Home of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, probably one of the most famous attractions in the world, Pisa is one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations. But this legendary structure isn’t the only thing people visit the city for; the square where the Leaning Tower stands - the walled Piazza dei Miracoli – houses many more attractions such as the Campo Santo (some say one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world), the Baptistry and the Duomo Santa Maria Assunta (Pisa Cathedral).
The Tower of Pisa is undoubtedly the most popular attraction of the city, and one of the most recognisable in the world. Many tourists like to take that classic optical illusion photo, pretending to push up against the building.
As such a world famous site, the large selection of hotels around the Leaning Tower is hardly surprising. Here you’ll find around 35 hotels, mainly three and four star, offering extras such as family-friendly services, like childcare and WiFi.
If you’re looking for convenience, or hoping to explore a little more of Italy or Europe during your trip, why not stay near the main train station (Stazione Centrale di Pisa). From the main station you’ll have great connections with nearby cities and can easily reach the districts of San Martino and Sant'Antonio; the walled park Giardino Scotto and Santa Maria della Spina are sights not to be missed.
Tirrenia is a gorgeous seaside town about a 20 minute drive from Pisa. Here you can relax on the perfect sandy, Marina di Pisa Beach, take a boat tour and order an incredible Italian dinner in one of the cosy restaurants.
The hotel supply in Tirrenia limited to around 10 properties, including golf, family and spa hotels. You can also stay in a beach hotel with Pool, which is within walking distance of the Ligurian Sea.