The Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa

May 25, 2019 | Travel | No Comments

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in the World Heritage Site center of Italy in Tuscany district. It is a standing alone structure in the square of the Cathedral of the Pisa. There is no doubt about it that it is the most popular tourist landmark in Italy.

Reasons for the Popularity of the Tower of Pisa

It is world famous tourist point in Italy because of following reasons:
Instead of standing straight vertical this imposing structure has started leaning and currently give a look of unstable tower that is leaning to the southwestern side.

It is world famous for its uneven foundation.

The Domo around located close to it is also counted one of the reasons of the popularity of the tower of Pisa.

It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites as the campanile or bell tower.
Its wonderful architectural design (though it is technically not right).
People visit this tower for taking pictures either by pushing the tower to stand straight or by pressing the tower towards the earth.

  1. The Shops around it.
  2. Getting to the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  3. It is very easy to get to the Leaning tower of Pisa by using a variety of
  4. transportation modes. You can get to it through car, taxi, train etc.
  5. Hotels near the Leaning Tower of Pisa

You can find a variety of luxury and comfort hotels near the leaning tower of Pisa.

You can also search hotels through our dynamic hotel search system. Here are few hotel suggestion for your stay in Italy near the leaning tower of Pisa.

  • Art Hotel Giar Dino
  • Hotel Villa Kinzica
  • Hotel Roma
  • Hotel Francesco
  • Hotel Relais Dell’orologio

Attractions Nearby the Leaning Tower of Pisa

The leaning tower of Pisa is located in the historical city of Italy and there are a large numbers of significant tourist attractions around this tower. These are Cathedral of the Pisa, where the tower of Pisa is actually located, the Duomo, the Baptistery, Santa Maria della Spina, Camposanto, Museo dell’Opera del Duomo etc.

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