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The airport in Pisa is only a short distance away from the centre of Pisa itself. It is located within the region of Tuscany which is no doubt one of the most famous areas in Italy. Journey along the coastline and marvel at the beauty of the Cinque Terre. Sample the delights of nearby Florence, Bologna, and of course Pisa. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the sights of Pisa end at the Leaning Tower however!
Things to See and Do in Pisa
The Leaning Tower will no doubt be your first port of call. Whilst you are in the Piazza dei Miracoli, locate the Cathedral of Pisa and Pisa Baptistery. Amble around the museums which can be found here too. There are some Botanical Gardens close by which are perfect for recharging your batteries.
The Museo di San Matteo is also well-worth a visit. Stop off at a nearby restaurant and sample some wondrous Italian cuisine. Indulge in some retail therapy along Borgo Stretto which is a stunning location for a bit of shopping.
The Arno River Promenade is great for a stroll along. If you crave something a little livelier then you will usually find it in this area!
With Livorno on your doorstep, a visit is a must. Soak up some sea air by walking along the shoreline or relax in one of the picturesque parks. Grab a coffee and watch the world go by in the bustling piazzas littered around this area.
What to See and Do in Tuscany - Day Trips from Pisa
Rent a car and drive to Florence. Marvel at the wide selection of Renaissance Art which can be found in the Uffizi Gallery. Whilst here, find the statue of David in the Galleria dell’Accademia, the humongous queue usually gives its location away!
If you like to grab a bargain, there are numerous outlet shopping villages outside of Florence that are worthy of a visit. Following this, travel south to Siena and laze in Piazza del Campo. Amble through the long and winding streets and soak up the atmosphere here.
Sandwiched inbetween Florence and Siena is the Chianti Classico area. Drive around and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Being the home of the wine Chianti, a trip to a vineyard is also a must.
Visit Bologna and find Piazza Maggiore or Piazza Santo Stefano. Whether during the day or at night, this is truly special. Grab your hiking boots and journey to the top of San Luca or head to Archiginnasio, the first seat of the University of Bologna.
The Cinque Terre is best explored with a rental car. This part of the coast is fantastic for a whole holiday, but if you get the chance, try to at least spend a day here. The landscape is rocky but fabulous. Walk or take a trip to some of the villages such as Vernazza or Riomaggiore.Book now