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Borgo Stretto

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Borgo Stretto

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Travelingjohn123 wrote a review Aug 2020
Peterlee, United Kingdom2,104 contributions479 helpful votes
Lovely street between the station / river and tourist attractions. Restaurants, shops, churches and statues on the street and lots of shady places for when the sun is too hot. Worth a look.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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gourmetflaneur wrote a review Sep 2019
York, United Kingdom970 contributions435 helpful votes
This main street runs through the centre of old Pisa and is easy to find form the railway station by heading straight ahead! It has colonnades that house grand cafes and modern shops, restaurants and entrances to no doubt grand apartments. This is the place where people shop and relax. Big brand names have colonised the central stretch. It is virtually car free so easy to stroll down.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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cazbatt wrote a review Jun 2019
Barnsley, United Kingdom2,517 contributions454 helpful votes
We somehow missed this street when we were heading from the station to the tower - I’m blaming it on us having our heads down cos it was raining heavily! Thankfully we found it on the way back. It’s a lovely street, full of hustle and bustle and nice shops and places to eat. A nice place to stroll especially when the rain stops!!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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travelsafer wrote a review Jun 2019
6,862 contributions379 helpful votes
This street is in the center of Pisa. It is narrow and it's sidewalks are under arches. The most famous bakery of Pisa is here along with other nice shops and a couple of bars. On the corner of one of the arches near the bar Settimelli, a plaque says that Galileo Galilei was born in that house. From Borgo Stretto, one side takes to the river Arno, the other takes you to Borgo Largo with other nice historic buildings.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Scott8446 wrote a review Oct 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom848 contributions245 helpful votes
Nice place to walk and you have to walk the legnth of the street if you arrive by train and are going to the tower. We stopped for food and had some gelato.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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