Pisa: Extraordinary opening of the walkway on the walls
Pisa Guided Walking Tour

Pisa Tour of the walkway on the walls

The Walkway on Pisan Walls

After the work that affected 80% of the city walls wich boundary the old town, the city has his Pisa tour, what for many is awaited to be the second point of interest after of course the Leaning Tower, the walkway on walls.

What You Can Visit From The Walls

The path to complete is 3100 meters long and will be traveled in both directions, explore through indoor and outdoor areas to the walls, monuments, churches, school and university buildings, squares, waterways, green areas and museums creeping into the life of the city itself.
From the Walls yoou will see:

  • Torre di Legno with access from Piazza Federico del Rosso
  • Piazza delle Gondole
  • Torre Piezometrica, with access from Via San Francesco and Via Vittorio Veneto
  • Torre of Santa Maria, with Piazza del Duomo access

When You Can Visit the Walkway on Walls

Special extraordinary open days are provided every first weekend of each month until the award for the management of the walls that will lead to a complete and definitive scheduling.
We therefore expect to find for the next 4- and 5 February, and March 4 and 5, the same interest and the same number of visits to the surprise highlighted in the past days.

Our Pisa Tours to Discover Pisa in One Day

Every Saturday afternoon BellaItaliaTour.com arrange a guided tour that includes the Dome, the Leaning Tower and the walls at the opening of the extraordinary visit continues on the path on the walls.
Prices, terms and scheduled times are listed on the Pisa tour where you can also find different Pisa tours.

The opening hours are from 10 to 17 with the last possible access to 16.
There are four points from which you can access the walkway and tickets in these special days will be free.

In any circumstances, such as bad weather conditions, the accesses and the routes can be decrease or close totally. These changes will be communicated promptly to the visitors by the staff, and of course the Pisa’s Municipality website


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