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★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 7 11h EN / ES / ZH / FR / DE / IT / JA / PT / RU
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Your guide to unforgettable experiences.
Included
Entrance to Pisa Cathedral
Self-guided tour of Lucca
Wine tasting
Guided tour of Pisa and Lucca
Free pick up by request
Travel by GT coach or minivan with air conditioning
All tickets and reservation fees
Travel insurance and other emergencies

Advantages
Mobile Voucher
Printed Voucher
Easy Cancellation
Key Details
Wednesday - Friday - Sunday
Collection point: Viale F.llI Rosselli at the corner via Gabbuggiano ( Stazione Leopolda )
Group: Max 25 people

Before You Go

Group Prices for Infants from 0-2 years old: free of charge

Check-in closes 30 minutes before departure

The Leaning Tower option not suitable for children 8 years old or younger

You must be able to climb and descend stairs

Drop Off: 10,00 per person (infants from 0-2 is free of charge

Optional: Leaning Tower ticket entrance is not included in Pisa and Lucca tour from Florenceand, it costs 25.00 per person


Description

After you are familiar with Florences greatest treasures and landmarks, it's time to expand your horizons. The best way to do it is through one of the many fun day trips from Florence. Our Day Tour from Florence to Pisa will let you explore the traditions, history, and ambiance of two important Tuscan cities. As you travel to visit them, you will be pampered by the sights of the breathtaking Tuscan countryside.


Firstly, our entertaining yet professional expert guides will take on a Pisa walking tour, be showing you the most important piazzas and monuments. The highlight of the trip is Piazza Dei Miracoli featuring the Leaning Tower, Monumental Cemetery, and the impressive Cathedral of Pisa. If you wish, there is an option to purchase Leaning Tower ticket which is not part of the tour. Next, the Florence and Pisa tour will take you to a rustic wine shop for a local wine tasting after which you are welcome to take a lunchtime break.


Afterward, the one day trip to Pisa from Florence goes on to Lucca. On arrival, our guides will give you free time to explore its streets on your own. Lucca is a lovely medieval city with notable Renaissance influences. You can take a pleasant walk along the Lucca wall that protects the city as well as offers stunning views. Then, our guide will lead you to the historic city center to see Lucas most notable landmarks: Piazza Anfiteatro, Guinigi Tower, and St. Martins Cathedral. The tour ends back in Florence.

Tour Highlights

There are many captivating places to visit in Tuscany. However, organizing a trip to other cities or places is not always the easiest. If you are organizing a trip for a larger group or your Italian is non-existent, it can be frustrating.


Booking the Pisa and Lucca day trip from Florence with us will take all that hustle off your shoulders. You don't have to look up train or bus connections, look for bus stops, walk with a heavy guidebook, worry about getting lost or missing your train. Our Tuscany tours from Florence are all about comfort, convenience, and a positive atmosphere.


Thanks to our expert guides, you can enjoy visiting Pisa from Florence and Pisa sightseeing to the fullest as everything you see will accompany by a knowledgeable commentary. The price of the tour not only includes a guided tour of Pisa but also a skip-the-line Tickets to the Pisa Cathedral.

History Sneak Peek

Pisa is much more than just a town with a funky bell tower. For centuries, the town grew and flourished in all areas including culture, commerce, and education.


Who founded Pisa?


The historians are not sure who founded Pisa. The mentions of the city in the ancient Roman texts only refer to it as the old city. In any case, thanks to its strategic location, Pisa came to be a canvas painted with global influences. 


Fight for Independence


The city prospered the most during the 12th century when it stood as one of the strongest military and economic bodies in the Tuscan region. However, decline knocked on Pisa's door soon after. Finally, in 1509, Florence conquered Pisa and the town lost its independence for good. The hardest blow for Pisa in modern history was the WWII bombing. It took years of reconstruction to get the city into its current shape.


What about Lucca?


On the other hand, historical sources confirm that Etruscans are the ones to thank for the foundation of Lucca. However, like most cities in the region, Lucca became a Roman colony in 180 BC. Its history is as colorful and exciting as that of Pisa or Florence. It's up to you to discover more!


If you feel like venturing beyond Florence, tours from Florence to Pisa and Lucca is the perfect opportunity. Book your tour today, you won't regret it!


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