Rome to Pisa with Private Luxury Car
Take part in this tour from Rome to Pisa with Private Luxury Car!
Prepare to be amazed by the world-famous Field of Miracles, the incredible Leaning Tower, Cathedral and Baptistery. Strolling around the elegant city center, on the banks of the River Arno, you will marvel at the other renaissance churches and palaces.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
You will have the chance to climb the unique Pisa Tower, where Galilei did his experiments on gravity. The Tower of Pisa dramatically tilts to one side. Built between the 11th and the 14th century, it is a Tuscany Must-see.
Pisa tower tickets are included!
Another Pisa attraction, located in the miracle field is the Cathedral, filled with magnificent works of art. The famous bronze lamp in the spectacular Cathedral inspired Galilei in his discovery of the pendulum. Not only the bronze doors but also the west facade hides surprises.
Baptistery (ticket on request not included)
A few steps away, the circular marble Baptistery with Nicola Pisano’s superb Pulpit, will present you with another miracle, the peculiar acoustic under the dome.
If you decide to enter, you will discover notes hanging in mid-air, enough time to “sing with yourself.”
Stroll around the center
During this day trip to Pisa from Rome, you may spend your free time merely shopping along Corso Italia and other open-air shopping centers or admiring other fascinating monuments like the 12th century octagonal Sant’Agata Chapel, impressive palaces and romantic bridges.
Pick up details
Pick up time is 7:30 am, customizable. We pick you up from all hotels, apartments, and B&B located within a radius of 10 kilometers from the Pantheon.
What’s included in the tour:
- Pick up from your location and full day car with driver at disposal.
- 3 hours guided tour in Pisa with a professional guide
- Tickets to the Leaning Tower
- drop off back to your hotel in Rome
- COVID 19 safety measures: face mask and hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff (social distancing from other visitors enforced: temperature checks for everybody entering museums and archaeological sites).