Everythinh you would expect from an Italian Cathedral and worthy of a bell tower as famous as the leaning tower
This is a lovely Cathedral, very good carvings, and features. Most people give this a miss, heading for the tower instead, but i would visit this place first, you will be amazed.
We took an hour train ride from Florence to see the famed leaning tower and while there took advantage of the free tickets to the Duomo. While seeing the leaning tower is on most tourist lists, the Church often gets missed. The side chapels and the main altar enhance the decision for the half day outing. It is also a... More
We traveled to Pisa on a side trip from Florence (just an hour, delightful train ride...do it!) and so glad we took advantage of seeing this gorgeous Duomo after taking numerous photos of the incredible leaning tower. You'll need to go to the ticket office first before entering, but as my title suggests, your ticket will be free. Inside you... More
My husband and I had to opportunity to visit the Duomo along with the Leaning Tower of Pisa while touring Italy with our tour group through Gate 1 Travel. When you first arrived at the Piazza del Miracoli, one notices the Leaning Tower and then the massive structure of the Duomo. It is breathtaking beside the Tower and each really... More
I never really thought of the Duomo of Pisa to be anything of interest but there was no entrance fee and my friend and I were intrigued. I was definitely NOT disappointed in the decision! The duomo was absolutely stunning, and that's saying a lot because I had to cover many churches in Italy during this time abroad. I know... More
The Duomo of Pisa may not be the most famous touristic site of Pisa, however it is an amazing piece of art! The entrance is free, and the inside of the church is filled with so many beautiful paintings and sculptures that you'll love it, for sure.
Went just to see the tower but was most impressed by the inside of the cathedral. The artwork and architecture are amazing. Was told that inside the baptistery there were lots of medical sculptures. Walked all around, up and down and only saw two. It was only $5 but would have liked accurate information. Lots of people fighting for the... More
I was pleasantly surprised to see so much information on little boards explaining the art works. The pulpit is something special as is the ceiling. You must go to the ticket office and get a ticket to enter ( except Sundays)
Very elaborate architectural details, especially on the outside. The ceiling is impressive as well, very similar to the florentine Uffizzi Galleries.
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