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Indeed, seeing the incredible artistry reminiscent of an opulent wedding cake with a cheeky lean is a unique experience. Climbing to the top is even more so! You don’t want to miss out, do you? Then you better get your hands on your ticket for Leaning Tower of Pisa today!
Easy Return Policy
Your plans may change, and we know that. In the case that you need to cancel your booking, you can contact the tour operator within the cancellation time, and in most cases, be offered a complete refund.
Last Minute Ticket Availability
We understand that you can’t always buy your tickets in advance. If you need to make a last-minute reservation, you’re in luck! You can find available time slots here that are not offered on other platforms.
Fast Track Tickets
Booking your Leaning Tower of Pisa ticket with fast track entry guarantees you will be able to enter and climb the tower. No hassle or lengthy queueing necessary. Even better, you can surely dodge the disappointment of learning that tickets have been sold out and your visit to the Leaning Tower of Pisa is not happening! After all, coming to Pisa and not visiting the tower is simply unthinkable!
If you’re looking for the full experience, you always have an option to upgrade your ticket to a Pisa Tour with a fast-track access to the Pisa Tower. Pisa’s bell tower is one of the most visited attractions in all of Italy. So, don’t wait to get inside the ticket office, book Pisa tower tickets online or Pisa Cathedral combo tours. Combine your tower visit with a visit to the Opera del Duomo Museum and Sinopie Museum.
Before Your Experience Begins
You can pick up your tickets from the meeting point indicated on your voucher, which may be different than the Pisa Tower address.
Be on Time
The Cathedral of Pisa limits the number of people that can climb the bell tower at one time. What this means is that, if you miss your time slot, the next available slots may be sold out and you’ll lose your chance to climb up.
Things to Remember
- Arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before your voucher time to ensure you don’t lose your time slot.
- Cover your knees and shoulders when visiting the cathedral.
- Due to safety reasons, children under eight are not allowed inside the towers.
- Climbing the tour is not suitable for people with motor disabilities or cardiovascular problems as there are 297 steps.
- Students must carry ID to collect tickets for Pisa Tower.
Leaning Tower of Pisa Opening Hours
November & February: 9:45 am - 5:15 pm
*Except for November 1st, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
December & January: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
*Except for December 5 - 8 (9:00 am - 6:30 pm), December 21st to January 6th (10:00 am - 7:00 pm)
March: 9:00 am - 18:00 pm
*Except for March 23 - 29 (9:00 am - 7:00 pm), March 30th (8:30 - 8:00 pm)
April to September: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
*Except for June 17th - August 31st (8:30 am - 10:00 pm), June 16th (8:30 - 5:30 pm)
October: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
*Some variations apply
How to Reach Leaning Tower of Pisa
From Pisa centrale: Within roughly 20 minutes, you can arrive on foot from the main station in Pisa to the Tower of Pisa.
From Pisa airport: You can take the train or bus to the center. By bus, you arrive directly to The Square of Miracles (Piazza dei Miracoli). The train will take you to the central station, on a schedule of every 30 minutes.
Pisa Tower Address: Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, Italia
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When was the bell tower built?
Pisa’s bell tower is older than it looks. Its construction began in the 12th century and was completed in the mid 13th century.
Why was it Built?
The primary purpose of the leaning tower was to serve as the church's bell tower. However, as the city grew in fame and power, they were looking for a way to show off their importance. As a result, the Pisans decided to build a grand cathedral complex, a true Field of Miracles. The architectural plan comprised a cathedral, baptistery, cemetery and bell tower - The famous Tower of Pisa.
Who Built It?
The identity of the tower’s architect remains a mystery. The names most associated with trying to save the tower in the first phase of its construction are Bonanno Pisano and Gherardo din Gherardo. The success of the second phase is attributed to Giovanni di Simone and Tommaso Pisano.
Why does it Lean?
The lean of the tower is a result of the soft, shifting soil typical for the Pisa area. Because of its very flat foundation on the ground made up of clay, sand, and shells, the tower started leaning before the builders finished the third floor. Don’t worry though; the engineers managed to stabilize it so it should standstill for the next two hundred years.
Book Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets today to gain entry to an experience you won’t forget!