The city is located in Tuscany, central Italy, on the right bank of the Arno River on the Tyrrhenian Sea. This city is known for its sloping Pisa Tower, with a population of about 90,000. It is a very important tourist destination, with many palaces, bridges and more than 20 Gothic churches. Which dates back to the twelfth century and which the students aim to obtain a postgraduate certificate and the number of students are about 60 thousand students from all over the world.
Pisa has a Mediterranean climate characterized by a very hot summer and mild winters. Summer is the driest season. Autumn and winter are one of the most rainy seasons and the best times to visit are in the spring due to the mild climate and its sweet name.
Tourists can take a quick tour of the city; get to know the nearest tourist attractions, the most beautiful restaurants and the most beautiful shops. They can also attend the Luminara Festival, where fireworks are lit, 10,000 candles are lit, and various activities are held in the streets, bringing joy and delight to visitors.
Within the city there are many resorts where massage and relaxation centers are located to treat the heart, blood vessels and respiratory system, improve digestive function and devote part of your time daily to eating the best Italian cuisine.
It is one of the beautiful towers. It was designed on the basis of the bell tower of the cathedral. It was built in 1173 and the tower started to fall shortly thereafter. The tower is about 55.86 meters long and weighs about 14,500 tons and is decorated with a 5.5 degree angle. Which may be visited by tourists and ascension, visitors will enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
Climbing the tower requires a reservation-based ticket for €18. Tickets can be bought for the tower on the day, for a specific entry time. This could be 45 minutes to 3 hours after the purchase time, but there is a lot to see while you wait. It is better if you buy tickets online for €17 well in advance at.
Warning, the tickets are non-exchangeable, effectively non-refundable, and only good for the tower, so they’re a bit of a risk to purchase in advance.
Santa Maria della Spina
The Church of Santa Maria della Spina is a small chapel in the city of Pisa. The church was built around 1230 in the Gothic style of Bisan. It was enlarged in 1325 and was originally known as Santa Maria de Pontinovo in relation to the new bridge that existed nearby and collapsed in the fifth century Ten, not rebuilt again, and the name Spina, which means fork, is derived from the presence of a thorn in the crown worn by Christ on the cross.
Piazza dei Miracoli
You can go directly from the train station to the city center, and the first square seen by your eyes is the recently renovated Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the most popular places for local people to gather during the winter to ski. Near the square and steps away you will have a date to see the historic Church of St. Anthony as well as the Tuttomondo mural.
It is one of the most important landmarks of Pisa and the city’s second main square. This square was the political center of the middle Ages. After the middle of the sixteenth century, the square became the seat of the Knights of St. Stephen, and now it is an educational center as the headquarters of Scola Normale de Pisa From the university, the square is located mainly in the same place as the old forum Portos Besanos Port of Pisa in the Roman era.
Pisa Baptistery of St. John
The Pisa Baptism of St. John is a Roman Catholic Church building in Pisa. It was built in 1152 to replace the ancient baptism. When it was completed in 1363, the second building in Piazza di Miracoli was arranged in chronological order near Pisa Cathedral, the independent Bell Tower, Baptism was designed by artist Deutislav, whose signature can be read on two pillars inside the building with the date 1153.
Campo Santo is also known as the Campo Santo Monomentale, the Grand Cemetery or Campo Santo Vecchio, a historic monument at the northern end of Piazza Cathedral Square. The word Campo Santo can literally be translated into the sacred field because it is said to have been built around a shipload of sacred soil from Golgotha Was returned to Pisa with the fourth Crusade on the 12th-century Archbishop of Pisa, Ubaldo Lanfranche.