Located in the Tuscany region of Italy, Pisa is undoubtedly one of the ancient, and therefore, most visited cities in the country. Of course, a day in Pisa is not enough to explore every nook and corner of it, but it suffices if you’re looking to visit the following major sites:
A DAY IN PISA
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
If Pisa is known for anything, it is climb to the top is worthwhile to savor the view of the city. . Built in around 1372, the building only slightly leans, an event that took place centuries ago because of the liquefaction of the surface below. More than anything, a
It is also located in the same Piazza del Duomo that houses The Leaning Tower of Pisa and as a matter of fact, it, too, leans a certain degree. It was here that Galileo was baptized.
The Cathedral of Pisa
Yet another famous building in the Piazza del Duomo, the Cathedral of Pisa boasts ornate bronze doors that lead to the intricate interior with a dome featuring Assumption of Mary fresco.
Knight’s Square (Piazza dei Cavalieri)
Located en route to the Leaning Tower, the Knights Square is often overlooked. However, its architecture and spacious extents hold the history of the knights, including St. Stephen.
The Walking Street (Corso Italia)
Also known as the High Street of Pisa, Corso Italia is lined with souvenir shops and everything good in between. It’s located just off the Cathedral Square and the bell tower.
Torre Guelfa was originally built to control the river traffic into the city. Today, it stands as a rusted building, offering spectacular views, and an arsenal of coats of arms of Pisan families.
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Walk along the Riverbanks
When you’re done with exploring the best of Pisa, ease out by taking a stroll alongside the riverbanks. See how the water calms you.
Pisa has much to offer and our list is in no terms an over-generalization. You can explore the city just the way you like! However, if you aren’t sure where to stay, we have a recommendation.
WHERE TO STAY IN PISA
Hostel Pisa should be your choice if you’re a backpacker. Why? Because it is only away from the Pisa Centrale train station by 7 minutes, offers amenities that would make you feel at home.
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Rome and the Vatican are packed with places to see and history to marvel at. If you’re going to stay there for a few days only, it’s very impossible to squeeze and see everything you want to see. This will let you see the places you’ve been dying to visit and know of from the pages of history books.