Beyond the leaning tower
Developing along the Arno River, not far from the sea, Pisa is a must for art and history lovers. Among the city's beauties, Piazza dei Miracoli is a small treasure trove of architectural gems: the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Baptistery, and the Monumental Cemetery stand alongside the city's undisputed symbol, the Leaning Tower, which continues to fascinate tourists from all over the world.
But few people know there are three leaning towers in Pisa: in addition to the iconic tower in Piazza dei Miracoli, there are two others: the bell tower of the San Nicola's Church and the bell tower of the San Michele degli Scalzi's Church, whose inclination is higher than the others.
For those who wish to fully immerse themselves in art, the Palazzo Blu Museum, so named for its color, organizes temporary exhibitions and various cultural activities.
A visit to the city cannot be ended without a moment of pleasure, relaxing in the green spaces of Giardino Scotto, enjoying an aperitif in the cafés of the Lungarno, or admiring the natural beauty of the Botanical Garden.