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We decided on this at the last minute. I had been told to give Pisa a miss. This was one of our best experiences. The teens in our group loved the tower. The climb is a little unsettling and it feels like you are tipsy. A very strange feeling but well worth the price of admission. We went on a Sunday afternoon and were pleasantly surprised that mass was being held in the duomo and the choir was singing the most beautiful music it brought tears to my eyes. Unfortunately we were too late to see the Baptista. Next time. Well worth a day trip. We received the ticket about 15 minutes before our entrance time. Plenty of time to check bags. No bags are allowed only cameras and cell phones are allowed.
Diese Buchung über Viator war der volle Flopp. Zunächst hätten wir gerne einen Vormittagstermin gewünscht, aber nur einen Nachmittagstermin zugewiesen bekommen. So haben wir dann bereits vor dem geplanten Treffen mit dem CAF-Client uns Tickets für das Baptisterium, bei dem auch der Dom dabei war, gekauft, weil dieses leider nicht im Viator-Ticket inkludiert war. Bei der Kassa erfuhren wir, dass das Ticket für den Turm dort 18 fast die Hälfte gekostet hätte und wir damit um 16:45 auf den Turm steigen hätten können. Um 16:20 waren wir zur vereinbarten Zeit, am vereinbarten Platz und warteten verunsichert mit ca. einem Dutzend anderer Touristen auf den CAF-Client, die dann erst um ca. halb 5 kam, sich nicht einmal für die Verspätung entschuldigte und uns die Tickets, auf denen auch der Preis von 18 zu sehen war, in die Hand drückte und das war's. Wir durften dann erst um 17 Uhr auf den Turm steigen und haben uns verärgert gefragt, warum wir für die Unannehmlichkeiten 14 pro Person mehr zahlen mussten.
It was wonderful to see this historic place. Enjoyed the view from the top but given that you spend a good bit of time up there and the view doesn't change, I didn't stay long. It was tiresome going up and a little disorientating coming back down given the slanty stairs. The grounds surrounding the tower are stunning and it was lovely to just chill in the sunshine looking up at this wonder.
It was great to visit Pisa but didn't like how we had to get our tickets. First off, we didn't like the fact that we had to meet someone at the corner of a street we didn't know. The street name was not visible on the building. We had to pretty much find a needle in a haystack. It was so busy there. Once we finally found the guy with our tickets we had no choice but to take the time they gave us. We landed up waiting another couple of hours before we could go up. They are pretty strict there only allowing a certain amount of people up every 15 minutes. Once you get to the top of Pisa though the view is amazing. BTW...they don't allow any bags or backpacks so make sure you check your items in the building that is straight across from the tower first before standing in line. You can also purchase your tickets there which I think we should have done. All in all, I wasn't that impressed. The building doesn't look so authentic anymore.
The leaning tower is only 5 minute walk from Train station Pisa S. Rossore Station which is 4 minute train ride from Pisa Centrale Station. We picked up our pre-purchased tickets from the guide who was standing within a couple of feet from the entry door of the leaning tower with no issues. Our entry time was shown on the ticket which allowed us enough time to go to office next to tower to put all of our personal items in locker Can only take a camera on climb to top, which was free of charge. Climbing the stairs in the tower is a thrill. Stair steps are made of beautiful marble and very easy to climb. Your body will actually try to lean in the direction of the leaning tower, as you climb. This was a terrific experience and should be on everyone's bucket list of things you must do at least once in your life. Great experience!
This is a must for anyone visiting Pisa. The meeting point and agent was easy to find and he was friendly. The walk up the tower was brilliant. The staircase for the first few flights really bank to one side depending which side of the tower you are. It eases off the higher you go. You also get to visit the Duomo with your ticket after you have been up the tower.