Leaning Tower of Pisa
Elaborately adorned 14th-century tower (56 meters at its tallest point) with a world-famous lean.
At a mere 55.86 meters height, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is the smallest tower that had achieved this much worldwide recognition.
Piazza del Duomo
Green space that's home to leaning tower
Grassy expanse that's home to the landmark leaning tower and grand marble-striped Pisa Cathedral.
Cattedrale di Pisa
Medieval cathedral with a marble facade
Grand marble-striped cathedral known for its ornate Romanesque bronze doors & carved 1300s pulpit.
Celebrated acoustics & Gothic sculptures
Large medieval baptistery praised for its acoustics, with panels by renowned sculptor Pisano.
Camposanto Monumentale di Pisa
Elegant cemetery for famous Pisans set around a cloistered quadrangle with restored 1300s frescoes.
The huge harbor chains of the port of Pisa can be seen hanging on the walls of the Camposanto.
Santa Maria della Spina
Petite church with gothic exterior
Small church built in the 1200s featuring an ornate gothic facade, many statues & a painted ceiling.
Natural Park Migliarino San Rossore
Park, nature reserve, hiking, and nature
Historic frescos & outlines on display
1300s building housing restored frescos & their preparatory outlines, relocated from a cemetery.
Palazzo della Carovana
Ornate art-filled palace & university
Late 16th-century palace & university with an ornate façade, housing fine art & sculptures.
Art museum in a 14th-century building
A permanent collection of Italian art, plus temporary exhibitions, in a restored medieval building.
Treasures from the Piazza dei Miracoli
Collected treasures of the cathedral & baptistery, plus etchings of the original Camposanto frescoes.
Orto botanico di Pisa
Arboretum & herbs in botanical gardens
Botanical gardens founded in 16th century with arboretum, medicinal plants, fountains & flowerbeds.
National Museum of San Matteo
Medieval art & illuminated manuscripts
Museum housing collections of medieval religious art, ceramics & illuminated manuscripts.
The Arno River in Pisa is crossed by many bridges
The Arno is a river in the Tuscany region of Italy. It is the most important river of central Italy after the Tiber.
Monastery with a natural history museum
This 14th-century Carthusian monastery now houses a monastic library & a natural history museum.
Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri
16th-century church with noted paintings
Late 1500s church featuring Mannerist architecture & celebrated paintings by Vasari & Bronzino.
Medieval fort with an 11th-century tower
Imposing medieval fort overlooking the Medici port with tower ruins & by-appointment exhibitions.
Tuttomondo by Keith Haring
Keith Haring mural on a church wall
Colorful, world peace-themed mural painted by Keith Haring in 1989 on the side of a church.
The Cittadella Nuova, now called the Giardino di Scotto or Giardino Scotto is an old fortress in Pisa.
San Piero a Grado
Catholic church with medieval paintings
Romanesque Catholic church on an ancient site, with portraits of popes up to the 15th century.
National Museum of the Royal Palace
Art museum in a 16th-century building
Circa-1580s space housing a museum with portraits, paintings, sculptures & ancient armor.
Sunlight Park is located in Marina di Pisa
Natural History Museum of the University of Pisa
The Natural History Museum of the University of Pisa is an Italian natural history museum at Pisa. It is part of the University of Pisa and is now located in Pisa Charterhouse 10 km from the city of Pisa in the commune of Calci.
Santa Chiara is a Roman Catholic church in Pisa, region of Tuscany, Italy, a few paces away from the Piazza dei Miracoli.
San Michele in Borgo
Vintage church with medieval artworks
Church with frescoes & an arcaded facade, built in the 10th & 11th centuries over a Roman temple.
San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno
Romanesque church from the 11th century
This Catholic church from the early 11th century features Romanesque design & notable murals.
Romanesque church with geometric mosaics
Romanesque 11th-century church with tilting octagonal bell tower & facade with geometric mosaics.
San Michele degli Scalzi
San Michele degli Scalzi is a church located in Piazza San Michele degli Scalzi, in the eastern part of Pisa, Italy. It had also been known as the church of San Michele degli Scalzi in Orticaia, referring to the swampy nature of the site at the time of its founding.
Octagonal church from the early 1100s
Early-12th-century medieval church built to resemble the rotunda of Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre.
13th-century church with historic pulpit
Gothic-style 13th-century Catholic church featuring a pulpit from which St. Thomas Aquinas preached.
Torre dei Gualandi
Contemporary graphics in landmark castle
Set in a historic palace, this museum features contemporary graphics, shows & educational events.
Rocca della Verruca
Castle and history
Rocca della Verruca in an ancient stronghold of the Maritime Republic of Pisa, placed on the Verruca mountain, which is the southern cape of Pisan Mountains, Tuscany, Italy.
Palazzo Agostini or dell'Ussero or Red
Palazzo Agostini, commonly known as Palazzo dell’Ussero or Palazzo Rosso (Red Palace), is one of the most beautiful palace in Pisa and one of the main examples of Gothic architecture in Tuscany.
The palace, belonging to the noble family Agostini Fantini Venerosi della Seta Gaetani Bocca Grassi, is home to the Caffè dell’Ussero starting with 1775, and houses the Cinema Lumière since 1899.