Pisa had its maximum splendour in medieval times.
During these centuries, the Pisa Maritime Republic experienced an extraordinary development from a cultural, artistic and scientific standpoint and the face of the city was changed with architectural works and monuments that still make it unique.
In addition to Piazza del Duomo, the city boasts other extraordinary artistic places.
Don't miss the Pisan Middle Ages!
The Basilica of San Piero a Grado, located in the village with the same name a few kilometers from Pisa, is not part of the city's pedestrian circuit and can be reached by public or private transport.
Finally, please note that the Convent of Santa Maria in Fossabanda is currently not open to visitors.