Siena to Pisa

Straddling the River Arno, the Italian city of Pisa has much more to offer than its famous Leaning Tower.

From SienaThe Treasure of Tuscany

The medieval city of Siena is most famous for the Palio, a bareback horse race that has been held in the city square twice a year since the 16th century. Outside of the race, the city is an alluring mixture of medieval architecture and Tuscan tradition. The main square is dominated by the early 14th century Palazzo Pubblico and its soaring tower. This historic building still houses the city's municipal offices, and welcomes visitors to learn more about the town's history in the Civic Museum. If you're up for a rewarding challenge, you can climb the 500 steps to the top of the tower for wonderful views of Siena and its surroundings. Also in the square is Siena's stunning Gothic cathedral, which is one of the finest in the country with its painted facade and interior filled with beautiful Renaissance frescoes. Of course, being in Tuscany, it's also a great place to sip one some wine and sample the region's cuisine.

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To Pisa Ancient city of art

Pisa, located in the Tuscan region of Italy, has more than 20 historic churches and several medieval palaces. This university town is renowned for its art and architectural treasures. Pisa has a lively street life and a vibrant cafe/bar scene. The famous Piazza dei Miracoli, or Miracles Square, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains the city’s most notorious sights. Its most famous, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, is a tilted bell tower that came to be as a result of poor construction. Today, tourists flock to the Leaning Tower for a glance at the unique structure. Feel free to climb the 300 steps to the top for a spectacular view of town. Another acclaimed monument is the Duomo Pisa, or the Pisa Cathedral. The medieval Roman Catholic cathedral, founded in 1064, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Pisa’s architectural gems. The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta in Pisa Romanesque style, is also a notable sight worth exploring. The remarkably ornate and rich history of the city make Pisa a must-see tourist destination.

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