Stretched out across from the Cathedral, the Baptistry is just as fascinating and historic as the rest. Designed by Diotisalvi this is the largest baptistry in Italy standing 54.86 m high. If you want to fully grasp Pisa make sure to visit this must see vicinity.
Piazza dei Miracoli
The main square which permitters the Cathedral and Baptistry is a lovely one indeed. With freshly cut grass and white marble in every direction this square sure can surely be charming. Known as the “Square of Miracles” this piazza has great photo op opportunities to get shots with the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
This campanile, or freestanding bell tower, attracts visitors from all over the globe for its amazing but unintended tilt on one side. Hundreds of people can be seen on the outside lawns trying to perfect the original photo of holding up the Leaning Tower. It definitely is a fun way to spend the day watching tourists get creative with their photo ideas. You can also climb the tower for a gorgeous view of the city. Admire the Tuscan hills and wonder at the small streets of Pisa below your feet; either way its a beautiful sight.
This duomo was built in 1093 of Romanesque Italian architecture making itself famous for its stunning facade. This cathedral is great in style and size allowing you to get lost within its marvellous interior. It dominates the main piazza and is a popular must see within the city.