Pisa is known for its Leaning Tower — but there are many other reasons to visit Pisa, such as winding streets and hidden plazas. We had our pre-dinner place for wine, hidden patios for dinner, and back to the original restaurant for late night. It is a lovely place to spend a relaxing few days.
First, some of the streets…
Then the Piazza dei Cavalieri which I loved because there is a connection between the buildings on this plaza and the Knights of St. John — and two of my favourite places, Rhodes and Malta (notice the St. John’s crosses that decorated the buildings)!
And, of course, the Field of Miracles and the Tower of Pisa.
And a rare selfie of a very hot traveler…
I love Pisa, happy memories, thanks for the reminder of it 🙂
I do, too. Much more laid-back than Florence and easy to get to other places in Italy. We made friends with a waitress at one of the outdoor cafes and she really made the trip special. Although she was not the best waitress, her stories were great and we just loved her.
It looks lovely I want to go sometime, maybe I can convince my wife to take some time off once the kids are done with school.