Visited Pisa by train when staying in Florence, an experience in itself. Fairly easy walk from the station taking about twenty minutes. Probably the most tourist "tat" stalls in our whole visit. The Tower, which had been closed for several years, is now open but tickets for entry are on a restricted, timed basis not just a queue basis. Our wait was three hours. Not a lot else to see in Pisa other than the Cathedral next to the Tower. A small museum is also located in the immediate area.
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