Free walking tours in Pisa

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447 opinions from other walkers about Pisa tours
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Ricard 15 Jan 2023
Barcelona

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Travelled in family - Aug 2022
Alice es todo entusiasmo y se nota que le apasiona su trabajo. Prepara cuidadosamente el tour y nos llevó realmente a los lugares más interesantes de la ciudad.
Everything about Miracle Square and it's Magical story
Maroš 23 Nov 2022
Bratislava

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Travelled in couple - Nov 2022
Alberto was amazing. It felt like walking around with a friend. He was super informative and fun. Highly recommend taking his tour!
Walking through Pisa’s history
Cindy 31 Oct 2022
Chicago

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
Alberto was a terrific guide. He not only showed us Pisa, but also shared details about Tuscanny and Italy and how Pisa fits in.
Walking through Pisa’s history
Ivan 26 Oct 2022
Genoa

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Travelled alone - Oct 2022
Great tour. Totally worth it. Full of information but not boring at all. Places and recommend are really good too.
Walking through Pisa’s history
Eugenio 26 Oct 2022
New York

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Travelled alone - Oct 2022
Alberto was very acknowlegbable, fun and informative. Highly recommend!
Walking through Pisa’s history
Ivy 25 Oct 2022
Munich

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
We had a very nice tour with Alberto! He explained interesting facts and we stayed at every stop for a comfortable time so you didn’t loose attention.
Walking through Pisa’s history
Rosanna 23 Oct 2022

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
We only had one day in Pisa so this was a great way to see the city. Alberto was friendly and very informative. Would highly recommend this walking tour 😊
Walking through Pisa’s history
Cande 23 Oct 2022
Manchester

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2022
Alberto was a great tour guide. You could tell he was very passionate about Pisa and the history of the city. It was great to see the city and understand the history behind it. Definitely recommend!
Walking through Pisa’s history
Wojc... 21 Oct 2022
Olesnica

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Travelled in group - Oct 2022
I recommend this tour with all my heart! Alberto is very knowledgeable person with ease to communicate it. Without prior reading he showed us best sites of the city, answered all the questions and gave additional tips on gelaterias and restaurants!
Walking through Pisa’s history

Best things to do and see in Pisa

Pisa is one of the most tourist cities in Italy, being a prominent locality within the Tuscany region and being well connected to other cities such as Bologna, Genoa, Rome or Milan. Beyond highlighting the 'Inclined Tower', the city offers travelers and tourists a lot of essential places full of history to know in depth the culture of this small Italian city. It can not be missing the gastronomic part with clear Mediterranean tendency.

If you visit Pisa with a local guide you will be able to understand much better the culture and history of the city, as well as to know the secrets and less usual places and tourist. Within the route that travelers make in a free walking tour in Pisa, you will find places like the Cathedral of Pisa (Duomo di Pisa), the Baptistery, the Church of Santa Maria della Spina, the Puente del Medio, the Museo de las Sinopias, Plaza de los Caballeros, the National Museum of San Mateo and the Blue Building. We recommend that you walk through the streets of the city center, in the neighborhood of Santa María in the part called Tramontana, highlighting the Torre Guelfa, the church of San Vito and the Carrara and Garibaldi squares.

Additionally, you can look at the opinions of travelers who have already done a free tour in Pisa, with the assessment of the route as well as the local guide that accompanied them. Doing a guided tour will allow you to meet other walkers of different nationalities who will surely bring you interesting things during the tour.

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