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Pisa Cathedral: Guided Tour and Leaning Tower Ticket

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Leaning Tower, Pisa Cathedral and Baptistery: Guided Tour

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Leaning Tower and Pisa Cathedral: Fast Track Entry with Guided City Tour

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  • One of Italy's most famous landmarks

  • Its real purpose is to serve as the bell tower of Pisa Cathedral

  • The tower has seven bells, one for each musical note, and the largest weighs three and a half tonnes!

  • It stands at 56.67-meters tall (although its sunken side is around 80 centimeters shorter at 55.86 meters)

  • The tower dates back to the 12th century, and even started to leaning during construction due to soft ground that couldn't support the tower's 14,500 ton weight

  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa is covered in architectural details, so keep an eye out for wall reliefs and decorations on its columns

As one of Tuscany's most famous landmarks, you'll want to book your ticket in advance.

If you want to climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you'll need a ticket with a timeslot.

Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets include:

  • Fast-track access to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption

  • Day trips to Pisa from Florence with guided and semi-guided options

  • Downloadable audio guide upgrades so you can find out more about the tower's 800 years of history

  • You can take photos for private use, so get ready to go snap happy

  • Children under 8 are not allowed inside the tower and children aged 9-18 require adult supervision before climbing

  • There is a free cloakroom – before climbing the tower, you must leave your luggage and bags here (even small handbags and purses)

  • Only guide dogs can enter the Piazza del Duomo (the square where you'll find the leaning tower), so leave your pets at home

  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa is not wheelchair accessible, but other sights in the Piazza dei Miracoli are

  • To get there, take a train to Pisa and alight at the central station. From there, it's a 20-minute walk, or you can take a cab or a bus to the Pisa Cathedral

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Jasmina,  Slovenia Slovenia
16 Jun 2023
Amazing place! You go into and up the tower at exactly the chosen time slot. 15 min before leave your bag at the garderobe (a bottle of water is OK). No need to stand in line…be free to walk around.
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Vanessa,  New Zealand New Zealand
18 Jul 2023
Easy climb up iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa- much easier than the Duomo in Florence . Only need to line up 5-10 minutes before time on ticket / go up in groups of about 30 people
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Beverly ,  United States United States
17 May 2023
Excellent tour. We had the guided tour of the Cathedral but didn’t go up the Tower. We didn’t feel like we missed out on anything. It gave us more free time to take photos and explore. 👍
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About: Leaning Tower Of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most famous attractions in Italy, known for its iconic diagonal tilt. Constructed over the course of 199 years, the tower originally dates back to 1173 when it was built during an especially prosperous period in Pisa's history.

Drawing over one million visitors per year, the tower was off-limits to guests between 1990 and 2001 for safety reasons. Following a decade of corrective reconstruction, it is now once again able to hold visitors for centuries to come.

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Leaning Tower Of Pisa
Piazza del Duomo, 56126, Pisa
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