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DE PISA - FLORENCE
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Surrounded by the Tuscany culture and atmosphere, Pisa is a lot more than a beautiful photo, a lot more than a tower and a lot more than a city. To reach the top of its iconic Tower of Pisa you will have to climb 249 steps until you reach its melodic bell tower. Let’s not forget its important cultural legacy: Pisa today is the host of three of Italy’s most relevant universities. Pisa is a mixture of knowledge, little backstreets, classic Mediterranean flavours and a lot of history.
Florence: the Capital of the Renaissance, the home of numerous landmark masterpieces of Western art, yet genuinely popular, with a population famous for their sharp tongue and bawdy humour. The first fashion capital of Italy, with the most sophisticated restaurants and shops, but also a university town, with an intense nightlife. So do marvel at the history and the art, but don't forget to have a real Italian aperitivo, go to a market and visit the trendiest wine bars, and you’ll discover a lively and vibrant city.
Bicycle tour (Pisa)
Some cities are ideal to be enjoyed on a bicycle and Pisa, being mainly flat, is one of them. If you have a day off, rent a bicycle and spend the day along the extensive Arno riverbank, surrounded by magical backstreets, or “lunga…
Botanic garden (Pisa)
Welcome to the oldest botanic garden in the world. While you may, or may not, be a plant enthusiastic, this spectacular park, located next to the famous Piazza dei Cavalieri, will captivate you with its vast range of historical, m…
Biblioteca delle Oblate (Florence)
Biblioteca delle Oblate’s cultural centre is housed in a palazzo right in the centre of Florence and has a rich calendar of events. The library is free and includes foreign language books, dvds and a children's section. But the re…