Tips to save money while traveling to Pisa

The city of Tuscany is home to the leaning tower, one of the most typical buildings in Europe, and many other wonderful attractions to explore.
In addition to the famous leaning tower of Pisa, in the beautiful Tuscany also has countless other ideal locations to take pictures. The zigzag streets in the historic center of the city stretching either side of the River Arno and is where you will find bars and restaurants cozy organic food is located along the historic attractions and impressive architecture. Below are the common expenses you should know when to Pisa, together learn to prepare for his interesting and perfect for me!


The common expenses you should know when to Pisa
Accommodation: there are many hostels in Pisa. You will have to pay about 15 EUR a night in a dormitory from 4-6 people, but about 25-35 EUR in high season. The price for a private room of about 50 EUR (70 EUR in high season).
A night in a hotel 2 stars cheap started about 27 EUR for small room, basic room with private bathroom. On Airbnb, you can find shared rooms start around 16 EUR/night and the whole apartment begins about 40 EUR/night. In high season, the price doubles.
The average dining cost: most of the restaurant’s meals with wine will cost about 20 EUR per person. In the tourist hot spots, adding about 12 EUR. Fast food such as pizzas, paninis, and snacks will be price from 3-5 EUR. Fast food will cost 9 EUR for a meal. In all the restaurants, more 1-3 EUR for “coperto” and bread.
Travel expenses: bus fare is 1.50 EUR per ride ticket is purchased on the bus. Can get the tickets to 1 euro if you buy from a ticket vending machine before. Taxis are very expensive (like everywhere in Italy), so it’s best to avoid and walk through the city.
Proposed budget: 40-70 EUR/51-81 USD (Note: this is a suggested budget and assume you are in motels, eating cheap, can cook and use local transport)


Avoid traveling during the summer: touring Italy in summer the weather is hot, crowded and expensive. Consider avoiding going into the peak season to explore the power and cost savings.
Skip the bread: some restaurants will charge more for bread or toast on the table but not for you to know about it until the check arrives. You can send back if you don’t like to eat and save.
To eat panini and pizza: Eat the meal in the famous city of Italy is expensive. Buy paninis and pizzas by the slice just a few dollars, and save a lot of money.
Free accommodation: accommodation is quite expensive in Italy. Use accommodation free of charge to stay with local people with extra bed and couch for free, get a kitchen.
Walking tour: this is a great way to learn the history behind the places that you go through. AiroTour Pisa has a tour that can let you discover all the great things of the city.
Things to know and do in Pisa
Photographed in the leaning tower: the leaning tower is one of the most famous landmarks in Europe. Let’s go see the Tower go up on if it is not closed and saved pictures of memories in this place. Go on inside and the original cost is 18 EUR and is open from 9 am-8 pm.
Visit the Baptistry of St. John: right next to the leaning tower of Pisa, Baptistry of St. John is really a bit higher than the tower. The construction began in the 12th century Baptistery. The exterior is very nice decorated with delicate carved motifs.
See the Duomo: highlights and largest of the Piazza del Duomo, this is the Cathedral which had been Leaning Tower. The construction of the Church began in the 11th century, with some of its most prominent features, including the bronze doors by Andrea Pisano. Beautiful buildings, and you can spend more time to admire all the more the art is in the design.
View Piazza dei Cavallieri: this square was once the center of Pisa in the Middle Ages. It has many beautiful details and is a good place to see medieval architecture.
Visit Camposanto: according to legend, this cemetery was built at the place where the Crusaders put the land they brought back from the Holy land. It is the venue for many pilgrimages in the middle ages.
See Museo di San Matteo: Here is the Museum of art and history with special art collections from the Church of Pisa. Although small in size, this Museum hosts one of the largest exhibitions on the art of the Tuscan Renaissance in Europe. Admission is 5 EUR and is open daily (except Mondays) from 8:30 to 19:30 hours the same evening on Sunday.
Attend a local cultural event: Gioco del Ponte is a recurrent historical activities occur each summer. On 16 June as Luminara Festival when all the lights along the River are dimmed, and thousands of candles are lit in honor of the Patron Saint San Renieri.

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