From the end of March, the daily openings for the Walls of Pisa return: with the Capodanno Pisano the tourist season gets into full swing and the high-altitude walkway that allows visitors to discover the city from Piazza dei Miracoli to the Lungarni is ready to welcome visitors who want to admire Pisa from an original and privileged viewpoint. From 26 March, following the time change, the monument will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with last admission at 7.30 p.m. In addition to the classic visit, which is also possible independently thanks to the free app, the Walls will offer a full calendar of special events.
It starts on Friday 24 March with the new cycle of 'Mura di Pisa Night Experience', a visit at night with film projections in collaboration with Acquario della Memoria. Thanks to silent headphones, participants will be immersed in an enthralling journey through the centuries, rich in historical facts and anecdotes: from the ingenious workings of the Roman baths to the splendours of the Maritime Republic, from the life of Laura Ruschi to the vicissitudes of the Marzotto factory. Repeats also on Friday 31 March and Friday 7 April, starting at 9.00 p.m. at the Torre Piezometrica (Polo Fibonacci, formerly Marzotto, with access from the cycle-pedestrian walkway outside the Walls, which can be reached from Via San Francesco or Via Vittorio Veneto), arriving at approximately 10.30 p.m. in Piazza dei Miracoli. The length of the walk is approximately 2 kilometres. Tickets are 10 euro (plus 1.50 euro pre-sale), free of charge for accompanying persons with disabilities, and recommended for the public aged 12 and over.
In anticipation of Easter, on Sunday 2 April from 3.00 to 4.30 p.m. the Walls will host a workshop for children with a view of Piazza dei Miracoli. In the space of the Torre del Catallo, a few steps from the main entrance of Torre Santa Maria, young visitors followed by dedicated staff will be able to make Easter decorations with colours, various objects and re-used material such as paper and cardboard. In the following days, the works can also be used to decorate the entrance to the Walls. Dedicated to children up to the age of 10, tickets cost €5 (plus €1.50 pre-sale), accompanying adults will have free admission.
For events, booking recommended while places last at https://bit.ly/MuraNight and https://bit.ly/PasquaMura, by calling 0500987480 Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., or at the Torre Santa Maria ticket office during opening hours. People with disabilities, with prior notification, may be taken up and down using the Torre Piezometrica lift as there is no lift at Torre Santa Maria.