Quick Guide to Pisa

Pisa's well-known leaning monument may be the biggest draw for tourists, but this charming European city has much to offer aside from precarious ancient architecture.

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How To Get To Pisa

Holidays to Pisa will begin with a plane journey into Pisa International Airport, which is two kilometres away from the town itself, making the transfer from airport to holiday completely painless. Following up on cheap flights to Pisa with car rental in Pisa will give you some liberty in where you stay and what you do, although the public transport is perfectly adequate if you do not wish to hire a car.

What To Do In Pisa

It is impossible to walk through Pisa without doing some inadvertent sightseeing, and the Piazza dei Miracoli is the first port of call for history seekers, as it is the home of the Leaning Tower along with the cathedral, cemetery and several other worthy venues. In June there is the Luminara Festival to enjoy, with street parties and fireworks. The nightlife is focused around bars and restaurants where the beer is good and the pizzas are hot to make Pisa holidays complete.

Where To Stay In Pisa

Despite the opulence exhibited by the buildings erected in Pisa's past, it is possible to get cheap holidays in Pisa thanks to an abundance of well priced accommodation in hotels and apartments. There are youth hostels for budget backpackers and even some brand new resorts which are not within the city but located nearby, allowing you to travel in for a day excursion and then retire to the comfort of modern facilities in the evening during Pisa holidays.