The Baptisterium (place of baptism) sits right by the leaning tower of Pisa in the middle of a vast grass square.
Camposanto is a massive cemetery within the same complex as the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The Cathedral of Pisa (Santa Maria Assunta) is often forgotten about in favor of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The eight-story building is the cathedral’s bell tower, although the bells haven’t rung in over 100 years.
Pisa has lots of churches, but Santa Maria Della Spina is arguably the most beautiful of them all.
There are plenty of places to grab some refreshing ice cream, but the most famous is the Gelateria De’ Coltelli
Borgo Stretto is the most important shopping street in all of Pisa.
Kieth Haring is a famous artist known for his vibrant murals.
Palazzo Della Carovana is a stunning square that sits at the very center of Pisa, Italy.
You can also see the remains of a Roman aqueduct that runs right alongside the park. History is everywhere in Pisa!