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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Totally loved it! Our guide Alice was the kindest person ever. She managed to bring history to life. Climbing the Duomo was hard but worth it especially for the views!!! DoTravel tours are always high quality!


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Very informative.

Great tour guides/leaders


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Best 2 days in pisa

what a tour, it was wonderful, wine tasting, road trip, stopping few time on the way, taking a lot of pictures. really enjoyed the trip. Must take this pisa day tour from florence if you going for holiday in italy.


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pisa walking tour

unforgettable trip


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
A perfect day in Pisa

An amazing day of taking in the sights, our guide Andrea was wonderful and made such an effort with our two young daughters. They had such a good day and learnt a lot along the way.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Our guide Claudia was very nice. The tour was informative. The only drawback was the wait for it to start. There was some confusion but once it started all was well.


Tours In Pisa

Lovely medieval Pisa, once a fearsome maritime power, now a tourist hotspot. The worthy rival of Genoa and Venice, attracts the most attention for an architectural wonder gone wrong. However, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is just the tip of the sightseeing iceberg. It may sound a bit touristy and slightly cheesy, but a Pisa tour guide can do miracles. How? By completely changing your perception of the city and its history. The city’s eventful history left behind countless stories to be told and landmarks to be seen.

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Discover all that this beautiful and historical city has to offer!

Just looking around Piazza dei Miracoli will open your eyes to one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Italy, the largest Baptistery in Europe, and Camposanto cemetery wrapped in legend. With more than one day in Pisa, you’ll also notice the city center filled with a vibrant bar and cafe scene. The presence of an ever-changing, ever-energetic student population brings a fresh breath of life to the ancient Gothic and Romanesque buildings.

What’s the best way to explore Pisa? On a guided tour of course. Pisa guided tours come in many shapes and sizes. A Pisa sightseeing tour focuses on the city center; others take you to the outskirts and surroundings. So, before you visit Pisa, browse the page to discover the right guided tour of Pisa for you!

Best Pisa Tours: Highlights

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Pisa Tour Tips

Pisa Travel Guide: What To Know

Quick Facts



Known For

Leaning Tower

Activity Type

Pisa Excursions

Yearly Visitors

5 Million + (Pisa Tower)

High Season

July - August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Best Pisa Tours: Highlights

  • Learn Pisa’s ancient history! A Pisa guided walking tour takes you to the remarkable Piazza dei Miracoli, where your expert local guide shares with you little-known facts and anecdotes about Pisa’s monuments.
  • Embark on a hop on hop off Pisa bus tour and explore the city at your own pace! You decide how long you want to visit each site, and ‘Hop on’ ‘Hop off’ as many times as you wish!
  • Travel through the rolling olive groves and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside on a wine tasting Pisa excursion. Savor some of the wines as you learn about the traditional winemaking process.
  • Eat your way through Pisa! Learn about the culinary history as you sample the local cuisine at some of the best places with a Pisa food tour. You can even try your hand at a cooking class!
  • After seeing the best of Pisa, explore the Tuscan region. Discover the small towns, vineyards, and landscape of Tuscany with day trips from Pisa!

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While on any of the tours Pisa offers, make sure to have your camera out and capture the most photogenic sights. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Wait for sunset and capture the beautiful Renaissance buildings reflecting on the Arno River.
  • Snap a shot of all the outstanding buildings in the Square of Miracles: the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Campanile, the Campo Santo, and the Leaning Tower.
  • Photograph the intricate graffiti representing figures and zodiac style signs on the Palazzo della Carovana’s façade.

Got a winner? Choose your best snap from your favorite Pisa tourist attractions. Post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram!

Pisa Tour Tips

  • If you don’t feel like walking a lot, you can embark on a more dynamic exploration on a bike. Better yet, if it’s too hot to move on foot, Pisa Segway tours are also on offer!
  • Avoid last-minute stress by booking your Pisa tickets in advance, especially if you plan on touring Pisa during the high season.
  • Some of the best tours in Pisa include entrance tickets to the main attractions as an additional option. Spend a little extra and enjoy skip the line Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets access.
  • Are you looking for a more personal experience? With a private tour of Pisa, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide. You can also customize the tour based on your linking. 

Pisa Travel Guide: What To Know

  • The best months to visit Pisa are April, May, September, and October. During this time the weather is pleasant, and you’ll find fewer crowds at the main attractions.
  • During the summer, temperatures can get up to 30ºC, so use sunscreen, wear a hat, and stay hydrated. You can refill your water bottle at the water fountains around the city.
  • Be aware of your surroundings! Like in any other major city, pickpockets can happen, especially around the most touristic areas.


What is there to do around Pisa?

Whether you stay for a few days or make a Pisa day trip, these are some of the must-see attractions:

  • Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta;
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa;
  • The Baptistery;
  • Campo Santo;
  • Santa Maria della Spina;
  • Palazzo dei Cavalieri;
  • Borgo Stretto.

A guided tour makes sure you cover all the monuments listed in the Pisa tourist map, all while learning fascinating facts about them!

What is the best Pisa tour?

There are many options when it comes to city sightseeing Pisa. So, depending on what you’re most interested in, you can choose from any of our tour offers. Here’s a list of the top picks:

  • Explore at your leisure with a Pisa hop on hop off bus tour!
  • Learn about the winemaking process with Pisa wine tours, as well as tasting the finest Tuscan wines.
  • Book tours from Pisa to Tuscany and venture further away to the Tuscan villages.
  • Discover the city’s top landmarks alongside a Pisa city tour guide.

Is Pisa a walkable city?

Pisa city center is compact enough to allow you to comfortably explore the town by foot. All the important sites and landmarks are within walking distance of each other. You can do so by yourself or choose to join an informative walking tour of Pisa Italy. Discover Pisa alongside an expert local guide and learn the city’s history!

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