A pocket guide to seeing and doing more in the home of the leaning tower. It lists accommodation, restaurant and nightlife to suit varied budgets and...... more
A pocket guide to seeing and doing more in the home of the leaning tower. It lists accommodation, restaurant and nightlife to suit varied budgets and tastes. It presents foreign language phrases on inside front and back covers for ease of use.
...One of the highlights of our trip to Tuscany last year was to be our visit to Pisa. To be accurate, the main attraction was not so much the city of Pisa itself, charming though it undoubtedly is, but the Field of Miracles*. Well, to be punctiliously precise, it wasn't even the Field of Miracles that had our anticipatory juices flowing, but The Leaning Tower of Pisa in particular.
* The Field...
Advantages: Breath taking views, easy to get to and around Disadvantages: Them damn bicycles
...surrounded by its 12-century City Walls on the north bank of the river Arno with just over 100,000 inhabitants. The centre of Pisa is easily accessible from Galileo Galilei Airport, which is about a mile away from the City Centre. The Airport itself has numerous facilities including a Bureau de Change, Cash machine's and ATM's as well as car hire centres, restaurants, café's and bars and a few shops. To...
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Review of Pisa (Italy)
Advantages: Good price, great rooms and breakfast Disadvantages: not best surroundings
...This was a definite 'how far can we go on a budget at Easter where it might be warm?' affair. Thank God for budget airlines. Me, the wife and the nipper/satan spawn off to Pisa on Ryanair from Liverpool for about £140 should do it.
But where to stay? I was all for sleeping on a beach but Italy in April wouldn't stop hypothermia I was told. So it was time to scour the internet for somewhere...