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It is called the Leaning Tower or the Tower of Pisa but actually it was never used for defending the city; it is part of the religious complex in the Duomo Square and acts as its bell tower. It played an active role in both human and divine...more
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We took an excursion from the Queen Victoria and were glad we were on of the first buses to get here. The area continued to fill up with people making taking a photo without dozens of other people very difficult. When we left the bus...More
Your visit will be along with hundreds of other tourists ticking off one of their bucket-list to-dos. They will photograph themselves ‘holding up’ the Tower, and that is fun to watch. But the buildings themselves are worth the visit for their enormity and ancient engineering...More
You don't quite believe the angle of lean of the tower until you see it with your own eyes. You need to book a time slot to go up the tower so you have to know when you definitely going to be there or wait...More
We took a day-trip from Florence to Pisa to see the Tower. We were glad we saw it, since it's such a famous attraction. I made the effort to climb to the top, where I enjoyed terrific views of the church next door, the city...More
We visted Pisa on a Royal Caribbean Cruise. We arrived by coach from the Port. The walk from the car park was quite long but we go through quickly. All I can say is the sight of the tower and adjoining buildings where breath taking....More
Honestly, I wasn't expecting much. Every ody has heard of it and has expectations, but the actual space was surprisingly cool. Really nice courtyard with beautiful buildings and the tower itself is one impressive than you would think. Could have done without the purveyors of...More
I enjoyed my visit to this icon and was glad to check it off my bucket list! The whole plaza with the church, baptistery, and tower were beautiful! Despite my out-of-shape condition, I did climb to the top and really enjoyed the views, so don't...More
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom... More
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom, reserved for those who visit the Tower, you are asked to be there 15 minutes before the scheduled time, not before (because there is a slot every 15 minutes) and not later. Bags/bags/luggage must be left at the cloakroom. The staff will take care of bulky items. Show your ticket and you will be provided with a box and its badge. Your item(s) have to be collected at the end of the visit to the Tower. Please consider to use the left luggage at the central train station.
The visist to the Tower takes 30 minutes.
you can visit all the other monuments and museums during the openinig time.
Both buses and taxis are available from the central train station.
Unfortunately I don't undersatnd teh last question.
Dear mrch00, unfortunately I don't know where you are and I cannot suggest you the best public transportation for you. The Tower is in Pisa center. Please check local authorities' websites or google for the best way to reach... More
Dear mrch00, unfortunately I don't know where you are and I cannot suggest you the best public transportation for you. The Tower is in Pisa center. Please check local authorities' websites or google for the best way to reach us.