Explore the major attractions but also get to see some of the sites that are off the beaten track and popular with locals. This walking tour will introduce you to the real city of Pisa, right up to and beyond the iconic Leaning Tower. The itinerary has a leisurely pace and is wheelchair accessible.
A unique way to enjoy this small, medieval, Tuscan town and learn about history and monuments while also getting acquainted with the every day life of lively university city. Get ready to see Pisa from a different perspective, discover hidden alleyways, take photos from unusual places and, of course, admire the Leaning Tower plus other famous monuments.
Price per person
Free for children up to 10 years
€ 15,00 for those up to 17 years old
The tour starts at the fountain in front of the Pisa Centrale train station at 9:45am.
If you arrive in Pisa by car, an underground car park is available in the nearby Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. If you arrive by train, you will find your guide immediately as you come out of the station, at the fountain.
From the fountain you'll start exploring the city from the southern side all the way up to the Leaning Tower on the northern side. After visiting the mural by Keith Haring, you will stroll along the busy Corso Italia all the way up to the river Arno, visiting the highlights of the districts of San Antonio and San Martino. Walking along the Borgo Stretto, you'll visit the districts of San Francesco (Galileo's neighborhood) and Santa Maria. There will be a stop at Piazza dei Cavalieri.
The tour ends with the Cathedral complex and Leaning Tower, concluding at 11:45am.