The city of Pisa is one of the most popular cities in Tuscany and definitely should not miss in your itinerary. Although most renowned for its Leaning Tower, the town has much more to offer. Our Pisa Tour from Florence includes the visit to the interior of the Cattedrale Metropolitana Primaziale di Santa Maria Assunta (Pisas cathedral) as well as an outdoor exploration of the remarkable Romanesque architecture of Piazza Dei Miracoli, Monumental cemetery and the exterior of the Leaning Tower. Our tour of Pisa covers skip the line Pisa Tower tickets. While you enjoy the tour, our multilingual guides will be happy to answer any questions you might have!
Piazza Dei Miracoli is undoubtedly among the most impressive monumental complexes in the world. The leaning tower of Pisa interior is just a cherry on the top of an already stunning landmark. Its no surprise visiting Pisa from Florence is one of the most popular day trips from Florence. However, all that work looking for bus or train connection from Florence to Pisa and trying to buy the correct tickets can be potentially messy and stressful.
Booking our Pisa walking tour from Florence takes all such worries off your shoulders. With us, you will travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan. If you request so, we can even pick you up from the comfort of your hotel. Moreover, you will not be left to wander Pisa without direction, trying to make sense of the map. Instead, our expert guide will introduce you to the exciting history of the city, Piazza Dei Miracoli as well as the curious case of the Leaning Tower. In case you change your plan, you can cancel up to 6 hours before the leaning tower of Pisa guided tour takes off.
Why waste time looking for what to see in Pisa? Instead, kick back and relax in the hands of professionals?
Pisas history is as ornate as its gothic architecture. It's much more than just a town with a funky bell tower. For centuries the city flourished in all aspects including commerce, culture, and education.
Ancient Roman texts refer to Pisa as the old city, but it's not clear who is behind its foundation. In any case, having a strategic location, Pisa is a collage of global influences that entered the city through trade or a myriad of wars and conflicts. The most prosperous time in the town was definitely the 12th century when represented one of the strongest military and economic bodies in the area. However, the decline knocked on the door soon after. Finally, in 1509, Florentines conquered Pisa, and the town lost its independence.
The strongest blow for the city was the destruction left behind by WWII, and it took years of reconstruction to get the city into its current shape.
However, its impossible to recount the story by Pisa guide in two short paragraphs. You can hear all about its eventful history when you book our Half Day leaning tower of Pisa city tour!