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Must Sees in Pisa

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa: The famous tower that was originally intended to be the Cathedrals bell tower.
  • Baptistery: The Cathedral’s baptistery.
  • Duomo: Pisa’s 13th-century cathedral.
  • Piazza Vettovaglie: a daily market with the freshest Tuscan food products, from vegetables to olive oil.
  • Campo dei Miracoli: Also known as la Piazza del Duomo, this town square houses most of Pisa’s historical attractions, including the Leaning Tower.
  • The Duomo Museum: Museum featuring all of the artwork that once inhabited the Campo dei Miracoli’s monuments.
  • Camposanto: 13 century cemetery with beautiful frescos.
  • National Museum of St. Mathew: Art museum featuring works from the 13th to 16th century.
  • Via Borgo Stretto: energy-filled street with great shops.
  • Antiques fair: On the Ponte di Mezzo on the second weekend of every month.

Tuscany’s Pearl

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most recognized symbols of Italy and a truly special site to visit; but it isn’t Pisa’s only gem.

This city is absolutely inundated with history, which, alongside its thriving energy and exquisite cuisine, makes it an outstanding destination.

Shopping, Festivals & Cuisine

Festivals & Events

  • Free classical music concerts: Summers on the steps of the Duomo.
  • Gioco del Ponte: Medieval game of tug of war between Pisa’s neighborhoods. Accompanied by a festival. Last Saturday of June.
  • Festa di San Ranieri: The festival in honor of Pisa’s patron saint, involving lighting the Arno River in torches on June 16 and a boat race on June 17.