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There's a lot more to Pisa than the iconic Leaning Tower. This Italian city is also packed with some of the country's finest architecture and historical buildings, as well as more than 20 churches. The city sits on both banks of the River Arno, and the views as you walk along the promenade either side are especially beautiful at night. Take some photos in front of the Pisa Griffin, a statue that looks straight at the tower. Alternatively, take a picnic to Campo dei Miracoli, the Field of Miracles, which includes the tower and three of Pisa's other most notable buildings, including its cathedral. Pisa is part of the Tuscany region, within easy reach of day-trip sights such as Florence Cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. The area is also the home of Michaelangelo's famous sculpture of David, which is housed at the Galleria dell'Accademia.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Pisa?
Pisa has a typically mild and cool European climate, with both spring and autumn perfect for exploring and sightseeing, without getting too chilly. July and August are the hottest months, with temperatures regularly reaching 30°C. Winter can be damper with the possibility of fog, and the highest amount of rainfall is in October and November. It's rare for the temperature to drop below freezing.
Where to stay in Pisa?
Most accommodation in Pisa comes in the form of guest houses, B&Bs and self-catered apartments. These range in price, depending on the facilities you want, but most allow easy access to Pisa’s famous historical landmarks.If you want to be close to the main event, Il Campanile B&B offers classic Tuscan-style apartments located less than 100 metres from the Leaning Tower of Pisa itself. However, you can escape the crowds by staying just south of the tower. Here, in Pisa’s historical quarter, you’ll find the medieval Torre del Campano, the 16th-century Palazzo Quaratesi and Pisa University’s botanical gardens. These are all located near to the river Arno and around a five-minute walk from each other.There is plenty of highly rated accommodation in this region. The L'Archivolto hotel’s four-poster beds and courtyard dining make a great romantic getaway. On the other hand, self-catered accommodation in Pisa, like the Inner City, a stylish, three-bedroom apartment overlooking a leafy square, is a great choice for families. Whichever option you choose, there’s no shortage of reasonably priced restaurants and eateries in Pisa’s historical quarter, offering authentic Italian cuisine and refreshing drinks – perfect after a day of sightseeing.Alternatively, staying south of the river Arno offers easy access to the airport and central train station. Pisa’s main landmarks are still less than a 45-minute walk away. For sleek design and views of Pisa Central Station’s grand façade, choose Stazione22 B&B. If you’re looking for luxury, push the boat out at Palazzo Cini, where you’ll find marble furnishings, illuminated bathtubs and neat gardens. Here, you’re also well placed to visit Tuscany, which is just an hour and a half away by train.
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