Pisa Tourism, Italy: Places, Best Time & Travel Guides 2022

Pisa, located in Tuscany, is one of the most well-known places in the world. The city with intriguing and unknown origins has changed hands between various empires, which have left indelible marks on its culture, food, and architecture. It has been one of the most valuable port areas for Italy supporting the country’s economy during wars. Like most Italian cities, Pisa is bestowed with extraordinarily beautiful landscapes and natural beauty. Its varied landscape comprises the stark white Volterra ravines, green hills of Monti Pisani, and is dotted with lush olive groves, pine-forested beaches, and vineyards.

The most obvious and the best-known attraction here is the Leaning Tower. The 12
th-century free-standing bell tower is famous for its iconic leaning structure, arches, and for offering beautiful views from its top. The National Museum of Pisa is a must-visit for people who want to know the history of the city and see paintings, manuscripts, and sculptures dating to the 12th-century.

One of the must-do activities in Naples is to take a long serene walk along the Arno River. The cobbled promenades, charming houses in traditional architecture, and view of the Leaning Tower are absolutely worth seeing. No visit to Naples is complete without exploring the super-luxury designer stores and cafes. Most of these are lined on Borgo Street.

Due to its proximity to the Tyrrhenian Sea, the weather of Pisa is mostly Mediterranean. The warm and dry summer months of March-June are hot and dry. Winters (November-February) are cold with temperatures falling up to 10°C. November also receives the maximum amount of rainfall.

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