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Attractions in Pisa

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Pisa. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Pisa and the surrounding area.

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The Day of San Sisto honors both the saint and the old Republic of Pisa with the laying of a laurel wreath in the church and later a reading by an important member of Pisan society. ...MORE INFO
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Knights’ Square is the second most important square in Pisa, just behind the Square of Miracles. In Medieval Pisa, the Knights’ Square was the political center of the city and the headquarters of the Order of the Knights of St. Stephen. It is now home...MORE INFO
The Tuscan city of Pisa fared better than many Italian cities during ancient times, making it a well-preserved and loved town to live and visit. The most notable landmark in Pisa is the Leaning Tower, although the city has many other palaces, churches...MORE INFO
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In the Piazza of San Matteo in Soarta, at the former convent dating from the eleventh century, houses the Museo Nazionale di San Matteo, the most important art gallery throughout Pisa. The museum reopened after restoration in 1949, houses paintings and...MORE INFO
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Sitting on the bank of the Arno River, St. Peter’s Church on the Quay is a Romanesque basilica built on the spot that St. Peter set foot in Italy. Decorated in the Norman style that is typical throughout much of Pisa, this church has an interesting façade...MORE INFO
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The Cathedral Museum houses the treasures from the buildings on the Square of Miracles, including paintings, sculptures, church relics and tombs. The two-story buildings features exhibitions features artifacts from the 11th century onward. Notable pieces...MORE INFO
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The Camposanto (or Campo Santo) in Pisa is a monumental cemetery that was constructed in 1278. Holy dirt from Golgotha was brought back to Pisa during the Crusades, creating the ground for the cemetery. The Camposanto remained the burial place for wealthy...MORE INFO
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