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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
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Went to Pisa to see the impressive tower. It did not disappoint. Purchased our tickets prior to our arrival so entering was easy. No bags up the tower so check them first. We were first group of the day so tower was empty. You feel...More
We visited Pisa for a.weekend break, on our list of places to visit. We were lucky to be staying a short 10 minute or so away from the tower.
We used on our first afternoon and again the next day. We were told to get...More
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is not very heighted.If one is in a car, the tower is not even visible.After walking for 1-2 mins it is visible.It was good but nothing very great. The history of the tower is very nice and acceptable so we...More
Sometimes you go to visit a famous building/place which you have seen in books/TV?Cinema and are disappointed.
Not the case here the tower looks stunning and if you walk up from the City the top of which you see between buildings many times on the...More
One gets multiple feelings once one is there. A lot of excitement to be watching and standing next to such remarkable symbol of architecture in the beautiful Italy. Not only the tower of Pisa but also the several other buildings around. Beautiful pieces of art...More
My visiting to Leaning tower of pisa was beyond expectation.
It is cool to take pictures. The Tower is unique and amazing. The square and the surroundings are very beautiful.
There was a long waiting line but it is not a big deal for us....More
I can just confirm and would like to underline the rule in its entirety: 'For safety reasons, children who will not have turned 8 by the end of this year are not permitted to enter. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult... More
I can just confirm and would like to underline the rule in its entirety: 'For safety reasons, children who will not have turned 8 by the end of this year are not permitted to enter. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. ID may be requested to certify the age'. In fact the Opera della Primaziale Pisana is strictly applying the security measures decided by the Italian authorities to ensure the safety of our visitors.
Yes, there will be people heading down at the same time. The majority of the stairwell has enough room for this so you can take your time or you can easily turn back. However, to reach the very top viewing point the... More
Yes, there will be people heading down at the same time. The majority of the stairwell has enough room for this so you can take your time or you can easily turn back. However, to reach the very top viewing point the stairwell becomes more narrow (only for a very short distance), so you will have to wait to go up or down.