Useful Links

Here you are some links that can help you organize your stay in Pisa:

 

 

  • You can download the map of Pisa ready for download or print here.

Transports:

Monuments:

  • To visit Piazza Dei Miracoli you can buy a combined ticket at an advantageous price that includes admission to the Duomo, the Baptistery, Campo Santo, the Museo delle Sinopie and the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo. As for the entrance to the Leaning Tower, the ticket is separate and it is advisable to buy it in advance, because, especially at certain times of the year, the Tower is very crowded and the entrances are managed by appointment. Find all the information at this link: http://www.opapisa.it/en/tickets/prices
  • Who wants to visit Pisa must know that there is not only the Leaning Tower, but there are many other masterpieces worthy of a look! We always recommend our guests to visit the Palazzo Blu, located on the Lungarni, a museum that hosts a permanent exhibition with free admission and organizes in another sector exhibitions of important modern and non-modern artists. This is the site: https://palazzoblu.it/
  • Another important museum is that of S. Matteo, which houses masterpieces of medieval sacred art and exhibits the works that were once inside the Church of the Spina. This is the site: http://www.polomusealetoscana.beniculturali.it/index.php?it/204/pisa-museo-nazionale-di-san-matteo

In provincia:

  • For those interested in Natural History, I would like to point out this museum which also houses a freshwater aquarium, one of the largest in Europe, and is located in the characteristic village of Calci, inside a monumental Certosa. Particularly loved by childrens, the site is: https://www.msn.unipi.it/en
  • Another interesting museum for fans of the famous Vespa and the mechanics is the Piaggio Museum in Pontedera. This is the site: https://www.museopiaggio.it/en
  • To spend a day of relaxation and well-being, just over 5 km from here, there are the Bagni di Pisa in the town of San Giuliano Terme, with beautiful recently restored historic baths. The site is: https://www.bagnidipisa.com/en/spa-pisa/1-0.html

 

Last Modified on 14 April 2019
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