Hotels in Pisa, Italy
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- University Hospital of Santa Chiara
- Leaning Tower
- Piazza dei Miracoli
- San Rossore Hospital
- University of Pisa
- Cathedral of Pisa
- Marina di Pisa
- Cisanello Hospital
- Knight's Square
- Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
- Pisa Convention Center
- Scuola Normale Superiore
- Mediterranean Institute of Linguistics Pisa (ILM)
- Golf and Country Club Cosmopolitan
- Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
- Medici Palace
- Palazzo dei Congressi
- Piazza Garibaldi
Best hotels in Pisa
Nearly everyone knows the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa - but there is far more on offer in this intriguing, historic Tuscan university town than that. At Hotels.com, we want you to be able to see everything that you can in Pisa, no matter the reason for your trip. That's why we've partnered with a host of Pisa hotels in order to help you find the best locations and the best prices no matter what your travel needs happen to be. Our listings come complete with our helpful ratings system, compiled from reviews by previous visitors, to help give you a better impression of the advantages of each location and give you the information you need to make a decision in which you can have confidence. In addition, our listings also include photos and maps of each hotel, to make it even easier to decide on a spot and plan out your trip. With Hotels.com, finding accommodations in Pisa is as easy as you can hope for, so if the shores of the River Arno are your destination, we can help you find where you want to stay.
What is Pisa Like?
The Leaning Tower, named for its characteristic tilt due to subsidence, is one of the most famous buildings in the world, but it would be a mistake to assume it is the best - or only - reason to visit. The nearby Piazza dei Miracoli contains numerous landmarks of note, including the Cathedral which the Leaning Tower was built to accompany, and the Museo del Opera del Duomo and Museo delle Sinopie, both excellent stops for those with an eye for paintings and sculptures. Elsewhere, Palazzo della Carovana was and is one of Giorgio Vasari's finest works of architecture, of which there are many in Pisa. The city has also been a seat of learning for centuries, with the historic Ussero Café having hosted the first meeting of the Italian Congress of Scientists. The amount of history that is not only housed in Pisa, but was also made in Pisa, is truly immense. Even without the Tower, Pisa would be a must-see destination. With Hotels.com's selection of Pisa hotels, you can worry about how to find time for everything there is to see, instead of worrying about how to find a good place to stay in Pisa.
Hints and Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Pisa
Pisa has very good public transit coverage, particularly by bus, and most of the historical attractions are very clustered, making walking from place to place relatively easy. This may be best, as the city is best understood on foot, though bicycles are also an option favored by many locals, especially students. Aside from its thriving tourism industry, Pisa is also a university town. Most venues and establishments favored by the locals are within a street or two of the River Arno, and students especially often congregate there. While there aren't many clubs, there are plenty of pubs and bars. Food runs the gamut from standard fare to more traditional Tuscan offerings such as Panzanella (a bread-based salad) and Ribollita (a hearty soup), and there is quite a variety to suit every taste. Whatever your tastes may be - and whatever your reasons for visiting happen to be - Hotels.com is here to make planning your trip easy with our selection of partner Pisa hotels.
Pisa travel guides
Tickets to climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa cost EUR 18. This is one of the major tourist attractions...
The Leaning Tower is the iconic image of a Pisa city break. Of course you’ll want to climb its centu...