- 1.5-hour Pisa walking tour
- Walk around Cathedral Square to see top Pisa attractions
- Explore Duomo di Pisa and admire the cathedral’s Romanesque architecture
- See the Baptistry and Campo Santo
- Enjoy a photo opportunity in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Stroll to Piazza dei Cavalieri, once the political center of medieval Pisa
With your expert guide, head inside the Duomo, and see why this beautiful cathedral is considered a masterpiece of Romanesque art. Admire the mosaics lining the walls and the intricately carved pulpit -- a classic medieval sculpture. Head outside and walk over to the Baptistery, decorated with ornaments and sculptures in varying styles. Built after the Duomo, the Baptistry’s construction spanned nearly 200 years, and this is reflected in the different architectural styles that your guide will point out to you.
Walk up to Campo Santo -- Pisa’s old cemetery that was originally built as a church -- before stopping in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This incredible Romanesque bell tower was designed to be vertical, but started to lean during its construction. As your guide explains the iconic attraction and its even more famous tilt, you’ll have the chance to snap as many must-take photos as you wish!
From Cathedral Square your walking tour continues to Knights' Square (Piazza dei Cavalieri), roughly a five-minute walk away. Often cited as Pisa’s second square, Knights' Square is home to the highly regarded Scuola Normale di Pisa, part of Pisa’s university. Before your tour ends, stroll around this imposing square, lined by Renaissance buildings and marble statues, and hear how it was once the political center of medieval Pisa.