Guided tours at night after sunset
On summer nights, to enjoy the spectacle of Pisa from above under the stars, every Friday from 24 June to 19 August the Walls of Pisa offer Mura by night: guided tours at night.
A walk at a height of 11 metres to admire the city's unique architectural beauties and discover unprecedented views surrounded by urban greenery, taking advantage of the cooler evening temperatures. Participants will be provided with special 'necklace' lights and will be accompanied by a guide on a breathtaking route steeped in history: starting from the Piezometric Tower, the highest point of the rationalist 'Polo Marzotto' complex now known as the 'Polo Fibonacci', up to the magic of Piazza dei Miracoli by night, passing by the church of San Zeno and the Roman baths 'Bagni di Nerone'. There will be unique views of Pisa, starting with the bell towers and church façades that soar above the city's rooftops.
Two shifts with departures at 9 pm and 9.30 pm from Torre Piezometrica and arrival at Torre Santa Maria in Piazza dei Miracoli. Tickets €8 (plus €1.50 presale), €3 for children under 8, free for accompanying disabled persons. Reservations recommended while places last by calling 0500987480 Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm, on the Coopculture website at https://bit.ly/Murabynight, or at the Torre Santa Maria ticket office during opening hours. People with disabilities, with prior notice, can be taken down via the Torre Piezometrica lift as there is no lift at the Torre Santa Maria. The Walls of Pisa from June to August are open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with last admission at 7.30 p.m.
CoopCulture, Cooperativa Itinera and Promocultura constitute the association of enterprises that manages the high walkway of the Ancient Walls of Pisa. Built between the 12th and 13th centuries, the Walls of Pisa are an example of the military architecture of the time, a sign of the greatness of the Pisan Republic and today a privileged vantage point from which to admire the city.