pisa
Sant'Andrea Forisportam is a church building, now deconsecrated, in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy. A church on the site is documented as early as 1104, the name deriving from its location outside a gate of the walls of medieval Pisa. The church served as a parish church until 1839, under the jurisdiction of the church of San Pietro in Vinculis. In that year, it was deconsecrated and used as a fish-market. In 1847, it became the chapter of the 'Union of the Sacred Heart of Holy Mary for the Conversion of the Sinful. The church was heavily damaged during World War II, and restored and reopened to the public in 1948. It is not longer consecrated, and is used for theatrical performances as site of Teatro Sant'Andrea. The simple structure consists of a central nave with two lesser flanking ones. The font is a copy of the original Islamic ceramic from the 11th century.
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Tirrenia is a frazione of Pisa, Italy with a population of 3,112 inhabitants. Immersed in the pine forest of the "Litorale Pisano" and in the coast of Ligurian Sea, Tirrenia is situated in the centre of the coast of Tuscany and next to the Parco Naturale Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli, between Pisa and Livorno. In between Marina di Pisa and Calambrone, Tirrenia is a destination for Italian and, more generally, European seaside tourism.
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Cinema Teatro Lux

Piazza Santa Caterina 6, 56127 Pisa, Italy
Seemingly traditional yet actually very innovative and multimedial venue. The beautiful building is well worth seeing even if just passing by.
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Giardino Scotto

Formerly known as Cittadella Nuova, this fortress is one of the most obvious reminders of the powerful past of the city. Being one of few green spaces in Pisa, the surrounding park is a perfect hideaway from the city's buzz. Rest here for a while and enjoy the historical atmosphere of this place.
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Villa Medicea

Via Palazzi 21, 56121 Coltano, Italy
The estate houses an educational center and museum that aims to introduce the region with its natural rarities and rich cultural heritage.
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Pisa Cathedral

Piazza del Miracoli, 56126 Pisa, Italy
Built in 1118, this cathedral is one of the most elegant buildings in Italy and should not be missed when visiting the city. This building is a true architectural jewel, inside and out. The Arabic influence is visible on the exterior facade, which is covered with white marble. The interior will leave you speechless, everything is decorated with great attention to detail and there are some precious works of art that adorn the cathedral. One of them is the famous Madonna with Child statue, but the four evangelists are also worth mentioning. The cathedral is also home to the largest Islamic metal sculpture ever known - a replica of the Pisa Griffin. The original doors of the building burned down in 1595 in a fire and were replaced by the huge bronze doors that can be seen there today. The monument is wheelchair accessible. Assistants for people with disabilities are admitted to the Cathedral free of charge if they prove their identity with an identity card or equivalent.
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Marina di Pisa

Marina di Pisa is a seaside resort of Tuscany, in central Italy. It is a frazione of the provincial capital of Pisa, which lies about 10 km to the east.
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Giardino Scotto

The Cittadella Nuova, now called the Giardino di Scotto or Giardino Scotto is an old fortress in Pisa.
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Corso Italia

Located in the heart of the city, this street is one of the most popular shopping destinations. This bustling street is lined with numerous local and international shops, numerous restaurants and small cafes housed in beautiful buildings. Since it is mainly pedestrian, it also serves as a connection to the station.
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Borgo Stretto

This popular shopping street has much to offer. In addition to a range of shops, there are several cozy restaurants and cafés that are ideal for a snack or ice cream. The road also houses many notable historic buildings, so keep your eyes peeled and admire these gems. Note that here is the house where Galileo Galilei was born.
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Church of Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri

Piazza dei Cavalieri 8, 56100 Pisa, Italy
Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri is a church in central Pisa located on Piazza dei Cavalieri.Construction began on 17 April 1565 in order to build a church for the Order of Knights of St Stephan, founded by the Grand Duke Cosimo de' Medici to fight Saracen piracy in the Mediterranean. The project with designs and oversight by Giorgio Vasari and David Fortini was to build a church on the site of an older church called San Sebastiano alle Fabbriche Maggiori, which dated at least to 1074. The new church on the site was consecrated by 21 December 1569. The facade, in white marble was designed by Don Giovanni de' Medici, illegitimate son of Cosimo I, with the help of Alessandro Pieroni; their designs were chosen over Vasari’s original plan. An inscription commemorates completion during the reign of Ferdinando I de' Medici.
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Baptistery of St John

