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Pisa: Self-Guided tour to the sea by E-Bike

1. Pisa: Self-Guided tour to the sea by E-Bike

Pisa is well known as an artistic city, but not everyone knows that it is possible to spend a day at the beach not far from the city center. This tour follows the tramway's new cycle path to the seaside resort of Marina di Pisa. A lovely route awaits you, ideal for families and those looking for a peaceful ride through the countryside, pine forest, and sea. This route offers you breathtaking scenery, such as the Arno's Mouth (Bocca d'Arno), which is known for the presence of scales and Retoni (large fishing nets placed on wooden constructions similar to stilts) and the typical tourist harbor. The Trammino cycle path continues for another 2 km in the middle of the pine forest to the old railway station of Marina di Pisa. There are many restaurants along the coast where you can taste good fried seafood and eat delicious ice cream. Don't miss the blissful sunset from the beach, as well as an Aperitivo with a sea view. A tour where you, the E-bike, the sun, and the sea are the real stars!

Pisa and Florence Private Shore Excursions from Livorno

2. Pisa and Florence Private Shore Excursions from Livorno

Enjoy a full-day private shore excursion of Pisa and Florence from Livorno Port, and discover the Cradle of the Renaissance at sites such as the Duomo and Baptistery in Pisa, and Piazza Michelangelo in Florence. A driver will pick you up from your cruise ship at 08:00 for the 40-minute drive to Pisa, a gentle seaside city famed for its Leaning Tower. Head for the Piazza dei Miracoli (Field of Miracles) to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Duomo and Baptistery. After an informative commentary by your driver, feel free to explore the sites on your own before the 1-hour drive to Florence. Your first stop will be Piazza Michelangelo, where you will be rewarded with panoramic views of Florence, before driving to the white façade of Santa Croce Church where Michelangelo and other Renaissance artists are buried. Continue to the Accademia to skip the lines and see Michelangelo's fabled statue of David. Drive to the iconic Duomo area where, during your free time, you can go inside, find a nice spot for lunch, do some shopping, or walk down to the Ponte Vecchio on the River Arno, or Piazza Signoria; home to the Uffizi Gallery.

Florence & Pisa Private Shore Excursion from Livorno Port

3. Florence & Pisa Private Shore Excursion from Livorno Port

Enjoy a full-day private shore excursion of Pisa and Florence from Livorno Port and discover the cradle of the Renaissance, one of the most important periods for art and architecture in history. Sit back and relax as you drive through the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside. As you approach Florence, drive up the Viale dei Colli to Piazzale Michelangelo for the most impressive views of the city. Follow an uphill road, bordered by ancient walls, to Forte Belvedere, built by the Grand-Duke Ferdinand to protect his Medici villas. Enter the city via the Porta Romana to Pitti Palace, home to the Gallery of Modern Art, Costume Gallery, Palatine Gallery, Royal Apartments, Coach Museum, and Silver and Porcelain Museums, as well as the magnificent Boboli Gardens. The next stop is the Piazza della Repubblica, surrounded by historical literary cafés. Following the Via De'Calzaiuoli, admire masterpieces of Renaissance architecture around the Duomo. Your driver is completely at your disposal and will be happy to take you to Piazza Santa Croce to visit the Santa Croce Church to see where many famous Italians are buried. Cross the elegant Ponte Vecchio, still home to gold and jewelry vendors. For shopping hounds and hungry souls, explore the stores and trattorias of the city center, and sample a scrumptious plate of pasta or grab a smart new leather jacket. The most important street for shopping is Via De' Tornabuoni, with designer boutiques like Prada, Gucci, Armani, Cartier, and much more. You can also discover local crafts in small workshops in the Santa Croce or Santo Spirito neighborhoods. Or practice your bargaining skills at the San Lorenzo outdoor market. In the afternoon, you will drive to Pisa and explore the gentle town as it recalls the days of the Pisan Republic. See the astonishing Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles), home to the medieval Duomo, Baptistery, and legendary Leaning Tower.

Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

4. Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

Begin your excursion with a 30-minute drive to Pisa, stopping first at the Miracles Field, where you’ll see the famed Leaning Tower of Pisa, along with the Duomo and Baptistry. You’ll have time to take photos here and shop for souvenirs.  Florence is a 1-hour drive away, and on arrival you’ll stop at Michelangelo Square for breathtaking views of the major sights of Florence. Your driver will also stop at Santa Croce Church, known best for the tombs of Italian notables such as Michelangelo and Galileo. In the heart of Florence, Repubblica Square, is where you'll experience the major attractions of the city, such as the Duomo, the Porcellino Market and the Old Bridge. After lunch and shopping, depart around 4:00 PM for the drive back to Livorno and your ship. If you’d like to try some of Italy’s best gelato, your driver will make a stop along the way.

