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Fattoria Lavacchio Bio-winery

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Pisa is a charming city located in the Tuscany region of Italy, famous for its iconic leaning tower, which attracts millions of visitors every year. However, Pisa has much more to offer than just its iconic tower. It's a city rich in history, art, and culture, with many beautiful churches, museums, and galleries to explore. A great starting point to discover the best wine tours and tasting in Tuscany.


In addition to its cultural heritage, Pisa is also renowned for its wine and wineries. The region around Pisa is home to some of the finest wineries in Italy, producing world-class wines that are highly sought after by wine enthusiasts worldwide.


Some of the most popular wineries in Pisa include Fattoria Fibbiano, Tenuta di Ghizzano, Podere La Chiesa, and Terre del Sillabo. These wineries offer a variety of wines, from crisp whites to robust reds, made from locally grown grapes such as Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Vermentino.


Visitors to Pisa can take a wine tour of the region, exploring the vineyards, learning about the winemaking process, and, of course, tasting some of the best wines in Italy. Many wineries also offer food pairings, allowing visitors to enjoy delicious Tuscan cuisine alongside their wine.


Pisa is a fascinating city that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and wine. Whether you're interested in exploring its iconic landmarks or tasting some of the best wines in Italy, Pisa is a must-visit destination for any traveler.

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A super warm welcome apon arrival and then the tasting was fun and very informational. The vines was really good and the area are so beautiful. We enjoyed our tim...

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Castello Di Albola

Very pleasant moment in a magnificent place highlighted by our guide Isabella.

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Arrigoni 1913

Extremely kind and friendly, they gave us a guided tour of the winery and the exceptional tasting. Good wines, varied, accompanied by different dishes. Highly r...

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Le Cinciole

Our host was very knowledgeable. He explained everything very well and answered all of our questions. Tasting was amazing as well along with immaculate views. Hig...

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Castello Sonnino

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Fattoria Carpineta Fontalpino

Very friendly guide and interesting information! We are beginners and learnt a lot with our wine tasting experience.

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Diadema Winery

This guided tour was excellent!

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Castello Di Albola

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Malenchini Wine Estate

We had a blast exploring the winery and tasting incredible wines with our friends. The views were stunning, and the atmosphere was perfect!

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What is Pisa known for?

Pisa is best known for its iconic Leaning Tower, which attracts millions of visitors each year. The tower is part of the Piazza dei Miracoli, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is one of the most famous landmarks in Italy. In addition to the tower, Pisa is also known for its world-class universities, museums, galleries, and beautiful churches.

What is the best time to visit Pisa?

The best time to visit Pisa is during the spring and fall when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are smaller. Summer can be very hot and crowded, and many locals go on vacation during August, so some shops and restaurants may be closed.

How to get to Pisa?

By Plane

Pisa has its own international airport, the Pisa International Airport (also known as Galileo Galilei Airport), which is located just 2 km away from the city center. It is a major hub for low-cost airlines, including Ryanair and EasyJet, and it is well connected to many cities in Europe. From the airport, you can take a taxi or a train to the city center.


By Train

Pisa is well connected to the rest of Italy by train, with regular services from major cities such as Florence, Rome, and Milan. The city has two train stations: Pisa Centrale and Pisa San Rossore. Pisa Centrale is the main station, located in the city center, and it offers high-speed trains, regional trains, and long-distance services. Pisa San Rossore is a smaller station, located near the city center, and it mainly serves local and regional trains.


By Car

Pisa is well connected to the rest of Italy by road, with several major highways passing through the city. The A12 highway connects Pisa to Genoa and the north, while the A11 highway connects Pisa to Florence and the south. However, driving in the city center can be challenging due to the limited parking spaces and ZTL (Limited Traffic Zones). If you plan to visit the city center, it is recommended to park your car outside the ZTL and take public transportation.


