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The walkway of Pisa’s Walls, with its 11 meters high, gives to the public the possibility to observe the city from an original perspective. A pleasant walk to admire from above the typical pisan overview, from Piazza dei Miracoli to Piazzetta Del...more
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Piazza dei Miracoli | Piazza delle Gondole, Pisa, Italy
Starting at the popular square where you can see the cathedral and leaning tower, entrance to the walls is only 3 Euros per person, and will take you on a long and scenic walk around Pisa’s picturesque historic centre. The walls are around 3km long...More
I honestly didn't know this existed. I mean I'd seen the walls of course but I didn't know you could walk on them and for so long. I even lived in Pisa for 6 months so this was a surprise. You can walk for around...More
This was is a nice way to spend an hour or so with good views onto some of the older buildings of Pisa. Entry is only 3euros too, so can't complain. It can be difficult to find the climbing points on/steps, particularly the first at...More
You can join or leave the wall at 3 different places, I think if you walk the whole way it is around 7km. It is relatively quiet and it is not so well advertised so its a nice way to get away from all the...More
We really enjoyed the walk back to the Railway Station via the wall after visiting the Leaning tower of pisa & Cathedral, makes a great change from walking through the middle of town. Good value. Would be good if there was some Information boards about...More
The medieval city walls were constructed in the 12th and 13th century for protecting the city from military attacks and to safeguard the precious monuments at Piazza dei Miracoli. The total length of the walls is almost seven kilometers with the height up to ten...More
For only 3 euros each you can walk 3 km of city walls. This gives you great views of the leaning tower and surrounding buildings. The walls were not that busy so we had a leisurely walk a roof level around the city.
Gli accessi sono almeno 4: Piazza Del Rosso, Via Santa Marta - Le Gondole, Torre Piezometrica - Polo Fibonacci e Torre Santa Maria, il punto però è questo: il passaggio potrà essere solo in una direzione - da Piazza Del... More
Gli accessi sono almeno 4: Piazza Del Rosso, Via Santa Marta - Le Gondole, Torre Piezometrica - Polo Fibonacci e Torre Santa Maria, il punto però è questo: il passaggio potrà essere solo in una direzione - da Piazza Del Rosso verso il duomo o nel verso opposto - perché il camminamento non è sufficientemente spazioso.