Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa without queuing up!
With 3 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the Pisa Tower without standing in line.
With a few clicks you can see the famous Leaning Tower started by Bonanno Pisano that now is famous all over the world, thanks to the soft ground of this area which has made it a symbol admired by everyone.
Do not waste time during your holidays by standing in line. Buy tickets online through our safe and easy system and you will have immediate access to this masterpiece.
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In our website you can find all the necessary information on how the system works, on the safety of transactions or simply on how to get more information on your past or future purchases.
If the time requested is not available, the museum will confirm a timetable different from the one you requested, but as close as possible to the one you requested.
What makes this Tour Unique?
- See and climb the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Enjoy the panoramic view from the top of the tower
- Admire this UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Skip the line and don't waste your time
It is forbidden to bring inside the Tower bags or containers of any kind which can be left at the cloakroom located at the Tourist Information Office of the APT, next to the ticket office. Cameras, movie-cameras and video-cameras are allowed.
- Children under 8 years old are not allowed under any circustances to this visit.
- Due to the height and the difficult path of the Tower, this visit is not recommended for people with walking difficulties, heart disorders or vertigo.
The tour lasts about 30 minutes
- In the form, you will be asked some basic information to conclude the transaction; the person you register as the buyer has to be present at the cashier desk in order to collect the tickets with a valid identity document.
- On the visit day, at least 30 minutes before the entrance time SKIP THE LINE and go to the central ticket office n°2 or at the "Museum of Sinopie" cashier desk n°2 in order to change the voucher with the real tickets.
- It is possible to cancel your reservation until 12 days before the visit having a partial refund. Cancellations requested closer or after the visit will not be accepted and no refund will be possible.
- You can book up to 10 people at a time.
- We recommend visitors to be punctual; no delays can be accepted with respect to the times shown on your entry ticket.
- It is strictly forbidden to damage the stones of the tower or to leave the predefined paths.
The Tower is located in the middle of Piazza dei Miracoli - Pise.
Can you imagine how desperate was Bonanno Pisano, the architect who initiated the construction of the tower of Pisa, when he found out that his work not only wasn't perfect, but it had some defects too? Only 5 years after he started building it, he left the work unfinished, and he will never know that his tower has become one of the most famous and most visited monuments in the world!
The construction of this particular and unique bell tower of about 56 metres of height, was started in 1173 by Bonanno Pisano on a Diotisalvi's project. He left it unfinished and it took more then one century to find another architect to proceed with the edification. It was Giovanni di Simone, the next adventurer who tried to straighten the tower, but without any luck. He also left the work unfinished at the sixth floor. Tommaso Pisano was the third and the last architect who brought the work to its final end in 1319 with the addition of the seventh floor and the bell-chamber. At that time, the fame of the Leaning Tower of Pisa was already spreading all over Europe.
During the years the experts have tried several times to straighten the tower or to arrest its progressive slant, but it's proven nowadays that the tower leans, not because of an error in the process of building it, but because of the soft ground present in all the city. Later on, in Pisa have been found some other leaning buildings.
23 Nov 2015
You can actually feel the marvellous design, engineering and architecture of this monument when you see it for real! Must visit place at least once in lifetime! There is public high speed trains running from Rome daily to visit this place. One can return the same day to Rome if starts early morning from Rome. The site is walkable from...
23 Nov 2015
Went during rainy season. Beautiful atmosphere. Lots of people around. Visiting the tower from inside carries additional fees. Lots of shops around to buy souvenir and ladies bags. Entry to grass area to not allowed. Recommend to walk around the church/museum and have nice clicks. Best time to visit from 3:00-6:00pm.
21 Nov 2015
It wasn't what I was expecting. Much smaller and quite a walk to get there. Be wary of all the people trying to sell you selfie sticks, key rings etc. However it was very cool seeing this iconic building
21 Nov 2015
What a nice little area of Pisa away from all the craziness. The tower area is well kept and clean. Lots of restaraunts and ice cream in the area.
20 Nov 2015
Unmissable wonder of architecture, the leaning tower has probably had more time and money spent on trying to understand it and prevent it from falling down than any other monument in the country. You need to book a timed ticked so if you don't have much time it's important to do this as soon as you arrive and if possible...
20 Nov 2015
You've seen the photos so you're going to have a fair idea of what it is like in person, and it really is just as you'd imagine... but better. You want to go on a nice day to get the best shots. The tower really does lean quite a lot, it's very odd. The surrounding buildings are equally as impressive...
20 Nov 2015
We were in Florence for the weekend and returned to the airport early so we could take advantage of the short bus ride into Pisa. The LAM runs frequently to Pisa and was only 2 euros to the centre. There isn't much more than the tower, cathedral and the museum which is all close together. The cathedral is undergoing major...
19 Nov 2015
Easy train ride from Florence to see the famous Leaning Tower and it was worth the trip. I took the bus from the train station which stops outside the walled compound, bus stop returning to the train station is across the street.
18 Nov 2015
I was really afraid that visiting the leaning tower would be boring to be honest. I thought I may be feeling disrespectful when I would think, "okay, it's a leaning building, can I go now?" However, I have to say, walking around the Baptistery, Church and then Bell Tower (leaning tower) was really much more interesting than I would have...
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17 Nov 2015
We were going to fly into Florence but the airport was more difficult to make a connection. Pisa has a better airport and prices were a lot cheaper.There is a train station near by that is easy to get to. If you arrive in Pisa to see the tower, learn the bus route a head of time. It can be...