Piazza del Duomo, Pisa PI, Italy
With a height of 55 meters, this building is the largest baptistery in Italy. Thanks to its shape, it has exceptional acoustics, demonstrated every 30 minutes by a member of staff on duty who sings some notes. The structure of this building is very exceptional. The lower half was built according to Romanesque architecture, while the upper half is Gothic. Also noteworthy is the fact that Nicola Pisano designed the pulpit. The year in which the pulpit was completed is considered the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, as Pisano was the first sculptor in Italy to create reliefs and landscapes that were specific to the period (for example, using ancient coins) Elements and the like). You can reach us from the train station Pisa San Rossore. Avoid buying souvenirs from sellers who do not have a license because you may be fined for buying illegal goods.
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Santa Maria della Spina

Lungarno Gambacorti 56100 Pisa, Italy
This charming 13th-century church sits on the riverbank and immediately catches the eye. Although relatively small, it is often considered one of the finest examples of gothic architecture in the country. Stop by and admire the exquisite façade, the arches and the sculptural ornaments.
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Knights' Square

Piazza dei Cavalieri, 56126 Pisa, Tuscany, Italy
This picturesque square was of great political importance in the Middle Ages. Later it became a university center in Pisa. Not as crowded as other famous squares in the city, this place is worth a visit for the majestic historic buildings that surround it.
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Clock Tower

Piazza dei Cavalieri 56126 Pisa Italy
The historic palace, which now houses the University Library, is worth a visit for its unusual shape and wall decorations. Look up and marvel at the clock and the extraordinary windows. Architecture fans may also recognize some neo-Gothic features.
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Ponte di Mezzo

Although this bridge seems more ordinary, the view it offers is simply magnificent. Since the bridge is in the heart of the city, you will certainly cross it several times.
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Old Citadel

This ancient citadel had lasted several centuries until it was severely damaged during World War II. Completely restored in the fifties, the Guelfa tower now offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
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San Michele in Borgo

Borgo Stretto, 8-12, 56127 Pisa
Built at the end of the 10th century, this church is a wonderful display window with various architectural elements that are installed in a building. Despite its small size, this church is definitely worth a visit. Note the remarkable facade with arcades, historical paintings and frescoes.
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Vittorio Emanuele II Square

Re Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Pisa, Tuscany 56125, Italy
Surrounded by an array of marvelous historical buildings, this square is adorned with a majestic statue of Vittorio Emanuele II, hence the name. If lucky, you may come across some stalls selling local produce.
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Lupa Capitolina

Situated near Pisa's famous landmarks, this statue depicts the Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus, the symbol of the birth of Rome.
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Pisa Centrale Railway Station

Piazza della Stazione, Pisa, 56121 Italy.
The main railway station of Pisa is the main railway station of the Italian city of Pisa, the first station of the city in terms of passengers in front of the Pisa-San Rossore railway station. The station is one of the most important railway junctions of Tuscany. Lines serving the station include three long-distance lines: the Pisa - Livorno - Rome line, the Pisa line - La Spezia - Genoa and the Pisa line - Florence. Local services operate on the route Lucca - Pisa. The 1992 to 2000 closed route from Pisa via Collesalvetti to Vada is only open to freight traffic.
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Pisa International Airport

Pisa Airport, Italy Societa Aeroporto Toscano-SAT I-56100 Pisa Italy
1 km from the city, this is the main airport of Tuscany. The easiest way to / from the airport is the newly established public service People Mover, which connects the airport with Pisa Central Station. It works daily from 6 to 24 o'clock and every 5-8 minutes.
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Hotel Touring Pisa

Via Giacomo Puccini, 56125, Pisa


19 Via Francesco De Pinedo

NH Pisa

10 Piazza della Stazione, 56125, Pisa

Pisa Train Station Hostel

12 Via Pietro Mascagni, 56121, Pisa

Residence Domus

13 Via La Tinta

Il Campanile B&B

16 Piazza Arcivescovado, 16, 56126, Pisa, IT


142 Via Carlo Cattaneo

Royal Victoria

Hotel Galileo