Best of Tuscany Full-Day Scenic Tour from Florence

5. Best of Tuscany Full-Day Scenic Tour from Florence

Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the towns, villages, and countryside of Tuscany on a full-day private excursion from Florence, and travel back in time to the days of the Romans, Etruscans and Middle Ages. You will start by driving to Pisa, a gentle town that recalls the days of the Pisan Republic. The focus will be on the astonishing Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles), home to the medieval Duomo, Baptistery, and legendary Leaning Tower. Continue to the Etruscan village of San Gimignano, famous for its Vernaccia wines and medieval towers. Stroll the narrow streets of this pearl of Middle Aged Tuscany, before driving to the walled settlement of Monteriggioni, built in the 13th century by the Sienese to keep watch over the Roman Via Cassia from its hillside location. Siena is the next stop, where you will tour the romantic center, best known for the annual Palio horse race in the shell-shaped Piazza del Campo. The city’s medieval skyline is dominated by the Gothic cathedral and taut needle of the Torre del Mangia. Also not to be missed is the Palazzo Pubblico, home to an important museum, and a great work of architecture in its own right. On the way back to Florence, see the charming Chianti area, characterized by rolling hills dotted with vineyards, cypress trees, olive groves, and small hamlets. You will stop at Panzano and Greve, 2 of the most beautiful Chianti towns. And, time permItting, break at a winery to taste world-famous Chianti wines and locally produced extra virgin olive oils.

From Florence: Pisa and Siena with Wine Tasting in Chianti

6. From Florence: Pisa and Siena with Wine Tasting in Chianti

Spend a day surrounded by the Renaissance beauty and rolling hills of Chianti, visiting Pisa and Siena with our private driver. A wonderful experience between art, wine, Tuscan legends and local food to discover vineyards, leaning towers, sunflowers and typical Tuscan farms. Meet your driver at your hotel, B&B or private apartment in Florence and set off on a discovery tour of Tuscany with stops in Pisa, a rural Tuscan farmhouse, and in the afternoon in Siena. First stop in Pisa to admire "Piazza dei Miracoli" and the famous Leaning Tower. Visit the other buildings that surround the area, including the Baptistery and the Cathedral. Depart from Pisa, driving through one of the most beautiful Tuscan wine roads. You can also request an extra stop at the famous village of San Gimignano. Stop for lunch in a Tuscan farm: visit, 3-course lunch and wine tasting. This farm promotes genuine Italian food and wine culture all over the world. A beautiful Italian experience to learn the best pairings between wine and food, the etiquette of the glass, the secrets of Italian cuisine, Tuscan winemaking techniques and more. Three-course lunch, with homemade pasta, bruschetta, salami, pecorino cheese, ham, salami and more. Wine tastings with: Chianti, Chianti Riserva, Sangiovese, Vernaccia and Super Tuscan, and also Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tasting Pepper Olive Oil Tasting Balsamic vinegar tasting Truffle Olive Oil Tasting After lunch, the tour continues with the visit of Siena to the historic center of this city, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, known for its splendid architecture and the beautiful main square, Piazza del Campo. Furthermore, Siena is also known for its legendary Palio horse race, which takes place twice a year and attracts hundreds of spectators. The most interesting things to see in Siena are: the famous Piazza del Campo, the Duomo, the Baptistery, the Church of San Domenico and the wonderful narrow streets of the historic center such as the "Via di città". At the end of the visit, we will return to your location/address in Florence.

Pistoia: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

7. Pistoia: 2-Hour City Walking Tour

Starting from the Piazza San Francesco d'Assisi, your guide leads you to the first monument of your tour, the Church of San Giovanni Fuorcivitas. This church began its construction in the 1st century A.D., and is admired for its use of a dichromatic decoration, displayed in both white and green marble. Continuing to your next destination, discover the Piazza del Duomo, which encompasses some of the most important buildings in the city. Your tour then advances to the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Corte and the Cathedral of San Zeno. This cathedral contains the Treasure of San Jacopo, along with its famous Silver Altar. The Piazza del Duomo is next on your agenga, where you can discover its important buildings: Palazzo Vescovile, Palazzo Pretorio, and the Palazzo Comunale. Currently the home of a civic museum, the Piazza del Duomo was built between the 13th and 14th centuries and was known to be the historical seat of the city’s political power. Due to the building’s powerful and massive walls, it displays the charm of that era along with it being an example of the ancient medieval construction techniques. At the conclusion of the tour, your final stop is to the famous Pieve di Sant 'Andrea, another important place of worship. It is a clear example of the Italian-Romanesque style, which dates back to the 12th century A.D.

