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Great tour! Easy to find the meeting spot, guide in Pisa was very informative and lots of free time to go up the tower if you wanted to. Excellent!
Interesting tour, nice and considering escort, perfect guide on location. Pisa is a wonderful city which deserves to be explored beyond la Piazza dei Miracoli. It was a wonderful afternoon!
Really enjoyed the trip it was well organised tour guides very knowledgable could have done with more time so would recommend full day.
wow wow wow...the trip was amazing and our guide was fantastic...thanks I would highly recommend this tour...
The tour guide is very knowledge and humorous. I enjoyed my trip but the meeting point is really hard to find, I had to ask so many people before one could direct me to the right place. The instructions are not clear on the confirmation slip on how to find the meeting point. It was really frustrating for that part.
I found the local guide very knowledgable and she was kind enough to explain to us in shaded areas and not under the scorching Tuscan sun. Also loved the shops, gelato and of course the leaning tower itself. Half a day is not enough to fully explore beautiful Pisa.
Wow, entering into Pisa is a visual feast. It was also good to see the not so tourist area via the walking tour.
Visited there as a kid, still a great place to see and the tour guide was awesome
The tour guide had good knowledge about PIsa and the surrounding town of Pisa.She gave us all good information and was very polite.
It was everything that I expected and more...... The guide was fantastic and full of interesting information..... Would recommend this tour in a "heartbeat"........
It is far, about 1 hour from Florence and may be 2 hours from Rome but it is a must to see monument even once in a life time
That quirky characteristic of a exquisitely beautiful bell tower that just happened to be leaning a little too much. It's one of the most famous landmarks (man-made) in the world. It's worth the visit in my opinion because of the humanity of it all. The beauty is sometimes in the flaws and accidents of time. It's what makes it tangible. Go to the top of the tower for a breathtaking view all around. This town once rivaled the likes Florence and Genoa for good reason. And an excellent guide makes sense of it all too.