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Pisa Tickets & Tours From Florence

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Discover one of the most iconic monuments in the world during a Pisa Tour from Florence.  A Pisa daytrip from Florence represents a bit of a pilgrimage for some due to the popularity of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.  You’ve seen images on T.V., in magazines, and on the internet; and, now you finally have the chance to see it in person.  An exciting Pisa experience is just over an hour away if you find yourself on a Florence trip.  And, you never know when you’ll be in Tuscany again; so, why not go for it and take that stereotypical Leaning Tower of Pisa photo?  You can take a Pisa city tour that includes access to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.  Or, hire a shuttle service so you can travel in comfort during your Pisa trip from Florence.  Also, you might want to make your Pisa vacation part of a full Tuscany Guided Tour in a minivan, which also stops at Siena, Monteriggioni, and other quaint towns.  And, if you really want to go all out, take the Pisa Guided Tour with Skip-the-line Admission to the Leaning Tower of Pisa!  It’s what to do in Pisa if you prefer to avoid the queues!

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Pisa Tours from Florence


OUR TIPS FOR Pisa Tours from Florence

• Hoofin’ it.If you can walk about a mile, then you should skip all of the taxis at the train station.The walk from the station to the Leaning Tower of Pisa is one mile or less.Save your money for some gelato.

• To Climb or Not to Climb?That is the question.When deciding whether or not to climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa, consider the price, energy expended, worthiness of the view, and, of course, the fact that the building is slanted.If you’re not in good shape, think twice.

• Take the Darn Picture.Pisa is home to one of the most cliché photo-ops for tourists.Think about whether you want a picture of yourself holding up the tower.And, if there is even the slightest urge, then go for it.Who knows when you’ll take another Pisa trip.


Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Pisa is in April or May.  The crush of the tourist hordes of summer has yet to take place and the weather is noticeably cooler than the summer months.  You can also find great deals on accommodations and tickets to various Pisa attractions.  Just keep in mind that you might need an umbrella for intermittent showers.  Summer is by far the most popular time to visit Pisa.  You’ll find it difficult to snap a photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa without also capturing an image of the masses waiting in line for the tower.  Also, it’s really, really hot during the summer; so, bring plenty of water.  Winter presents an interesting option.  The weather is at its coolest and you’ll find very few tourists.  But, you should know that some of the shops and other Pisa attractions may be closed at this time.

Getting Around

Most Pisa Tours from Florence offer complimentary hotel pick-up and drop-off; so, you don’t have to worry about how to get where you’re going.  You’ll simply get dropped off right in front the main Pisa attractions.  Otherwise, Pisa is well connected to the rest of Italy by rail.  Many visitors come either from Florence or from Rome via Genoa.  Most riders alight at the Pisa Centrale Station and walk about 15 minutes to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.  However, if you’re feeling confident and have confirmed with the train operators, the Pisa S. Rossore Station is a tad closer to the tower.  If you wish, you can take a taxi from either station to the heart of the city.  But, keep in mind that this is the most expensive way to travel in Pisa and opens the door to getting taken advantage of by unscrupulous taxi drivers.    

Money Saving Tips

Low on cash?  That’s alright!  Many of the Pisa attractions are free, like the Pisa Cathedral.  Your Leaning Tower of Pisa ticket provides free entry.  And, even without one, you can wait in line for a free ticket to the Cattedrale Metropolitana Primaziale di Santa Maria Assunta.

Did you know?

Quick Trivia – Amaze your friends with these Pisa fun facts!

  • The bells at the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa haven’t run in well over a century.  Planners fear that the inertia of the swinging bells would create just enough force to bring the tower down.
  • Because the Leaning Tower of Pisa tilts towards the south, the southern staircase has two less steps than the northern staircase.   
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa has been declared stable.  Indeed, the tower hasn’t moved since at least the early 2000’s, after a successful restoration.
  • Surprisingly, the Leaning Tower of Pisa isn’t the only leaning tower in Pisa.  The Church of St. Nicola and the Church of San Michele degli Scalzi also have leaning bell towers.


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