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Hotel Relais Dell Orologio - Pisa Hotels

Hotel Relais Dell Orologio

Via Uguccione della Faggiola 12-14, Pisa - Map
4.0 out of 5 (412 reviews)
Grand Hotel Bonanno - Pisa Hotels

Grand Hotel Bonanno

Via Carlo Francesco Gabba, 17, Pisa - Map
4.0 out of 5 (1,259 reviews)
Hotel Galilei - Pisa Hotels

Hotel Galilei

Via Darsena 1, Pisa - Map
3.8 out of 5 (263 reviews)
This modern hotel is set in a striking, glass-fronted structure in the region of Tuscany, just 500 metres from the airport …More
Abitalia Tower Plaza - Pisa Hotels

Abitalia Tower Plaza

via Caduti del Lavoro, 46, Pisa - Map
4.0 out of 5 (707 reviews)
Hotel Bologna - Pisa Hotels

Hotel Bologna

Via Mazzini 57, Pisa - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,001 reviews)
Villa Borri - Casciana Terme Lari Hotels

Villa Borri

Via Galileo Galilei, 34, Casciana Terme Lari - Map
4.0 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Relais I Miracoli - Pisa Hotels

Relais I Miracoli

Via Santa Maria 187, Pisa - Map
"Great location right next to the Tower"
The room and staff were fine and the view of the Tower from the room was fantastic. Only problem is we left the (rental) car in the public car park nearby (as there is no parking at the hotel) and it was broken into overnight and the luggage we left in the car stolen. Lesson - take ALL luggage to the hotel!
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
Hotel Alessandro Della Spina - Pisa Hotels

Hotel Alessandro Della Spina

Via Della Spina Alessandro 5/7/9, Pisa - Map
4.4 out of 5 (265 reviews)
Hotel Alessandro Della Spina enjoys an ideal location in the centre of Pisa , in a quiet and exclusive district, only 5 …More
Hotel La Pace - Pisa Hotels

Hotel La Pace

Viale Gramsci 14 - Galleria B, Pisa - Map
3.7 out of 5 (594 reviews)
Seven-floor hotel located on a lively shopping street, just 1.5 kilometres from the famous leaning tower of …More
Hotel San Ranieri - Pisa Hotels

Hotel San Ranieri

Via Filippo Mazzei, 2, Pisa - Map
4.3 out of 5 (767 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Pisa

    Leaning towards a holiday in Pisa? Yes, this is the place with the famous slanted tower, which forms part of the ‘Square of Miracles’ along with the equally spectacular cathedral and baptistery. A Tuscan city packed with fascinating religious buildings, Pisa also has botanical gardens and delicious Tuscan cuisine. Book your Pisa hotel with us and get ready to explore the charming Romanesque streets and local landmarks.


    Pisa was possibly founded by the Etruscans or Ligurians, but became a Roman colony in 180 BC. After the collapse of the Roman Empire, it remained the urban centre of Tuscany. In 1564, renowned astronomer Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, the city’s most famous landmark, was started in 1173. The people of Pisa were shocked when it began to lean due to weak clay mixture at the base, and construction stopped for 100 years.

    Things to do

    Your first destination in Pisa should definitely be the Square of Miracles. Formally called the Piazza del Duomo, this walled square has four stunning landmarks. The Leaning Tower of Pisa isn’t just for looking at from the outside – you can venture inside and wander up a long spiral staircase which leads to the bell tower at the top and magnificent views of the city. Just next to the tower, you’ll find Pisa Cathedral, a massive marble Cathedral built in the Romanesque style with four rows of arches and columns above the entrance’s tall doors. Inside, there are Corinthian columns, an intricately carved pulpit and Medieval art. The Pisa Baptistery is Italy’s largest baptistery and known for its acoustics (choir concerts can be heard from miles away), while the Camposanto – or Monumental Cemetery – is a Gothic graveyard with underground indoor tombs for Pisa’s nobles. With the Square of Miracles, you can get an education in Pisa’s religious history in a couple of hours.

    Outside the Square, Pisa has an array of other attractions. Visit the Knight’s Square – the centre of political action during medieval days – and the Orto Botanico Di Pisa, a tranquil botanical garden owned by the University of Pisa.

    Shopping and dining

    Pisa has boutique shops with fancy brands. Take a wander to the shopping streets Corso Italia and the Borgo Stretto. Want a cheaper option? Browse the second-hand clothes at the open-air markets like Via San Martino and Marina di Pisa. Meat lovers and fish fanatics will be more than happy with Pisa’s variety of restaurants offering the tasty flavours of Tuscany.

    Getting here

    When you’ve booked your Pisa accommodation, check out our cheap flights to Pisa. With a tower of things to do, it’s sure to put a whole new slant on your view of Italy.

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