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Excellent !!

our guide was very knowledgeable and funny. She told us lots of stories and legends about the monuments on the Field of Miracles.


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Best Pisa

The leaning tower is only 5 minute walk from Train station. Pisa leaning tower ticket price is might be little high but that's the better opt to take.


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Une balade sympathique de Pise


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Well informed tour but the price is a bit too much

The guide was great and visit to Pisa city and the attraction was amazing.


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Interesting visit of the leaning tour

The guide made the tour attractive, interesting, and share many details.


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Day well spent

Great guide that was full of knowledge, Comfortable ride and the walking tours not to hard a very nice stroll


Pisa Tourist Attractions

Pisa is globally renowned for its Leaning Tower. However, the small Tuscan town has a lot more to offer than it’s most iconic sight. Beginning with the Piazza dei Miracoli, the beautiful square and UNESCO world heritage site buzzes with life all year round. Functioning as a hub for some of the best Pisa tourist attractions, here you’ll find the Pisa Cathedral, Baptistery, Camposanto Monumentale, and of course, the Leaning Tower. Piazza dei Miracoli makes for a perfect starting point on your exploratory quest of Pisa top sights.

 Book Pisa attractions tickets & experience the city to the fullest!

There are museums, outdoor activities, exquisite food, and lots of history to explore in Pisa. Come out of the Santa Maria della Spina Church and make your way to the lovely pedestrian promenade Borgo Stretto. Here, you can enjoy the afternoon stopping off at the many cafes and boutique shops along the way. All of them are housed under the elegant arches of some of Pisa’s most beautiful architecture. At the bottom of the Borgo Stretto is the Knights Square, the centerpiece in the Palazzo dei Cavalieri.

Besides the iconic landmarks, Pisa offers a good range of fascinating museums where you’ll learn about the city’s history and character. Continue your adventure to the National Museum of San Matteo, Palazzo Blu, and Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

Pisa Tourist Attractions

#One Day In Pisa

Pisa Attractions: Visitors Tips

Pisa Tourist Guide: What To Know

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Known For

Leaning Tower

Activity Type

Attractions in Pisa

Yearly Visitors

5 Million + (Pisa Tower)

High Season

July - August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Pisa Tourist Attractions

1. Leaning Tower of Pisa - Climb to the top and admire the stunning views of the city.

2. Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta - Look inside, and you’ll find paintings depicting stories from the Old Testament and the life of Christ.

3. Baptistery of St. John - Marvel at the highly ornamental white marble exterior. Since it was constructed in the same soil as the tower, the Catholic ecclesiastical building is also leaning slightly.

4. Campo Santo - Explore the monumental cemetery filled with mesmerizing Renaissance frescoes.

5. Piazza dei Cavalieri - Pretend to discuss political matters just like they did back in the 16th century.

6. Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - An impressive collection of relics from the Cathedral and Baptistery of Pisa is permanently displayed.

7. Sinopie Museum Pisa - The museum holds frescos and preparatory drawings (sinopie) that were rescued from the Camposanto Monumentale’s fire in 1944.

8. Arno River - Stroll along the river and pass some emblematic sights in Pisa that sit on its banks.

9. Pisa Food Tour - Schedule in time to eat and discover a great variety of mouth-watering Italian dishes in the local food markets.


10. Pisa Botanical Garden - Wander around winding paths while gazing at dazzling flowers and exotic plants. Although it’s one of the most underrated attractions in Pisa, this was the first botanical garden in Europe; it’s a definite must-visit.

#One Day In Pisa

Grab your camera and head out to capture all the beautiful things to see in Pisa. Here are a few ideas to get you started: 

  • Snap a shot of the Santa Maria della Spina, the white marble and intricate decorated small Gothic church.
  • Pose with the colorful Keith Haring mural as the backdrop in the south wall of St. Anthony’s church.
  • Poke your camera out from one of the windows in the Leaning Tower for incredible snapshots of the city.

Got a winner? Choose your best snap from the must-visit places to see in Pisa. Post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram. 

Pisa Attractions: Visitors Tips

  • Save money with ‘combo tickets’ to the best Pisa attractions. Book an all-inclusive ticket package that includes the Leaning Tower, Camposanto, and Pisa Baptistery tickets.
  • The Pisa Cathedral is free to visit it if you buy a ticket for any of the other monuments in Pisa‘s Piazza dei Miracoli (Leaning Tower, Baptistery or Camposanto).
  • During high season, the Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets sell out fast. Therefore, it’s highly advisable that you purchase your tickets in advance and online to secure your place.
  • If you’re looking for a more in-depth experience, a Pisa guided tour reveals all the essential information while taking you around the best Pisa points of interest.

Pisa Tourist Guide: What To Know

  • Pisa Italy attractions are in easy reach from the main train station. The walk from Pisa Centrale to Leaning Tower of Pisa and all the main sights is about 20 minutes long.
  • Carry your water bottle with you. There are multiple water fountains where you can refill them. 
  • The best time to visit Pisa is during April, May, and September. These months offer the best weather for visiting Pisa top attractions; the sites are also going to be less crowded.


What is famous about Pisa?

Known for its iconic leaning bell tower and for being the birthplace of the scientist Galileo Galilei, Pisa is a city you won’t want to miss out on visiting. Besides the typical “tourist hot spot locations”, there are plenty of other things to do in Pisa. For example, the Square of Miracles. This stunning building houses the principal architectural masterpieces of the city: the Tower, the Cattedrale di Pisa, the Baptistery of St. John, and the Campo Santo. In addition to that, the town’s center boasts a vibrant street life. Explore the lively cafe and bar scene, and discover what’s beyond Campo dei Miracoli.

How many days do you need in Pisa?

Many people consider you can visit Pisa in half a day, as long as you only see the Pisa main attractions. However, if you have a long list of things to visit in Pisa, why not stay for two or three days. With more days, you can experience some unusual things to do in Pisa, or take advantage of its proximity to other cities and book a Pisa to Florence day trip.

What can you see in Pisa in one day?

A Pisa tourist attractions map typically includes the top 5 monuments: 

  • The Cathedral (Duomo)
  • The Baptistry
  • Camposanto Monumentale di Pisa
  • Museo dele sinópe
  • Museo dell’Opera del Duomo

When you only have 24 hours in Pisa, a walking tour of Pisa ensures you gain insightful knowledge of all the Pisa attractions! 

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