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Some of the grave markers, etc. are sad, some expressive, some hopeful, some worth of their own special place.
All represent stories and events in the past and show where we have been and maybe what they who came before thought.
Piazza dei Miracoli is a inspiring place. Inside the old wall with a green lawn that connects the Tower of Pisa, Duomo, Camposanto, Baptistry and museum. It doesn't take a long time to tour the Piazza dei Miracoli(1-3 hours). We bought the ticket that allowed...More
The layouts looks like a fairy tale, with marble Buildings & well manicured grounds. The entire complex is in pristine condition out of a story book. Tourists all over taking pics and absorbing the views. It is worth the visit
After touring many cities and sites for the 7 days leading up to Pisa, this was a very, very welcome breath of fresh air. The piazza has lots of space, grass, and room to breath. There were lots of people relaxing on the grass, taking...More
The famous Campo dei Miracoli is probably the finest architectural complex of the world. With four majestic religious buildings, the Cathedral, the Baptistry, the Monumental Cemetery and the Leaning Tower it should definitely be on everyone’s bucket list. Even the enormous tourist crowd accompanied by...More
We visited Pisa on the first Sunday in October, on a beautiful day and it was full of tourists. We only had half a day to spend there on our way from the airport in Milan to our hotel in Lucca. We did not climb...More
Not sure about tickets but I can talk about driving in Pisa. And my advice is: don't. Leave your car at your hotel and take a taxi. It isn't a big place but it has narrow mediaeval streets, little in the way of parking... More
Not sure about tickets but I can talk about driving in Pisa. And my advice is: don't. Leave your car at your hotel and take a taxi. It isn't a big place but it has narrow mediaeval streets, little in the way of parking spaces, and a one way system designed to confuse foreigners.
It's also hot and humid so your mum might find it a challenge to walk far. Younger members of the party will probably find it easy to walk. It's a small and flat city.