Introduction Unlike the other major art centres of Tuscany, Pisa is practically devoid of great Renaissance monuments for, in fact she made her fortune and accumulated her art treasures mainly during the Middle Ages. Actually, the peak of Pisa’s economic and political power was reached in the 12th-13th centuries when Pisa ships ruled the Tyrrhenian Sea. It was only during this time that the city, whose prosperity came from lucrative trade with the Orient could afford to commission the masterpieces of painting, sculpture, and architecture with which to embellish herself.
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
Explore Pisa: Discover Monuments, Churches, Artisans and Restaurants There is much more to explore other than the Leaning Tower. No filter needed in sunny Pisa. Pisa has been spruced up over the last few years and is looking great, there’s much more to the town than the Leaning Tower. With its central location and international airport it’s a great base for discovering Tuscany. Pisa walk sightseeings: The Best Routes Churches Walking Tour in Pisa Pisa is obviously well known all over the world for the bell tower of its Cathedral,