Self-Guided Tour of Pisa with Interactive City Game

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Get to know Pisa in a unique and affordable way. We offer a self-guided tour, via our online App. You play a fun, family-friendly game. Answer questions about the locations and do search assignments. All on your smartphone. Log in on our free city game app and enjoy the city. Not a 'boring' guide, but you decide when to start, stop or pause. Use GPS to find the nicest squares, streets, and monuments. Get the most interesting facts about the city. Discover Pisa with our unique city game app. Instructions for starting the tour will be given after booking. You can do this tour anytime you choose. This city game is also a perfect activity for large groups.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Qula

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Camposanto

The 'Camposanto Monumentale' is located on the northern corner of the Piazza. It is a walled cemetery, and many consider it the most beautiful cemetery in the world.

Pass By: Baptistery of St. John

The Baptistery or Battistero is one of the buildings in Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa. The Baptistery, dedicated to John the Baptist, is opposite the western end of the Duomo.

Pass By: Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina

This church was originally an oratory but was later expanded, in 1323, to a pinnacle of the Pisan Gothic. The church also had to serve as a reliquary, in which a 'spina' or thorn from Jesus' crown of thorns was kept.

Pass By: Piazza delle Vettovaglie

In the historic center of Pisa, this piazza has a very characteristic name that sums up its primary function—Piazza delle Vettovaglie literally means "Supply Square".

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Palazzo dell’Orologio is an ancient medieval building where the Captain of the People (Capitano del Popolo) resided from 1357, when the palace already belonged to the Gualandi family.

Pass By: Pisa Central Station

The station is one of the main railway hubs in Tuscany.

Pass By: Piazza dei Miracoli

The Piazza dei Miracoli is a large walled area in the center of the Tuscan city. Known as one of the most important centers of medieval art in the world.

Pass By: Orto e Museo Botanico di Pisa

The Orto botanico di Pisa is the botanical garden associated with the Università di Pisa.

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The Porta di Santa Marta was constructed during the Florentine occupation in the mid-15th century to increase traffic flow.

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The traces of the oldest buildings are visible in the two buildings facing Via Roma and in the remains of the corner towers between Via Roma and Piazza del Duomo.

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It was built in the first half of the 12th century by the Vallombrosan monks of the Church of San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno, with which it was connected by medieval buildings.

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The Parlascio Gate was one of two gates (the other was the Lion's Gate) of the walls of Pisa. These were the main city gates through which the most eminent people of the time had to pass.

Pass By: Logge di Banchi

The Logge dei Banchi was built between 1603 and 1605 by order of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Ferdinando I de' Medici. The building served as the seat of the wool and silk markets, the exchange market and later also the maize trade.

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The complex, consisting of a church and monastery, built for the Benedictines in 1393 on the south bank of the Arno.

Pass By: Torre del Campano

Rectangular in design, five stories high and narrow, it still retains the belfry from which it takes its name. As it marked the hours of the study day for the nearby university

Pass By: Knights’ Square

During the Middle Ages, this square was the political center of the Republic of Pisa. In the mid-sixteenth century, the headquarters of the Knights of the Holy and Military Order of Saint Stephen Pope and Martyr was established on this square.
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