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Pisa combines all the best elements of Italy; medieval architecture, beautiful river views and some unspoilt countryside just waiting to be explored.  Pisa is home to the iconic Leaning Tower, one of the most recognisable buildings in the world. But this is a medieval town that offers so much more.

Come here for an exciting history-filled city break, stay a little longer and explore the beautiful rolling countryside of Tuscany, and finish off by exploring the priceless art gallery that is Florence, just 40 kilometres to the east. Stylish, culture-packed holidays don’t come any better than this 

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Sightseeing


Pisa's riverside Palazzo Blu is always worth a visit for its beautiful 18th century interiors and art collections. This month the blue-painted palazzo hosts an exhibition of over a hundred weird and wonderful works by Escher. (13 October-28 January; palazzoblu.it)


Pisa parties each June with the Luminara (16th) when 70,000 candles light up the river, and the colourful San Ranieri regatta the following day. This year it's also Pisa's turn to host the Regatta of Italy's Ancient Maritime Republics (18th), a costume pageant and race against rowing-teams from Venice, Amalfi and Genoa.


This year's dance season sees classics such as Romeo and Juliet (16 February) alongside dynamic contemporary choreography including the humorous, athletic Eureka (6 January) and an evening dedicated to young choreographers (4 March). www.teatrodipisa.pi.it

Key Areas


Spend a day at the beach: Marina di Pisa is just 14km from town. Make sure to end up at the Sunset Café (40A Via Litoranea) to enjoy a drink on the beach while watching the sun going down over the sea.

Day Trips


Take the train to Pontedera (15 mins) and head to the Vespa museum just round the corner from the station to see a collection of the iconic bikes dating from the 1940s onwards, together with other models made by Piaggio in this very building. www.museopiaggio.it


Head to Torre del Lago, just north of Pisa (15 mins by train), an attractive little place on the banks of Lake Massaciuccoli, for the annual Puccini opera festival (July-August). The composer loved it here and built a house which nowadays houses the Puccini museum. www.puccinifestival.it


The coastal town of Livorno makes an easy day out from Pisa (15 mins by train). It boasts two fortresses surrounded by water and some excellent foodie specialities including cacciucco, a hearty seafood soup.


Visit the charming city of Lucca, just 20km away (30 minutes by train). Don't miss the unusual oval-shaped Piazza Anfiteatro and the picturesque Romanesque cathedral. Stretch your legs with a walk along the historic city walls.

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