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It is called the Leaning Tower or the Tower of Pisa but actually it was never used for defending the city; it is part of the religious complex in the Duomo Square and acts as its bell tower. It played an active role in both human and divine...more
Having read about the toer, it was a good experience to see it. And to climb all the way up to the top. A bit scary, but worth the effort. And the view at the top was the icing on the cake. Great place to...More
The bell tower, behind the cathedral, made the whole city of Pisa famous and recognizable all over the world. Its construction started in the 12th century and the leaning of the structure began when the building reached the third level as a result of the...More
We did a day trip from Rome and had a ball, strolled around from the station to the tower, did all the right things including attending the cathedral service where we were given access on asking to the front pues to pray with the assembled....More
It's unbelievable just how much it leans. You spend round and around it and you just cannot imagine that it still stands. The whole complex it out of this world beautiful. Just grab a blanket and sit on the grass, comforted by the bell tower...More
Of course climbing this tower is an awesome thing to do and you should! But a couple of things I learned visiting the tower. First if you want to climb it you have to reserve a time in advance, at least a few days in...More
The leaning tower of PISA is worth a visit if you are in Italy already and have a day or half to spare. Rome and Venice are far better...if you do decide to visit, from the station walk towards the tower instead of taking the...More
Went to the Tower to humor my mother, while it was what I expected, full of people taking photos pretending to knock it down (people watch that for a bit it's hilarious) but the surrounding areas were a real surprise, it is a lovely area...More
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom... More
Dear Kandy, you will be asked to read the information before buying your ticket and you'll have again on your ticket. The ticket to visit the tower is at a fixed time. The Opera della Primaziale Pisana provides a cloakroom, reserved for those who visit the Tower, you are asked to be there 15 minutes before the scheduled time, not before (because there is a slot every 15 minutes) and not later. Bags/bags/luggage must be left at the cloakroom. The staff will take care of bulky items. Show your ticket and you will be provided with a box and its badge. Your item(s) have to be collected at the end of the visit to the Tower. Please consider to use the left luggage at the central train station.
The visist to the Tower takes 30 minutes.
you can visit all the other monuments and museums during the openinig time.
Both buses and taxis are available from the central train station.
Unfortunately I don't undersatnd teh last question.
Dear mrch00, unfortunately I don't know where you are and I cannot suggest you the best public transportation for you. The Tower is in Pisa center. Please check local authorities' websites or google for the best way to reach... More
Dear mrch00, unfortunately I don't know where you are and I cannot suggest you the best public transportation for you. The Tower is in Pisa center. Please check local authorities' websites or google for the best way to reach us.