The tour included pickup from our hotel. Our group was small, 5 in total. It was ~6hrs in the van and ~6hrs for the tour/sightseeing and lunch. Guides were very helpful and friendly.
Had a wonderful day! Florence is beautiful and staff helpful and friendly. Only wish was that they would include the statue of David. Otherwise was pretty good.
Need to get the days schedule ahead of time. If you want to see David you must plan that on your own in the afternoon. We had to skip lunch because of a schedule conflict. The time at the leather store from 13:00-14:00 was nice.
The tour guide was excellent and very cordial. The driver was amazing. Thanks for the tour company “Welcone Italy.” Great Staff, keep it up.
A melhor forma de ver o essencial num só dia, sem preocupações quanto à logística da deslocação. Correu tudo muito bem e conforme planeado.
Un buen sistema para conocer florencia.
A thrilling mixture of soul-stirring ruins, compelling art and vibrant street life, Rome is by far one of the most inspiring cities in the world. Turning your attention away from its exhilarating cityscape and artistic heritage is a Herculean task. Still, a task that shouldn’t be ignored or tossed away. Italy hides more treasures that you can imagine, all of them scattered throughout Italy’s many unique regions. One such treasure resides in Tuscany, in the city of Pisa. So, if you didn’t plan it yet, it’s time for your Rome to Pisa day trip. What can a Rome to Pisa tour offer you? You probably know already. Pisa is home to the world’s most incredible bell tower with a lean!
So, a day trip from Rome to Leaning Tower of Pisa is an absolute must. How could you possibly leave Italy without taking the most iconic monument pictures of all times? It might be cheesy, but still, it’s the Leaning Tower!
Indeed, the city of Pisa draws its worldwide fame from a construction project gone terribly wrong. Though, you can be sure there is much more to the city. For instance, lean is not the only thing that makes the tower special. It boasts incredible 207 columns arranged around eight stories which give it a look of a tipsy wedding cake. But the special treats of Rome to Pisa day trip don’t stop there. Piazza dei Miracoli boasts an incredible Romanesque cathedral as well as Europe’s largest baptistery in all of Italy.
How far is Rome to Pisa you ask? By train or bus, you can be there in two and a half hours. This makes a day trip from Rome to Leaning Tower of Pisa easily accessible. Wake up early, hop on a train and you can be chilling at Piazza dei Miracoli in no time. Moreover, Pisa Centrale train station is right in the heart of the city, short walking distance from the tower.
The travel from Rome to Pisa is easy enough to do on your own. However, if you prefer to “delegate” the organizational responsibilities, a guided Rome to Pisa tour might be a better option. That way you can just kick-back, relax and enjoy the trip. Also, for those who need to be even more efficient in their exploration, one day tour from Rome to Florence and Pisa offers a very compact deal. You will be able to see the best of both Tuscan cities without any hustle in just a day.
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