Pisa is a world-famous city for its Leaning Tower and for Galileo Galilei experiments. Situated in the Central Italy, in Tuscany, with the population less than 90 000 citizens every year the city attracts about 800 000 tourists from all over the world, including Italians themselves. The centre of Pisa is the most popular among the visitors, but once you arrive in the city to see the Leaning Tower you would discover many other historic places. Tourists usually even do not know about the huge heritage of Pisa – there are more than 20 historic churches, many of its palaces belonged to royal families, the bridges across the River Arno and the embankments are worth of seeing. Pisa gave a birth to a special architectural style called Pisan Romanesque, and after you visit the city churches you will surely become an expert.We recommend you to start the tour on the main square of Pisa - the Square of Miracles, making the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo the last point here and continue exploring Pisa with our guide.
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