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When architecture goes wrong, cities don't normally boast about it, but in Pisa it's the opposite. Its world-famous leaning tower draws visitors to this Italian town. Pisa's historic centre is a mix of Gothic, Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, combined with a lively street life. Students and locals mix happily with the tourists. Pisa Airport hotels make a great base as the city centre is only twenty minutes away by foot, bus, train or taxi. Hotels.com has partnerships with many hotels in Pisa. Select your hotel by reading honest reviews written by genuine guests and by looking at our photos of hotels and sample rooms. Then use Hotels.com's travel guides to plan the rest of your stay.

What's Pisa Like?

Whichever Pisa Airport hotels you choose will be close to the city centre. Pick up a map of Pisa's historical quarters and walking itineraries from the tourist office. The neighbourhood of Piazza di Miracoli is home to the city's most famous landmarks. The Leaning Tower has been leaning since the late 12th century, so don't worry about making the effort to climb it. You will be rewarded with stunning city views. You must also visit the Cathedral of Pisa and the echoing interior of the Baptistry. The museums of the Opera del Duomo and the Sinopie are a treat for art and history lovers. Wherever you turn you will find piazzas and palaces, but when you are ready to sit down and enjoy some fresh air, then step into the University Botanical Garden. Created by Cosimo de Medici, it was the first university botanical garden in Europe.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Pisa

To really mix in with the locals, visit in June for the Luminara Festival and the Gioco del Ponte, or Game of Bridge. Both involve candles, processions and fun activities through the evening and into the night. The locals enjoy dining on pizzas and kebabs, then relaxing with a beer in the Piazza delle Vettovaglie of an evening. Pisa's huge student population means it is easy to buy good food at good prices. Learn a few simple phrases of Italian and you will mix easily with the locals in cafes and restaurants. If you want to step back in time and enjoy soaking up the atmosphere of this Tuscan town, then select Pisa Airport hotels with the help of Hotels.com. Our detailed information and maps pinpoint exactly where your hotel is located and give you useful tips and information about travel and attractions.

Things To Do Near Pisa (PSA-Galileo Galilei) - Pisa Travel Guides