Visit to Pisa

Architecture Culture

Lovers of art and architecture simply must take a trip to the city of Pisa, the Tuscan city famous all over the world for its Piazza del Duomo, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1987.

Piazza dei Miracoli

The Piazza del Duomo was actually renamed “Prato dei Miracoli” by the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio on account of the incredible beauty of the artistic and architectural jewels that appear as if laid on a meadow of green.
Visitors can take a journey through time as they experience and walk among the architectural symbols of what was once the powerful Maritime Republic: starting with the “Leaning Tower”, continuing around the Cathedral and the Baptistery and ending the visit inside the court of the Cemetery.

Stroll along the Arno

From Piazza dei Miracoli, in the heart of Pisa, along the streets that flank the Arno River, is a must for those who really want to grasp the splendour of Pisa through the centuries and admire the bridges, palaces and interiors frescoed as in a museum offering of great importance: from the Palazzo Blu to the National Museum of San Matteo passing through the Museum of Graphics, or view the “tuttomondo” by contemporary artist Keith Haring, located near the station.

Distance by car from Ca’ del Bosco
70 min
Approximate Time for Visit
2 hours
Suitable for Children
Yes