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Highlights in Pisa
- Historical monuments
- Tower of Pisa
- Duomo Square
- Botanical Gardens
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On Holidu we offer you the possibility of finding the best offers for renting tourist rentals between private individuals. For you to find the ideal accommodation for your holidays, adapted to your needs and at the price you can pay. Most of the rentals are located in the centre of Pisa, in tall, slender buildings, which is a consequence of the marshy origin of the land on which they were built. That's why they all have a unique and different charm. But you will also find rentals in the vicinity, in places like San Giuliano Terme and Cascina, or a few metres from the beach, in the areas of Calabrone and Tirrenia. The most common are those with capacity for 3 and 4 people, but the truth is that you can also find some for 2 people if you travel as a couple or for more if you travel with a group of friends. Completely equipped and with a very elegant and stately decoration. Almost all of them have their own car park, so they are perfect if you arrive in the city by car or if you plan to rent one for excursions in the region. Also, if you're thinking of travelling with your dog, don't worry, as most rentals in Pisa allow pets.Why book a letting in Pisa?
Pisa is considered the capital of the province of Toscana located in the east of the country. The origins of the city are unknown, but most of its monuments, such as the cathedral and the Piazza dei Miracoli, date back to the 11th and 12th centuries, which has managed to give it a frankly interesting medieval appearance as a whole. In any case, it is bordered to the south by the spectacular Florence, as well as to the north and east by Genoa and Bologna, respectively. Another city with which it shares the Tuscany region is Siena, which is also worth a visit and has magnificent holiday rentals. Undoubtedly, the proximity of all these localities encourages many tourists to make tours of Tuscany and visit them as part of their journey. Therefore, if you come by car to the city and you are going to stay several days, especially if you are going to rent a letting in the centre of Pisa, we recommend that you choose one with a garage so that you don't have to waste time looking for a place to park it and that nothing spoils your holidays.
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The area and how to find your way around
Situated on the banks of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the River Arno, Pisa is a beautiful Italian town of approximately 90,000 inhabitants, which belongs to the region of Tuscany. Very close to Florence, Vireggio and Lucca. Known throughout the world for the famous leaning tower of Pisa, declared a World Heritage Site, but the truth is that beyond this the city is unknown to many and the truth is that it has much to offer. What are you waiting for to book your tourist letting in Pisa and discover it for yourself?The best areas to rent a letting in Pisa
Despite its small size, Pisa is one of the most visited cities in Italy. Undoubtedly, its medieval atmosphere, its large marble structures and, above all, the great attraction of its spectacular Tower of Pisa, are some of the reasons that explain this fact. For this reason, millions of tourists every year look for rentals in any of the four historic neighbourhoods that compose it, that is to say, in Ponte, the oldest and located to the west, in Mezzo, to the northeast, in Fuoriporta, to the east and in Kinzica, to the south. According to the opinions of other travellers these are the best areas to book a letting in Pisa because of their proximity to the monumental attractions and because they are the most lively. However, if the centre's accommodation is beyond your budget, in the suburbs you will find cheap rentals, specifically in the beach area, such as Tirrenia. A very quiet area with many green areas and close to the beach.
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Without a doubt, the Tower of Pisa is the monument that attracts the greatest number of visitors each year. Built to be the bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa, another of the essential constructions of the city, is located in the Plaza del Duomo and work began in 1173. Its inclination is mainly due to the lack of stability of the land on which it is built, although it is true that after 20 years of work between the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first century, it has managed to stabilise.Pisa for wine lovers
But, obviously, travellers don't just come to the city to enjoy the Tower of Pisa and the rest of the spectacular monuments of the Plaza del Duomo. In fact, Pisa offers many other attractions, especially at the gastronomic level. This city is well known for the delicious wines of Tuscany, including Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Nobile di Montepulciano. In this sense, it has a high quality oenologist route.Pisa for a romantic getaway
Any destination in Tuscany, such as Siena, Florence or Bologna are ideal for booking a letting or a cottage and enjoying a weekend getaway as a couple. But the truth is that Pisa has one of the best connected airports and a privileged location to visit the towns and cities of the region. In addition, the city's own beauty, with its historic buildings, the river Arno and its wonderful squares is perfect for it. And after a day of cultural visits, nothing better than dining by candlelight in one of the many restaurants in the historic centre. If you decide to rent a letting in Pisa for a romantic getaway, we also recommend that you choose it with a Jacuzzi, so you can enjoy moments full of passion.
Did you know that in Pisa there are two other inclined towers such as the bell tower of the church of San Nicola and that of San Michele degli Scalzi?
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Since 2008, the date of completion of work on the Tower of Pisa which, after the removal of 70 tons of land, led to the stabilization of its structure, the monument is accessible to the public. Therefore, although the tickets are not excessively cheap, do not miss the opportunity to climb to the viewpoint located at the top. If the price is expensive and you do not want to pay it, you can always take the typical photo as if you were holding it to take a nice souvenir of your trip.2. Eat a delicious pizza
It all depends on your pocket. If you are one of the richest, our advice is to go into any of the pizzerias that are in the vicinity of the Plaza de los Milagros. However, if your budget is tighter, in Pisa you can also eat very cheaply and well. This is what happens in the Osteria del Cavalieri or in the Pizzeria La Tana, for example.3. Visit the Botanical Garden of Pisa
The Botanical Garden of Pisa is considered to be the oldest in the world. It is owned by the Department of Botany of the University of Pisa and its origins date back to 1544. Without a doubt, it offers an alternative leisure option compared to the rest of the city.4. Go shopping in Plaza de los Milagros
In the vicinity of the Plaza de los Milagros there are countless restaurants and holiday rentals, but no shops as such. What there is, and in abundance, are flea markets with stalls where it is possible to buy practically anything. From clothes to wooden figures to food and spices. Whatever you want.5. Visit the Sinopie Museum
If you are a great lover of art and history, you can not miss this interesting museum, very curious and unique in the world. Sinopie are drawings made on parchment or paper during the Middle Ages that have survived to the present day. A step before the fresco and a rather rare art of finding evidence. The largest collection of medieval drawings on the planet.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Pisa
COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Pisa has an annual average price of £89.35 per night.
According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Pisa are October, February, and November, with average prices of £80.15, £80.99 and £81.96, respectively.
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Pisa, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of August (with an average of £103.2 per night), followed by July (£102.38), and April (£95.27).
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Pisa, as only 49% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
May, April, and March are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 62.4%, 57.5% and 54%.
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Pisa are, in order, August (with 29.8% of available rentals), July (41.5%), and October (47%).
In Pisa we work with 24 different partners to give you a choice of 660 properties, so you will not be short of options!