When it comes to Italy the source of inspiration overflows from every aspect of this amazing country. It is one of the countries that has been attracting tourists from all over the world for decades, with tourists in almost every city of it. From the historic Rome and the elegant Milan, to the romantic Venice, the traditional Genoa and the national park of Cinque Terre and furthermore. Today we are writing about a beautiful youthful city which is no other than Pisa.
A few words about Pisa
Pisa is a historic city of Italy that belongs to the Tuscan region, with its university running since 1343 which is evidenced by the many young people you will succeed in the alleys of the town and is world renowned for the sloping Leaning Tower of Pisa with the 6 floors, 56 m high and the infinite steps.
Top Monuments of Pisa
- Piazza dei Miracoli – Duomo Cathedral Square-UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. On the square are the three following monuments that are the main attraction of tourists!
- Leaning Tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli
- Pisa Cathedral
- Monumental Cemetery of Pisa Camposanto
- Palazzo dei Cavalieri
- Palazzo Blu
- Piazza Garibaldi
- Chiesa di S Paolo in Ripa d Arno
- Orto Botanico
- Baptistery of Pisa
- Knights Square
- Santa Maria della Spina
Where to stay in Pisa?
We recommend hostel Safestay Pisa hostel for a very low budget stay (unless you seek for something more elegant). Colorful hostel with people of all ages, low budget breakfast, dinner buffet and a garden to enjoy your unlimited or beer!
Where to eat and drink?
The answer is, everywhere. All along the old town of Pisa you will meet small picteresque shops to taste delicacies or wine for a very reasonable price even in the most touristic restaurants. Classic italian espresso, Aperol, wine, limoncello on the one hand and focaccia, pizza, pasta on the other.
Pisa is a beautiful youthful city that is definitely worth visiting but not more than two days. Usually travellers choose it as part of a roadtrip or more generally speaking part of a larger journey. For us Pisa was part of a short trip to Genova and Cinque Terre! We landed on Volotea in Genova and took a train to Pisa.
Pisa is ideal for a weekend!