Walls under the stars

Mura sotto le stelle
Mura sotto le stelle
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Summer arrives and with the fine weather the night-time visits on the Walls of Pisa return. A special occasion to admire the beauty of the city from above, starting from the Piezometric Tower of the 'Polo Marzotto', today known as the 'Polo Fibonacci', to the magic of Piazza dei Miracoli by night, passing by the Church of San Zeno and the 'Baths of Nero', the only Roman monument still visible in Pisa. Participants will be provided with special 'necklace' lights and will be accompanied by a guide on a breathtaking tour full of history, all at a height of 11 metres. Taking advantage of the cooler temperatures in the evening, they will be able to admire the spectacle of the city under the stars and discover never-before-seen views surrounded by urban greenery.

Appointment every Friday from 30 June until 18 August.

Two shifts with departures at 9.00 pm and 9.30 pm from Torre Piezometrica and arrival at Torre Santa Maria in Piazza dei Miracoli. Tickets €8 (plus €1.50 pre-sale), €3 for children under 8, free for accompanying disabled persons. 

Reservations recommended while places last by calling 0500987480 Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., from the website www.muradipisa.it, from the link https://bit.ly/Muranight or at the Torre Santa Maria ticket office during opening hours.

People with disabilities, with prior notice, may be taken down via the Torre Piezometrica lift as there is no lift at the Torre Santa Maria. The Walls of Pisa are open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with last admission at 7.30 p.m.