By Bus

Pisa is also well connected to the rest of Italy by bus, with several bus companies offering services to and from major cities. The bus station in Pisa is located near the train station (Pisa Centrale) and offers connections to many destinations in Tuscany and beyond. However, taking the train is generally faster and more convenient, as the train station is located in the city center and offers more frequent services.

How do I get around Pisa?

Getting around Pisa is relatively easy. The city has a good public transportation system, including buses and trains, that can take visitors to all the main attractions. Walking or cycling is also a great way to explore the city, as many of the major sights are located close to each other.

What are some other popular attractions in Pisa?

  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa - The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most famous landmarks in Italy and is a must-visit attraction in Pisa. The tower leans due to a structural flaw, making it a unique and fascinating sight.

  • Piazza dei Miracoli - The Piazza dei Miracoli, also known as the Square of Miracles, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to some of Pisa's most famous landmarks, including the Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, and the Baptistry.

  • The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta - The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is a beautiful Romanesque church located in the Piazza dei Miracoli. The cathedral is known for its intricate façade, beautiful mosaics, and stunning interior.

  • Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo is a museum located in the Piazza dei Miracoli and is dedicated to the history and art of the Cathedral, the Baptistry, and the Leaning Tower.

  • Palazzo della Carovana - The Palazzo della Carovana is a beautiful Renaissance palace located in the heart of Pisa's historic center. The palace was built in the 16th century and is now home to the Scuola Normale Superiore, one of Italy's most prestigious universities.

  • Giardino Scotto - Giardino Scotto is a beautiful park located on the banks of the Arno River. It is a popular spot for picnics, walks, and bike rides and is home to many sculptures and art installations.

  • National Museum of San Matteo - The National Museum of San Matteo is an art museum located in a former monastery in the historic center of Pisa. The museum houses a collection of medieval and Renaissance art, including works by Giovanni Pisano and Fra Angelico.

What are the best things to do in Pisa?

  1. Climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa - Climbing the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a unique and unforgettable experience. The tower leans at a precarious angle, making the climb both thrilling and nerve-wracking.
  2. Explore the historic center of Pisa - Pisa's historic center is home to many beautiful buildings and landmarks, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Baptistry, and the Piazza dei Cavalieri.
  3. Take a stroll along the Arno River - The Arno River runs through the heart of Pisa, and taking a leisurely stroll along its banks is a great way to enjoy the city's scenery and architecture.
  4. Visit the Museo Nazionale di San Matteo - The Museo Nazionale di San Matteo is a museum located in a former monastery and is home to a collection of medieval and Renaissance art, including works by Fra Angelico and Giovanni Pisano.
  5. Enjoy a wine tour of the Pisa region - Pisa is known for its world-class wines, and taking a wine tour of the region is a great way to explore the local vineyards, learn about the winemaking process, and taste some of the best wines in Italy.
  6. Visit the Botanical Gardens of Pisa - The Botanical Gardens of Pisa are the oldest botanical gardens in Europe and are home to a diverse collection of plant species from around the world.
  7. Attend the Luminara Festival - The Luminara Festival is an annual festival held in Pisa to celebrate the city's patron saint. The festival features a spectacular light show, fireworks, and a procession of boats on the Arno River.

What are some local dishes to try in Pisa?

Pisa is known for its delicious Tuscan cuisine, which features fresh, seasonal ingredients such as olive oil, wild boar, and truffles. Some local dishes to try in Pisa include pasta dishes like pappardelle with wild boar ragù, ribollita (a hearty soup made with bread and vegetables), and Bistecca alla Fiorentina (a grilled steak served rare).

What are some day trips ideas from Pisa?

Pisa is located in the heart of Tuscany, making it a great base for day trips to nearby towns and cities. Some popular day trips from Pisa include Florence, Siena, Lucca, San Gimignano, and Volterra. Each of these cities has its own unique charm and attractions, from historic architecture to world-class museums and art galleries.

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