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Opening Hours

Mon - Sun


Nov - Feb

9:45am - 5:15pm

Nov 1

9am - 6pm

Dec - Jan

10am - 5pm

Mar 1 - Mar 23

9am - 6pm

Apr - Sep

9am - 8pm

Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, Italy

Sales of tickets finish 30 minutes before closing time

The times and days when the Pisa Tower is open to the pubic may occasionally due to special events taking place.

Leaning Tower of Pisa Skip The Line Tickets

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Visit Today - Via della Condotta, 12N, 50122 Firenze (Italy)


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Tuscany’s appeal goes beyond winding vineyards or romantic Florence. The ancient city of Pisa rises above the banks of Arno, just before the river enters the sea at Marina of Pisa. It’s one of the most important cities in Tuscany. Why? Thanks to the Tower of Pisa or else known as the Leaning Tower. It’s the crookedness of the structure that spread the word about this tower all around the world. It’s located right next to the Cathedral of Pisa in the picturesque Piazza Dei Miracoli (The Square of Miracles) and visitors don’t stop streaming in. Our Leaning Tower of Pisa Tickets will reward you with a skip the line access to the top of the tower from where you can enjoy a lovely view of the city an option to upgrade to Pisa Tour with skip the line Pisa Tower tickets.


Pisa is a small city offering travelers a pleasant combination of the historic and modern. You can find this Romanesque town 83 km west of Florence; plus, there are many convenient connections to take you from Florence to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. A perfect destination for a day trip!

However, you are not the only one! Visiting Pisa is a popular choice, and the Tower is the city’s main attraction. Since only a limited number of people can enter the landmark, time slots fill up quickly; Long lines often overwhelm the ticket office. Therefore, what seemed like a fun trip can quickly turn sour.  

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Coming to Pisa but not visiting the tower is like going to BCN and missing out on Sagrada Familia – simply unthinkable! Don’t miss it, just be smart about it? Purchasing the Leaning Tower of Pisa Tickets by using a simple booking systemskipping the line tickets and getting inside Pisa’s unique Bell Tower untroubled. Moreover, if you change your plans, you can always cancel and get a full refund (if you do so at least a day in advance).

History Sneak Peek

Did you know the Leaning Tower (Torre Pendente di Pisa in Italian) is more commonly referred to as the bell tower or campanile? It was constructed as the last piece of the Cathedral complex in Pisa, Piazza Dei Miracoli. The first building standing was the Duomo di Pisa, next, the Baptistery. Then the works on the bell tower begun but the completion of the cemetery, Campo Santo, beat the campanile to the punch.

As the nickname suggests, the tower actually does lean to one side. The tower already started leaning during the initial stages of the project because the ground below was too soft to support it. Hence, all that delay with the construction. The lean became worse and worse, but the construction kept going. It took 344 years to complete it! At last, between the 1990 and 2001, the engineers finally succeed in stabilizing the building.

Despite all this hustle, the leaning campanile is a miracle of medieval engineering, probably one of the tallest bell towers in Europe. Eight stories high and circled with 207 columns throughout; it reminds of a big wedding cake knocked over by a clumsy uncle, Tod. In any case, Piazza Dei Miracoli of Pisa is the most striking collection of Romanesque architecture in Italy.

You better book your Leaning Tower of Pisa Tickets today! After all, one never knows when it might tip over so don’t miss your chance to visit this curiosity! – Just kidding? it should be fine for another 300 years.

Before You Go

  • Please, arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before your chosen time so you don't lose your time slot.
  • A student must carry ID to collect the tickets
  • Cover your knees and shoulders when visiting the cathedral
  • Children under 8 are not allowed inside the towers
  • Not suitable for people with motor disabilities or cardiovascular pathology as there are 297 steps

What is Included

  • Fast track entrance ticket
  • Reservation fees and Taxes
  • Tour guide (unless option selected)
  • Audio guide (unless option selected)

Meeting Point/ Departure Point

Visit Today - Via della Condotta, 12N, 50122 Firenze (Italy)



Very grateful, after seen the long queue front of the tower.

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Skip the line ticket is the best option to take otherwise you are going to spend lots of your standing the line.

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Great experience : best ticket to take

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One of the busiest place to visit. so better you have fast-track ticket.

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