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Province of Pisa : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Église
“Pisa is located in tuscany on the Arno near the Lingurian Sea. In the Middle Ages and early modern times, Pisa was a city-state and one of the maritime republics and today the capital of the province of Pisa. The landmark is the Campanile of the Cathedral, known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa.”
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Parc
“This Natural park is an oasi where you can connect with nature and see animals at arms lenght distance, it is possible to book a horse carriage visit of the park and arrive to see the beach.”
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Plaza
“Here you can find the cathedral the baptistery and the famed leaning Tower, all of them visitable. Try not to miss the Camposanto with all its major art pieces just mind having a guide with you or a booklet. There's the tourism office on site for tickets information and tours. This area is very beautiful at night as well. ”
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Plaza
“The most beautiful square, it changes everyday because of the sea! Amazing sunsets.”
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Theme Park
“Cavallino Matto is the largest amusement park in Tuscany, open from March to October of each year. The park, the name of which means "The Crazy Little Horse" in Italian, is situated on 60,000 square metres of pine forest near the Marina di Castagneto... en.wikipedia.org”
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Water Park
“Great place to take kids for a break. They enjoyed all the water slides and pool. Food court was OK, just fastfood. ”
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Aquarium
“Nice little acquarium to take the kids to and also a great way to get out of the heat.”
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Lake
“Massaciuccoli is Tuscany's largest lake. Think birdwatching, nature, and beautiful views in a little corner of watery paradise. During the summer, Torre del Lago's famous Puccini Festival is held here on a beautiful open theatre built on the lake. Guided boat trips on the lake are available during the warm season.”
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Point of Interest
“Known as Palazzo Giuli Rosselmini Gualandi it is today called Palazzo Blu because the restauration has brought up the original intense blue colour of the facade. Built between 1100 and 1500 it hosts frequently many contemporary and surrealistic exhibitions. ”
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General Travel
“Not to be missed is Pisa. Everybody knows pictures of the Leaning Tower, but seeing it life-sized still is worth it - and a little cliché photo is always fun. And then there's more to the area than just a tower. You should enter at least one of the sacral buildings. Pisa is also an art-loving city and thanks to the student lifestyle full of cozy little spots and cafés. To recover from the inrush of tourists Pisa offers its calm side with gentle hills surrounding the city and stunning calm and almost untouched nature. Surprisingly nearby is the sea. Beautiful beaches to relax, a refeshing bath in the salty water and afterwards a fruity cocktail in a beach bar - what else could you need? Our favourite place to be: The botanic garden of the university, a calm island in the storm 45 min. from the Villa Sermolli”
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Marché
“VERY FASHINATING FOR ARCHITECTURE AND... REALLY GOD AND NOT EXPENSIVE FOODS”
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Musée d'art
“Giovanni Fattori was the leader of Macchiaioli, the Italian Impressionism. He was born in Livorno. In the beautiful villa MImbelli you will find most of his paintings. The villa is just amazing, hthe park is beautiful also for a picnic. ”
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Comedy Club
“Drive across the Tuscan country roads untill you reach Volterra, a beautiful art city, one of those you can only find in Italy.”
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History Museum
“Here you can find the history of the Vespa one of the symbol of the Italian design. It is a short visit, good to do also with kids.”
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Historic Site
“Very nice small museum in the hometown of Leonardo Da Vinci. make a small trekking also to see his original home. Pass between the grass if you can , it's beautiful.”
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Performing Arts Venue
“La più vecchia e nella fortezza di Livormo proprio sul mare / The older fortress of the city right on the sea”
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