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From Rome: Florence and Pisa Full-Day Small-Group Tour

1. From Rome: Florence and Pisa Full-Day Small-Group Tour

Depart from Rome to the Northern province of Tuscany for a full-day tour to the “Cradle of the Renaissance”, crossing the green valley of the Tiber River to the slopes of the Apennines, passing the vineyards of Chianti before your arrival in Pisa. See “Piazza dei Miracoli” with its famous Leaning Tower and visit the Baptistery and the “Duomo”, all in shining white marble. At 12:00 PM depart toward Florence, the legendary city of artists and architects from the 14th to 17th centuries. Stop for lunch. At 02:30 PM meet with your professional guide for a walking tour of Florence. Once in the city center, you can breathe the atmosphere of medieval streets and craftsmen’s workshops and see masterpieces by Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci and Botticelli, including Michelangelo’s David at the “Accademia”. See the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, with its beautiful dome projected by Brunelleschi and admire the Baptistery as well as Giotto’s Bell Tower. The tour ends with a breathtaking view from “Piazzale Michelangelo”, a superb panoramic view of the Tuscan capital, including “Ponte Vecchio”, Arno River and the “Duomo”. Then, back to Rome.

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Pisa from Florence Half-Day Private Van Tour

2. Pisa from Florence Half-Day Private Van Tour

Ride down the Arno River from Florence to Pisa and be amazed by the glorious legacy of this proud republic that dominated the western Mediterranean for centuries. Majestic palaces rising from the banks of the Arno will let you know that your private van is reaching its destination. The famous Leaning Tower is only one of four white marble architectural marvels on the "Plaza of Miracles," a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The others include the magnificant 11th-century Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, which reportedly inspired Galileo. A maritime power that rivaled and for a while surpassed Genoa and even Venice, Pisa was already considered an old settlement by the Romans. Eventually its power waned, but the legacy remains. One of the more modern landmarks you will see is the Palazzo della Carovana, which houses the Scuola Normale and serves as the headquarters of one of the most prestigious universities in Europe.

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From La Spezia: Private Shore Excursion to Pisa & Florence

3. From La Spezia: Private Shore Excursion to Pisa & Florence

Meet your private driver/ guide at 08:00 as close as possible to your ship for the 2-hour drive to Florence approaching the city through vineyards on the outskirts of the Chianti region and arriving in Piazzale Michelangelo which offers beautiful views across the Ponte Vecchio, Duomo and Giotto's bell tower. Once in the city center, discover the city's prominent landmarks without too much walking as your driver gives you historic and cultural background information. Visit the splendid Gothic church of Santa Croce with the tombs of famous artists and writers such as Michelangelo, Galileo and Dante as well as its renowned leather school. Enjoy a stroll around the lively and colorful market of San Lorenzo, where you will also find the Medici chapels and the Loggia dei Mercanti. Discover the splendid piazzas of Piazza del Duomo with the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and Giotto's bell tower, Piazza della Repubblica - a lively shopping area and beautiful Piazza della Signoria with the Palazzo Vecchio. If you wish to visit the Accademia Gallery to see the real Michelangelo's David, your tickets (at 16.50 EUR per person) can be pre-booked so you won't have to waste any time standing in long lines. Wander past the huge Uffizi Gallery and across the Ponte Vecchio with its exquisite jewelry stores towards Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens. Break for lunch (at your own expense). Your driver will make suggestions and point you in the right direction. You may even be tempted to taste your way around the authentic central food market overflowing with cheeses, salami, prosciutto, bread, pasta, olive oil, wine and gelato. At around 14:30, it will be time to take you on the relaxing and comfortable journey to Pisa to the 11th century powerful maritime republic. Enjoy a driving tour of the city which will lead you to the heart of one of the most important monuments in Italy, the breathtaking Piazza dei Miracoli with its Baptistry, cathedral, Campo Santo Cemetery and of course, the Leaning Tower. At around 16:00, your minivan will be waiting for you to take you on a relaxing and comfortable journey back to your ship in the port of La Spezia with arrival at around 18:00.

