Experience Pisa with us

Welcome to Pisa, home of the leaning tower and probably for many the only reason for visiting this Tuscan town. However, give Pisa your time, and you’ll soon find plenty of reasons to look and explore beyond the tower. Seek out, and you’ll discover, and uncover an intriguing history, a town with charming squares, pleasant cafes and restaurants. Head around the Square of Miracles or the cathedral and knight’s square. There’s the old town to explore, and makes sure to check out the panoramic views of the Lugarni. You won’t be disappointed. Of course, there’s always the option to climb the leaning tower too, to get the views. Pisa is a Tuscan gem, a city that will enthral all those that look beyond the leaning attraction.

Our tips for Pisa

Enjoy the leaning tower and try the local food: It goes without saying that you’re there to visit the tower, perhaps even go up it! Allow 2 or 3 hours for that, then seek out some of the local food, especially Pici, a type of thick spaghetti from the Tuscan region.

Good to know

Best time to visit
Spring to autumn are the best times to visit Pisa, yes it’s generally when most people come, but it’s also when you’ll get the best weather.
Stay Safe
Pisa is generally a safe place to visit and wander around at night. As with most tourist destinations, just be aware of your surroundings and belongings.
Money saving tips
Joining a tour is the best way to save money. Visit the isango! tours to pick your best option and enjoy Pisa at its best. You’ll save money that way, which you can spend on enjoying the city’s pleasant café culture.
Did you know?
Impress your fellow travellers and friends with these tidbits of information. • You’ll probably be visiting Pisa to see its leaning tower. It originally wasn’t meant to be an independent structure but part of a more extensive complex! • If you think that’s the only leaning tower in Pisa, you’d be wrong! Because of the unstable ground, there are other leaning towers! The bell tower of the Church of San Nicola being one. • The leaning tower has seven bells, but they haven’t rung since the last century because engineers are worried that the vibrations might compromise the tilting!

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