Pisa is about an hour’s journey from Florence by train. Make your own way to the train station in Florence, hop aboard your train, and sit back as you hurtle towards Pisa.
Explore the historic town of Pisa led by an expert local guide. With this Small Group walking tour, you’ll discover the true soul of the city, departing from the southern side toward the famous Miracoli Square and the celebrated Leaning Tower northen side.
Along the way you’ll soak in the views of the most exciting highlights of the city.
First stop will be to admire the mural by late, 20th-century American artist Keith Haring. The largest Haring ever painted, the only one he created that was intended to be permanent.
You’ll stroll along Corso Italia to the River Arno and stop to admire the beautiful riverbanks, once past the river, the tour will head you into the heart of Pisa.
This walking tour will lead you to explore the district of San Francesco, once home to Galileo, and take a pause in the splendid Piazza dei Cavalieri (Knights’ Square) a political centre in medieval times, currently the main part where the Scuola Normale di Pisa is housed.
Finally you will reach the marvellous Miracoli Square where you’ll be dazzled by the stunning monuments, the complex of Pisa Cathedral and its bell tower – the Leaning Tower. Admire both of these buildings from the outside and take some amazing photos before your tour concludes here. Your guide will provide you the best recommendations on where to eat, what else to visit and what not to miss for the rest of your trip.
Children 0-11 y.o.
Departure time from Florence train station 8:50 am
Flexible return time
A moderate amount of walking is involved. Comfortable shoes are recommended
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Please be at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the tour starts
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
For private transfer request, please contact us indicating the place of departure, we will provide you with a quote
For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.