Excursion to Pisa

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Route: Florence - Pisa - Florence
Duration: 8 h

A splendid excursion through the fertile and picturesque Tuscan countryside to the historic university city of Pisa, famous for its architectural beauty. Upon arrival in Pisa, guided walking tour of Piazza dei Miracoli, with the celebrated Leaning Tower , the Baptistery and other important monuments. This is followed by a visit to the interior of the Cathedral, an unrivalled masterpiece of Romanesque art constructed between the 11th and 12th centuries. Free time at your walk tour reach Piazza dei Cavalieri, where you can admire the historic Scuola Normale.

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Price: 50.00 EUR
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