I touched down in Pisa mid-July....
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Leaning Tower of Pisa
From the land of Snow to the Land of History and Architecture. Italy made a warm welcome. Pisa was on the first day. Leaning tower of Pisa was the main attraction where tourists from across the world had come to enjoy its grandeur. Next two days was spent in Rome, Venice and Vatican City- a must-visit cities in the world for its art, culture, history and architecture. The gondola rides in Venice is a Classy experience.
This square is very popular. It is in the exact centre of the city, and in fact the bridge opposite the square is called Ponte di Mezzo, the “middle bridge”. The statue in the square is of Garibaldi. The square is always very crowded and it is one of the gathering points in Pisa. From April to July the square is packed with students going to the bars that open onto the square and sitting on the Lungarno walls. Moreover, in this square you can find the best ice-cream shop, La Bottega del Gelato: don’t miss it!
Pisa is 3 hours by train from Florence. After spending a lazy day roaming around the city centre of Florence, haggling with Bangladeshis at the flea market and killing time on the stairs of the Galileo Museum on our first day, we headed to Pisa the next day. Although there are a good number of trains that ply between Florence and Pisa, it's advisable to book the tickets at least a day in advance.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Pisa is from March to June