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The Tuscan city of Pisa

Discover Pisa, one of the largest cities in Tuscany. While Pisa is best known for its leaning tower, it is also home to impressive monuments like the Piazza dei Miracoli, the Square of Miracles. Explore the oldest neighbourhood in the city, Sant’Antonio, go shopping in Corso Italia and then pull up a chair in one of the many patio cafés where you can enjoy a divine Italian coffee. Want to see more of Pisa? Book your flight, accommodation and activities with Transavia Holidays and experience la bella Italia for yourself.

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The Square of Miracles

Curious about the Piazza dei Miracoli? This gigantic field is where you’ll find Pisa’s most important religious landmarks. These four buildings attract millions of tourists each year. Gaze in wonderment at the Tower of Pisa, the Cathedral, the Baptistery of St. John, the Campo Santo and a variety of museums.

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Explore the oldest neighbourhood in Pisa, Sant’Antonio

Ready for a bit of peace and quiet? Stroll down medieval streets and discover a myriad of old buildings and churches. Start with a visit to the largest attraction in Sant’Antonio, the white marble church known as Santa Maria della Spina. Then walk down the Lungarno Gambacorti street and take your pick from the neighbourhood’s many delicious trattorias.

Explore Tuscany by car

Up for an adventure and looking to experience the real Italy? In that case, you should rent a car and take a road trip through Tuscany. You can be in Florence in less than an hour and a half. Along the way, you can enjoy delicious food and breathtaking sunsets. And, of course, the lovely city of Florence itself. From there, continue on towards the Chianti region. From among the ancient vineyards and vines of this region, you can savour seemingly endless views of the impressive landscape with its green and rolling hills. Andiamo?