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From La Spezia: Florence & Pisa Cruise Shore Excursion

4. From La Spezia: Florence & Pisa Cruise Shore Excursion

Discover the "Cradle of the Renaissance" and the beautiful miracle square at your own pace with a round-trip transfer service from La Spezia Port. Your journey will be in a comfortable GT coach with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi, driven by a multilingual assistant for your convenience. You'll receive a free map of Florence and Pisa, as well as receive an emergency number so that everything goes smoothly. Your first destination will be Florence - you'll be dropped off at the Piazzale Montelungo next to Santa Maria Novella Train Station at 11:00 AM. Then, enjoy approximately 3.5 hours to explore the sites that interest you the most at your own pace! At 2:30 PM, you'll leave Florence and travel to Pisa for 3:30 PM, where you'll have at least 70 minutes to visit the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, one of Italy's most famous monuments. At 4:45 PM the bus leaves Pisa to come back to La Spezia, arriving at 5:30 PM. With this transfer service, focus on enjoying these two beautiful cities instead of worrying about transportation!

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Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

5. Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

Begin your excursion with a 30-minute drive to Pisa, stopping first at the Miracles Field, where you’ll see the famed Leaning Tower of Pisa, along with the Duomo and Baptistry. You’ll have time to take photos here and shop for souvenirs.  Florence is a 1-hour drive away, and on arrival you’ll stop at Michelangelo Square for breathtaking views of the major sights of Florence. Your driver will also stop at Santa Croce Church, known best for the tombs of Italian notables such as Michelangelo and Galileo. In the heart of Florence, Repubblica Square, is where you'll experience the major attractions of the city, such as the Duomo, the Porcellino Market and the Old Bridge. After lunch and shopping, depart around 4:00 PM for the drive back to Livorno and your ship. If you’d like to try some of Italy’s best gelato, your driver will make a stop along the way.

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Private Florence & Pisa Excursion from La Spezia Port

6. Private Florence & Pisa Excursion from La Spezia Port

Get picked up in the morning from your ship to reach Pisa (about 1 hour transfer) to admire the magnificence of Piazza dei Miracoli with its Leaning Tower, the Baptistery, and the Dome. Enjoy some free time for the visits. After about 1 hour, drive cross the lovely old town of Pisa and then go to Florence, the capital of Renaissance art (about 1 hour transfer). The first stop will be at the Piazzale Michelangelo where you can enjoy the glorious panorama of the city. The tour continues to the historical center with stops at the beautiful Santa Croce Square, Piazza della Signoria, and Ponte Vecchio. Spend some time on your own and relax and shop. In the afternoon, return to the port.

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Pisa: Sightseeing Walking Tour

7. Pisa: Sightseeing Walking Tour

Kick off the tour in Piazza dei Miracoli, a charming square where you will meet your guide. Take in the remarkable views of the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the monumental cemetery, and the famous Leaning Tower. Then, continue the tour by discovering the impressive architecture of the city which comes from the Florentine Romanesque period. Pass by the Baptistery of St. John which combines Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles. Next, proceed to the relaxing Botanical Gardens which conserve medicinal herbs, exotic, and aquatic plants - some species of which no longer exist anywhere else in the world. After that, head over to Piazza dei Cavalieri and Palazzo della Carovana. Take time to observe the Palazzo dell' Orologio on the opposite side and Piazza Delle Vettovaglie, where the Borgo Stretto is present and made up of very busy shopping streets. Take advantage of many opportunities here to grab a bite to eat and have a drink during a quick break. Finally, continue to the Arno, proceeding en route to the Blue Palace, the building that belonged to the first Doge of Pisa. Conclude the tour here, filled with wonderful memories and a strong sense of what makes Pisa such a beautiful and unique city.

