Begins at 9.45 am Tuesdays to Saturdays between March and April.
What It Is
You may think that the only thing worth seeing in the fairy tale city of Pisa is the famous architectural hiccup, affectionally known at the Leaning Tower.
Actually, there's a lot more to this bit size Tuscan city than meets the eye and with the aid of an expert local guide you'll get to see the some of the city's highlights outside of the Piazza del Duomo.
Meet bright and early by the train station and follow your guide into the districts of San Martino, San Antonio, and San Francesco, the former home of the renowned astronomer Galileo Galilei.
During the tour you will wander the banks of the River Arno, navigate the Corso Italia, and pause to understand the significance of Piazza dei Cavalieri.
The tour will finish at the Piazza del Duomo where you can visit the famous cathedral and bell tower independently.
Your Experience With Pisa of the Beaten Track Small Group Walking Tour
Discover the behind the scenes extras " of the City of Pisa on a 2-hour small group walking tour.
See the district where Santa Maria and Galileo were once lived and hear about the maritime Republic of Pisa during medieval times.
Enjoy the benefits of a personal small group tour, get tips and recommendations from a knowledgeable guide, and learn about the history of the city.
What Pisa of the Beaten Track Small Group Walking Tour Includes?
Qualified English-speaking guide.
2-Hour walking tour of Pisa.
Things Before Go
Entrance to the Leaning Tower and other attractions are not included in the ticket price.
Ideal for people who don't want to follow the crowds and prefer to see an alternative side of this major tourist destination.
This tour is suitable for individuals, families, small groups of all ages and wheelchair users.
This is a relatively new tour and therefore only a handful of reviews are available. Despite, this the Pisa Off the Beaten Track walking tour seems to be a hit with 5 out of 5-star ratings on TripAdvisor who share the reviews of Viator users.
Travellers who have joined the experience describe it as an excellent tour', full of knowledge " and everything I wanted".
Comments say that the content provides local insight, covering cultural aspects as well as visiting the main sites of Pisa.
Best Times to Visit
Visit before or after the peak season (June to August) to avoid large crowds and queues at tourist attractions.
Address / Pick up Location
Meeting Point: Piazza della Stazione, meet by the fountain outside of Pisa's main train station.
The tour is mostly on flat ground and is therefore suitable for wheelchairs.
Please come bring a friend or assistants if required.
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