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So many people congregate around this area all year round. You could call it a miracle that there is room for everyone. What other miracles happen here I can’t say. But it’s a must on your trip to Pisa
It’s absolutely beautiful. Better than a post card. It’s really the only site to see in Pisa so just do it when you’re in the area. It was our last stop on a one day of Tuscany from Florence. Glad we stopped by but enjoyed...More
Really enjoyed Pisa. A lot of people said that there was not much to do here but that was a refreshing change after the chaos and hubub of Florence. Walking round the piazza at night when everything is lit up is not to be missed.
When you first glimpse the square with the 4 white medieval structures and the lush green lawns, it is almost difficult to believe such perfection exists (perfect despite the tower’s architectural mistake). Well worthwhile. Several one hour or Two hour tours available.
When you round the corner and walk through the archway you are mesmerized! All of the buildings are bleached white and surrounded by lush green fields. On these green fields sits 4 masterpieces of medieval art. The Leaning Tower, Camposanta, Baptristy, and the Cathedral. We...More
The Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles) was developed by the construction of the cathedral in 11th century,The area of the Square is 8,87 ha. It is registered as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982. In the area you can visit the cathedral, baptistery, leaning...More
It's a large square and if you went inside all the buildings (I didn't) I assume you could spend quite a bit of time there. The buildings are lovely to look at, the square is well kept (no people on grass) and the fencing means...More
Not sure about tickets but I can talk about driving in Pisa. And my advice is: don't. Leave your car at your hotel and take a taxi. It isn't a big place but it has narrow mediaeval streets, little in the way of parking... More
Not sure about tickets but I can talk about driving in Pisa. And my advice is: don't. Leave your car at your hotel and take a taxi. It isn't a big place but it has narrow mediaeval streets, little in the way of parking spaces, and a one way system designed to confuse foreigners.
It's also hot and humid so your mum might find it a challenge to walk far. Younger members of the party will probably find it easy to walk. It's a small and flat city.