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From Florence: Day Trip Pisa, Siena & San Gimignano w/ Lunch

8. From Florence: Day Trip Pisa, Siena & San Gimignano w/ Lunch

Experience the wonders of Tuscany in one memorable day. Leave Florence for a 12-hour excursion and see the beautiful landscapes, architecture, and artworks of the region. Treat yourself to some local cuisine, and opt for a guided tour in your preferred language to learn even more about the historic area. Begin with a visit to Pisa and its stunning Piazza dei Miracoli. Admire the Baptistery, the Cathedral, and, of course, the famous Leaning Tower. Visit San Gimignano, the medieval town that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then you’ll follow the scenic roads of the Chianti region to Siena, the city of the Palio. In Siena, opt for lunch in central Piazza del Campo. Meet your local guide for a tour of the city (if option is selected), and see its important monuments, palazzos, and piazzas. Visit Piazza del Campo, where the Palio di Siena horse race is run, and Piazza del Duomo, where you will see the exterior of the magnificent Cathedral. After some free time in Siena, you’ll head back to Florence.

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From Florence: Half-day Pisa Tour with Leaning Tower Option

9. From Florence: Half-day Pisa Tour with Leaning Tower Option

Pisa is one of the most visited cities in Tuscany and it is famous for its Leaning Tower. The beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli is among the most beautiful monumental complexes in the world. The town’s most prosperous period was undoubtedly the 12th century and this is witnessed by the urban shape of the old town center with many buildings, squares, and alleyways that run along the river Arno, which was for centuries the major communication route. It has always been an estuary town and was already an important naval base in Roman times intensifying trade in the Mediterranean. Pisa is also famous for one of the most prestigious higher learning institutions of Europe: the Scuola Normale Superiore. An authorised city guide will accompany you in the visit of the interior of the Cathedral and the exterior of the Leaning Tower and Monumental Cemetery. If option is selected, you'll have the chance to climb the one and only Leaning Tower of Pisa. At the end of the tour you will also have free time to wander in the square and take plenty of pictures.

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Florence, Accademia Gallery, and Chianti Wine Full-Day Tour

10. Florence, Accademia Gallery, and Chianti Wine Full-Day Tour

Discover the beauty and magnificent architecture of Florence, the cradle of the Italian Renaissance. You’ll visit the city’s impressive monuments and admire its stunning setting on this full-day tour. Learn about Florence’s rich cultural history during your guided sightseeing tour. See Piazza della Signoria with its impressive sculptures and imposing palazzo, and the multi-hued marble Duomo and Baptistery, famous for the bronze doors that Michelangelo dubbed the Gates of Paradise. Admire the beauty of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto’s Bell, the Basilica of Santa Croce, and the Accademia Gallery (if this option is chosen). Walk along narrows streets, by the Arno River, and across the Ponte Vecchio, one of the city's most famous landmarks and its oldest bridge, lined with jewelry shops. You’ll have free time for lunch and shopping before stopping to admire the spectacular panoramic views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo. Following the tour of Florence, you’ll travel through the Tuscan countryside to the a winery in the middle of the Chianti area for the wine tasting.

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What people are saying about Pisa

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 3,894 reviews

I will start off by saying that this store has an error on the title, the wine in chianti is not included and we did not find out until the end which was misleading and disappointing HOWEVER this was not the fault of the tour guides but the website. The tour guide we had was awesome, The day he had planned for us went very well. Use really nice and explain things as we moved a long. One of the things that I appreciated was that he give us our own time to check out the areas, I've been another tours with a talk too much and they don't give you as much free time which can get annoying however with this to her in each area they give us plenty of time to do our own thing. I would highly recommend this tour for someone who is trying to squeeze these three towns in a day. We were thinking about doing this our selves however it would not have been possible in a lot of time it been wasted trying to figure things out.

The tour was well managed, but be sure to plan your trip to the meeting point well as it is located out of Milan center. As for the rest of the trip, rest assured that the guide will provide the best and most informative experience!

It was a fantastic taster of what to experience in Tuscany. All the locations we visited were stunning and our guide was really knowledgable and entertaining. The food and wine tasting was incredible too. Highly recommended!

This tour is amazing!!!! San Geminiano is a must do. You wouldn’t regret it. Book it. Our driver Orlando was very nice and gave us an excellent service.

Great group experience, enough time to walk around and enjoy. Would have liked more time at Pisa, maybe Pisa should be a bit longer, just a suggestion.