Most travelers don't even need to ask themselves what to do in Pisa, because the most famous Pisa attraction is its internationally famous monument. And yes, of course, for most people Cathedral Square is top of the list of stuff to do in Pisa, because this is where the famous Leaning Tower stands, ready for photo opportunities.
The tower is actually the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta (also known as the Duomo of Pisa), which together with the baptistry and the Camposanto form the spectacular architectural complex of white marble that has brought fame to the city.
But there's more to Pisa than just the tower! In another square nearby, the Piazza dei Cavalieri, you'll find more things to see in Pisa. Do not miss the Clock Palace and the church of San Stefano. Continuing the tour we reach the shore of the Arno River. In the "lungarni" (streets running parallel to the river) you can see the medieval features of old Pisa.
If we cross the river by the Ponte di Mezzo we encounter two popular religious attractions in Pisa, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Church of San Martino. And another one is on one of the banks of the Arno River, the church of Santa Maria della Spina.
For more exciting Pisa activities, at the end of the Arno river is San Rossore Park, a protected area of forest and mountains open all year. Walking tours, horseback rides, biking, trains, and even floating tours are offered at the park. The park is also home to the Pisa Racecourse, active between the months of October and March. Other places to visit in Pisa are Marina di Pisa, a seaside resort just 10 kilometers from the city, and the famous island of Elba.
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