From Saturday July 4th, the route at high altitude on the ancient walls of Pisa can be traveled from Piazza dei Miracoli to the Piezometric Tower.
Entrance on Saturday and Sunday, from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 16.00 to 19.00, with last entry respectively at 12.30 and 18.30.
Access and ticket office both at the Torre Santa Maria and at the Piezometric tower, quota entrance and mandatory mask.
Tickets: full € 3.00, reduced to € 2.00 for residents, free for children up to 8 years.
The Ancient Walls of Pisa, built between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, are an example of the military architecture of the time. In the northern part of the city they have been preserved almost entirely: this has allowed their restoration and today you can walk the walkway at altitude, from which you can admire an unprecedented city panorama. The route measures 3 km with 4 ascent points, 3 of which are accessible to people with disabilities; around the walls there are 3 hectares of urban greenery, the so-called pomerio.