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It is called the Leaning Tower or the Tower of Pisa but actually it was never used for defending the city; it is part of the religious complex in the Duomo Square and acts as its bell tower. It played an active role in both human and divine...more
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After stepping foot of the PisaMover at the main train station in Pisa, I headed straight for the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The walk was around 20 minutes and in rather a straight walk.
When I arrived, it was sunset (around 5pm in January) which...More
It wasnt in our programm to visit it, but when we found out it is only one hour by train from Florence, we decided to pass by. its a must see, only 15 minutes walk from the train station, its an amazing and unusual building,...More
Leaning tower is undoubtedly in everyone’s Bucket list. Tower architecture is interesting so is cathedral and baptistry’s . Entry to the premise is free while climbing up the tower is not. We chose not to climb up as we din think it worth it. Architecture...More
Pisa is our favourite stop over whilst travelling in Italy.
Weve visited on numerous occasions and always found the main square in the centre of Pisa to be an amazing place.
If yoy get the chance visit at Easter time to take in the religious...More
A must do if you are in the area, we did a day trip from Florence and I am SO GLAD we decided to visit the Leaning Tower! We opted to climb the tower and that was an experience of a lifetime! I highly recommend...More
Great experience and was surprised to learn it was a free activity unless you wanted to actually go in. We toured around the area and took the pictures and read all the boards.
We also had a good meal not far from the site. Great...More
we were there a few years ago and didn't realize that you needed a ticket to climb the tower ... and they were sold out for the day. this time, before we traveled, we bought tickets in advance on line and it worked out perfectly....More
The tower is not doubt a drawcard, but the entire precinct is to be absorbed too.
The tower can be climbed but at €18 each it isn’t cheap. Not for the faint hearted or those with middle ear issues, the varying slopes within the staircase...More
My first surprise was walking down the street leading to the tower to see it in the distance overlooking all the apartment buildings, it was quite spectacular. My next surprise was to see that the tower is actually part of a larger complex, if I...More
Amazing as expected! Buy ticket in advance and don't forget to drop your bags in the nearby location 20 mins earlier than your scheduled visit. So glad we bought tickets in advance so we guranteed entrance at the time convenient for us.
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom... More
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom, reserved for those who visit the Tower, you are asked to be there 15 minutes before the scheduled time, not before (because there is a slot every 15 minutes) and not later. Bags/bags/luggage must be left at the cloakroom. The staff will take care of bulky items. Show your ticket and you will be provided with a box and its badge. Your item(s) have to be collected at the end of the visit to the Tower. Please consider to use the left luggage at the central train station.
The visist to the Tower takes 30 minutes.
you can visit all the other monuments and museums during the openinig time.
Both buses and taxis are available from the central train station.
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