Pisa: 2-Hour Walking Tour

8. Pisa: 2-Hour Walking Tour

This walking tour will introduce you to the city of Pisa – right up to and beyond the iconic Leaning Tower. Explore this unpretentious university city and learn more about its history and monuments. Get to know more about everyday life in the small and lively Medieval Tuscan town. See the city from a different angle, discover hidden lanes and take photos from unusual places. The meeting point is at the fountain in front of Pisa Centrale train station. After a general introduction about the territory of Pisa and a visit at the impressive Keith Haring's mural, you will continue walking across the busy Corso Italia, learning more about the two quarters of the south bank: Sant'Antonio and San Martino. Walk along the river Arno and enjoy great views from the riverbanks and Ponte di Mezzo. Then, explore the beautiful north bank districts of San Francesco and Santa Maria and get to know their highlights. Discover the very heart of Pisa as you walk along Borgo Stretto and indulge in the atmosphere of Piazza delle Vettovaglie with its market stalls and trattorias. Stop at the magnificent Piazza die Cavalieri, redesigned at the end of the sixteenth century by Florentine architects. Round off the day with a general external visit to the Unesco protected monumental complex of the Cathedral and the Leaning Tower.

From Florence: Private Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Trip

9. From Florence: Private Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Trip

Discover the best of Tuscany on this full-day trip to some of the region's most iconic locations. After getting picked up from your hotel in Florence, sit back and relax as you travel through the heart of the Tuscan countryside to reach Siena, one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Italy. Your chauffeur will drop you off right in front of the breathtaking Cathedral that sits at the top of the hill so that you can save energy and time. Enjoy some free time to admire the shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, and explore masterpieces by artists such as Duccio di Buoninsegna, Ambrogio Lorenzetti and Simone Martini. Continue your tour with a visit to San Gimignano, another jewel nestled in the Tuscan countryside, mainly famous for its 13 unmistakable medieval towers. Here, where time seems to stand still, admire architectural masterpieces such as the beautiful Collegiata, enjoy the wonderful scenery and sip on a glass of Vernaccia, an excellent white wine that is produced locally. Finally, arrive in Pisa, where you will have the chance to admire the unforgettable Piazza dei Miracoli, a wonderful urban space with immaculate walled lawns watched over by white marble buildings. Your chauffeur will drop you off a stone's throw away from the Leaning Tower so that you can have time to visit the monuments and take unforgettable pictures next to Pisa's most famous landmark.

Pisa: Square of Miracles Entry Tickets and Audio Guide

10. Pisa: Square of Miracles Entry Tickets and Audio Guide

By booking this experience, you can visit all the open monuments and museums in the square, with the exception of the Tower. Secure your fast-track tickets to the Baptistery, Cemetery, Cathedral, the Opera del Duomo Museum and the Sinopie Museum. To enrich your visiting experience, you will have an audio guide available, which includes itineraries to independently discover the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Cemetery and the Opera del Duomo Museum. The visit to all the monuments is subject to a fee, except for the visit to the Cathedral which in any case requires the reservation of the entry time slot. If you buy this experience, you will receive a skip-the-line ticket to visit the Baptistery, the Camposanto, the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, the Sinopie Museum, as well as the reservation with quick access to the Cathedral. You will be entitled to the official audio guide with 4 audio tours dedicated to the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Camposanto and the Opera del Duomo Museum: over 70 listening points, 5 languages available (Italian, English, French, German and Spanish) and 2 hours of audio to independently discover the monuments and museums of Piazza del Duomo, one of the areas with the highest concentration of artistic masterpieces in the world. Instructions: 1) Choose the date of your interest and select the number of entrance tickets or tickets + audio guides you want to book; 2) On the day of the visit, go to the Audio Guide Desk in Piazza dei Miracoli, at the entrance to the Sinopie Museum, showing your reservation to collect your ticket and your audio guide. 3) After collecting the tickets and the audio guide, go directly to the entrance of the attraction Monuments opening hours: Baptistery, Camposanto, Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Museo delle Sinopie: from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Cathedral from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.. [Last admission: 30 minutes before closing] Audio guide pick-up time: every day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Audio guide available in: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish

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4.8 / 5

based on 736 reviews

We had the BEST day in Tuscany with Aldo! If we could give it 10 stars, we would! We went to Siena, San Gimignano, Chianti, and a couple of other small hill towns that were beautiful and interesting. We had lunch with a wine tasting at a vineyard in Chianti, and we stopped in a small town for the best pastries and espresso. It was a perfect day! There were 5 people in our group, and we were very comfortable in the van. I highly recommend this tour.

David was an excellent tour guide. We had a very good time exploring more of Pisa that we wouldn't normally walk along. He took us past lots of hidden places and shared his knowledge in heat detail. He even took time to ask everyone's names and where we had come from and our plans for in Pisa and the surrounding area. We would highly recommend to visitors to Pisa so you can see the main sights. Thanks

Davide was very knowledgeable and informative, and we saw parts of Pisa we would never have discovered without this tour.

David was a wonderful guide and it was all very interesting. Was amazed by H&M interior.

Guide on time , very informative and we felt unrushed.