Why You Need to Visit Pisa Explained in 10 Pictures

Basically, Pisa is known around the world for a failed architectural feat. The Leaning Tower may be one of the world’s most famous towers, but it remains a failure.

That being said; it does attract vast numbers of tourists each year—including myself. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is simply a sight that you must have seen once in your life. But, honestly, no more. There is absolutely no need to see it twice.

Pisa, a large city in Tuscany, is also home to a couple of other architectural landmarks, all conveniently located on Piazza dei Miracoli in the city center. Those are the Cathedral of Pisa and the enormous Baptistery. I have already written a blog post about my visit to Pisa, so I won’t elaborate on any details here.

As is a habit of mine, I like to accompany an informative blog post with a blog post that contains several photos that may, hopefully, inspire readers to go and visit the destination in question themselves.

The aim of this new photo-based post is no different.

So, allow me to stop talking (writing) and give you guys the chance to visit Pisa in ten of my favorite Pisa pictures.

Top 10 Pictures of Pisa That’ll Show Why You Have to Visit

Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Altar in Pisa Cathedral
Altar in the Pisa Cathedral
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Baptistery
Baptistery
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: buildings along the Arno River
Buildings along the Arno River
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Cathedral and Leaning Tower of Pisa
Cathedral and Leaning Tower of Pisa
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Inside the Duomo
Inside the Duomo, Pisa
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Piazza dei Miracoli
Piazza dei Miracoli, Pisa
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Pisa Duomo seen from the Battistero
Pisa Duomo seen from the Battistero
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Pisa seen from the Leaning Tower
Pisa seen from the Leaning Tower
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: Statue on Piazza dei Miracoli
Statue on Piazza dei Miracoli
Top 10 Pictures of Pisa: View from the Leaning Tower of Pisa
View from the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Pisa is a major highlight in Tuscany and, if you have the time, should be included in your itinerary. Although Florence should be no means be skipped, Pisa is another city that you are encouraged to visit. All landmarks all located right next to one another and make visiting Pisa possible in just one afternoon—a perfect day trip in other words.

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Bram is a Belgian guy who's currently living in the USA. For over four years now, he has been wandering the globe, with jobs here and there in between. So far, his travels have taken him to four continents and twenty-two countries. Bram likes to try different styles of travelling: from backpacker and adventurer to tourist and local, he has been all those stereotypes and probably will be many more in the future. You can follow his adventures on his travel blog, on Twitter and on Facebook.

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