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It is called the Leaning Tower or the Tower of Pisa but actually it was never used for defending the city; it is part of the religious complex in the Duomo Square and acts as its bell tower. It played an active role in both human and divine...more
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The Pizza tower is more beautiful than I had thought, and on a sunny day, it wasn't very crowded. I can imagine the experience would be a lot different in peak season, but I was struck by how beautiful the entire church .
Reading the other reviews we must of seen Pisa at its best!
Pre paid the evening before for a ticket to climb the tower at Sunset! €18! Well worth it. Beautiful soundings and amazing views. No queues no hassles! And unlike Florence you are not...More
The leaning tower of Pisa is the main attraction of the city of Pisa, so you should definitely visit it. It's amazing to see how the tower can be so tilted and not fall. You really need to see it with your own eyes.
Beautiful, iconic...a must-see on our Tuscany trip! Pisa is a beautiful little town and the tower is a wondrous sight. Along with the cathedral, the whole area is definitely worth a couple hours of your time. In January, prepurchased tickets to the tower aren’t required...More
Reviewing the Torre di Pisa is beyond common sense. Just think of this: it has been there for 850 years, restored and straightened (it was built an sand, alluvional deposit from river Arno) several times, it's one of the most beautiful architectural achievements of human...More
As part of a family cruise and my little boys first holiday we did a day trip to the Leaning Tower of Pisa for the day. It was an extremely hot day which made us less happy go lucky than usually but we still were...More
A MUST VISIT....
Went to Pisa as Part of our Trip to Rome And WOW wasn’t disappointed.We travelled by fast train from Termimi station which took us a couple of hours and then it took us about 10 mins to walk from there. The Views...More
Have you all wandered what’s on the very top? We’ll, here it is. It’s worth it to plan to include in your visit climbing the tower. We bought tickets ahead of time online. Going down was more challenging to me because there were no hand...More
Response from Lorraine L | Reviewed this property |
I believe the attraction of climbing all those stairs are the views over the countryside. Definitely buy skip the line tickets and if we had of thought ahead we would have bought a ticket to all the buildings.
Yes, there will be people heading down at the same time. The majority of the stairwell has enough room for this so you can take your time or you can easily turn back. However, to reach the very top viewing point the... More
Yes, there will be people heading down at the same time. The majority of the stairwell has enough room for this so you can take your time or you can easily turn back. However, to reach the very top viewing point the stairwell becomes more narrow (only for a very short distance), so you will have to wait to go up or down.