- Afternoon tour of Pisa with round-trip transport from Florence
- Enjoy a walking tour of Cathedral Square (Piazza dei Miracoli) with a local guide
- Stop for photos in front of the UNESCO-listed Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Learn about monuments like Pisa Baptistry, Campo Santo and Duomo di Pisa
- Walk past the Church of San Sisto and explore Knights’ Square (Piazza dei Cavalieri), if you wish
Recent Photos of This Tour
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- The Leaning Tower of PisaPhoto by: Christopher S
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- Baptistery, Cathedral and ...Photo by: Christopher S
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- Leaning TowerPhoto by: Danielle V
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- La photo inévitable de ...Photo by: Tony G
- Selfie at the Tower of PisaPhoto by: Luis6686
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- tower viewPhoto by: Seamus O
- Leaning Tower of Pisa FallingPhoto by: David M
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- Tower and church.Photo by: Andrew H
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- The Basilica adjacent to the ...Photo by: My dream come true
- The LEANING TowerPhoto by: My dream come true
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What You Can Expect
Upon arriving in Pisa, follow your guide through Cathedral Square, where you’ll spot the most famous tilted structure in the world: the UNESCO-listed Leaning Tower of Pisa. Learn about the tower’s unique history from your guide while snapping some photos. You’ll also see the Pisa Baptistry, Campo Santo and Duomo di Pisa, hearing the stories behind each architectural gem as you walk.
Afterward, opt to part ways with your guide to explore independently or continue your guided walk to Knights' Square.
Sharpen your literary history as you pass the house of Conte Ugolino, mentioned by Dante in the Divine Comedy. Check out the oldest church in Pisa, the Church of San Sisto. Then enter Knights' Square, the political epicenter of medieval Pisa and home to Renaissance architecture, marble statues and the esteemed Scuola Normale di Pisa, founded by Napoleon Bonaparte.
Continue past the former abode of 18th-century Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi. Your guided tour will conclude with a visit to the Palazzo Vescovile in Piazza Arcivescovado.
If you select a self-guided afternoon, reunite with your driver later at a prearranged time. You will be returned to your original departure point in central Florence.
Great tour. Ride was informative and once in Pisa we were handed over to a guide that was excellent and knowledgeable. We had enough free time and were able to climb the tower during the tour without having to rush. Good value.
Just the right amount of time to complete the tour. It would have been more enjoyable if we hadn't spent so much trying to herd some the other tour members who kept wandering off.
Excellent trip with knowledgeable guide.
He guides we had were very knowledgeable and made the trip a pleasure to be on, excellent value for money.
This was a great tour with a local guide that took you into the cathederal. Totally unexpected.
Meeting spot was weird, in busy traffic on a corner? Bus ride was short, tour was plenty. Wish there had been a little more free time so I could have enjoyed my wine and the sunset.
the tour guides were terrific.
The initial boarding of the busses, which is a problem with the tour operators, is somewhat chaotic. As a minimum a small table, clearly labeled which tour it is, that checks off and hands out the headsets would enhance the experience.
neville h Australia
Highly recommend a great day out.
Everything was exactly as described! Pickup and drop off were on time, the guides were friendly and knowledgeable. I appreciated the extra time to explore Pisa to see other things I had on my to-do list. A bit pricier than what I would have liked to pay, but still a good trip :