Located beside the tower and it’s a kind of graveyard that is worth a visit. It really transports you back in time
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The piazza is really nice but was very very crowded. We were there on the weekend which probably explains why. Probably best to go mid week when the Italians are working! However, all the buildings in this complex are gorgeous and majestic from the outside...More
There is more to Pisa than the Leaning Tower. This area comprises the tower, a cathedral, baptistery, ancient graveyard, two museums and a palazzo. We spent more than two hours seeing all but the museums and palazzo, and a picnic on the grounds was our...More
Spent the day visiting the baptistery, museum, cathedral and the amazing leaning tower. Consider this massive engineering stuff up to be one of the most amazing sites we've visited. I could only imagine an angry Bishop when he walked onto the construction site and the...More
This is a site that should be visited in beautiful weather with the expectation of pending some hours. At the ticket office you buy tickets for the number of sites you want to see, avoiding repeated lines for entry.
The best part of Pisa of course is the Duomo and the The Leaning Tower. If can be difficult to park so you may have to walk quite a ways once you find a spot. We parked at a grocery store parking lot (which you...More
I was fortunate to visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site.It is huge closed area covered and having different architectural important complexes like Baptistery ,A Cathedral and it’s Bell Tower which is leaning and became world famous as Leaning Tower of Pisa and monumental cemetery. If...More
Lovely setting with a magnificent buildings. Take a slow stroll around and enjoy the history of this entire place.
A nice green space place to slow down and take in all the history and buildings the town has to offer. It's a touristy place-so be aware of your personal belongings as you wander. Lots to easily fill and afternoon or morning.