Pisa, in Italy, is known for its legendary leaning tower, historical monuments and more than 20 historical churches. The City is small but offers you a fresh breath of air with wondrous architectures, monuments and learning centres when you are on a vacation. Starting from the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, to the most visited place, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, to the Baptistery, Campo Santa, and more, this city has more to offer you in terms of sightseeing. The Cathedral has been constructed with gold, bronze and magnificent fresco paintings that form the basic crux of the religious place. The Leaning Tower of Pisa as known by many is one of the most famous structures in history. Pisa's Baptistery was left unfinished but adorned with various decorations for visitors.
The Campo Santo is the Monumental Cemetery located in the Square of Miracles. With distinct and beautiful features of a courtyard, millions of visitors come here to take pictures of the lawn and courtyard. Museo Nationale is situated on the banks of River Arno. Being one of the most prominent museums in the City of Pisa, travellers witness the history of the region and find significant sculptures, paintings from the Cathedral and Baptistery dated 12th or 13th century. Opposite to the Museum, you will find the Church of Santa Maria Della Spina which was constructed in the 13th century. With Gothic features and constructions, the building is one-of-a-kind. Another activity or thing to do in Pisa is to walk along the bank of River Arno. The river has its source from Mount Falterona and stretches for 241km. Guelph Tower is another of eye-popping structures that stand tall in the banks of Arno River. This area was used for ship building back in the 13th and 14th century. However, now the place is open for tourists to perceive the culture of Pisa.
Another famous Museum in Pisa is the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo. The museum is situated in the Piazza del Miracoli and brings the visitors a unique view of the gigantic Leaning Tower of Pisa from the second floor. The museum upholds a massive collection of Pisa's naval history, as well as relics, embroidery, sculptures, tombs, paintings and silversmith, works from the past. For shopaholics, the Borgo Stretto is a treat. From the beautiful architecture to retail shopping, everything fits a shopaholic's list. The street is decorated with the olden architectural structures and has a plethora of goodies to offer you.
For art lovers, another memorable visit would be the Keith Haring Mural named after the artist. The murals are vibrant in nature and depict the different poses of life and vitality. Ponte di Mezzo Bridge is one of the most significant bridges in the City overlooking the Arno River. Other activities in Pisa would definitely include tasting and gorging on some amazing authentic Italian cuisines found in the cafes and restaurants around the city, as well as the walk along the beautiful lanes and bylanes of the region.
In lieu of the pandemic situation, the government and touring companies request all visitors to abide by the guidelines laid down for safe travel. Follow and maintain the safety precautions at all times during your stay/travel.