Visit to the Field of Miracles and Leaning Tower Climbing in Pisa, Italy
Enjoy a walking tour of Pisa's Square of Miracles, which includes entrance to the Cathedral, Baptistery, Cemetery, and Leaning Tower. Climb to the top of the Leaning Tower to round up your journey and relish the fantastic vistas!
Climb the legendary Leaning Tower
Visit the Cathedral, Baptistery, and Cemetery
Learn about the attractions with a local guide
Please note: children under eight cannot climb the Leaning Tower. Ladies will need to have their shoulders covered inside the cathedral.
Experience a fantastic vacation to Pisa by seeing the city's most popular attractions! An experienced native guide will teach you everything there is to know about this extraordinary and fascinating example of Italian medieval architecture. Learn the stories that led to building the most prominent Italian churches and how they have changed.
Meet your guide at the white marble fountain near the Leaning Tower (Fontana dei Putti), and then go to the Cathedral, Baptistery, and Monumental Cemetery. Walking around Piazza dei Miracoli's well-known sites, you'll learn more about the city's rich background. The Baptistery of St. John in Pisa is Italy's most significant church. The beautiful old architecture of the Pisa Cathedral was built to honor the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. At the Sinopie Museum, you can look at 14th- and 15th-century sketches by Italian artists like Buffalmacco and di Puccio. Camposanto Monumentale, also called the Monumental Cemetery of Pisa, is where you can learn about the treasures and graves of Pisa and the stories that go along with them.
After the trip, you will have the opportunity to climb the Leaning Tower, which is notable for the settlement of its foundations in the late 20th century, which led it to lean 5.5 degrees off the perpendicular. Climbing the tower will take an additional half an hour. It is the plaza's centerpiece and one of the most impressive buildings built in Europe during the Middle Ages.