Pisa Tourism & Travel Guide

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Europe Diaries: Pisa

Pisa is 3 hours by train from Florence. After spending a lazy day roaming around the city centre ...

Muktadhara Ray
Dolce Vita: Pisa, Florence and Cinque Terra

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Art, Faith & Fashion Trip - Pisa

Vittorio Emanuele II’s statuteStreet vendor @ Piazza Vittorio Emanuele IIA street of Pisa (Corso ...

Exploring Tuscany: Leaning towards Pisa

I touched down in Pisa mid-July. The flight from Bordeaux was cheaper than into anywhere else in ...

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Beaming with joy at Leaning tower of Pisa

Eurorailbells on the roof topfallen angel “Icaro Caduto”Till date, I clearly remember how delight...

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Italy In Ten: Venice, Florence, Cinque Terre, Sienna, San Gimignano and Pisa

So one of my most awaited posts is here:: MY ITALY TRAVELOGUE! PART I As most of you may know, I...

Sara Suri

About Pisa

On Day 8, we made our way towards the city of Pisa. Here, we straightaway went to the main attraction of the city, the Leaning Tower of Pisa.The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the seven wonders of the world, making the city of Pisa, among the most visited, the world over. The monument, is actually a bell tower and took almost 200 years to be built. It started leaning once the construction reached the fifth floor, (out of eight in total). Due to the leaning, the top of the tower is 17 feet away from the vertical, making it a marvel to look at. Several attempts have been made to take it down, and rebuild, or restore at another location. Several people have tried to understand the reason behind the leaning. But no concrete scientific reason has been found so far.

Best Time To Visit Pisa

Best time to visit Pisa is from March to June

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