The Leaning Tower has made Pisa famous all over the world, and in addition to the tower, the city offers many other interesting things , so spending at least a day here is really worthwhile. When you first arrive at the beautiful Square of Miracles (Piazza dei Miracoli), your sight will be captivated by the magnificent Tower which is one of the most photographed monuments in the world. .
Once you have admired the Tower of Pisa from all angles (including the classic picture in which you pretend to support it !), continue your visit to the other monuments in the Piazza: the Cathedral and the Baptistery. Along the perimeter of the square, there is also the Cemetery, the Cathedral Museum and the Museum of Pisa is not only Square of Miracles.
Enjoy a leisurely walk along the Arno river, pass by Clock Palace to enter into Piazza dei Cavalieri. Visit than the Orto Botanico or Botanical Garden of Pisa, a destination that brings a bit of nature into this artistic itinerary of Pisa.
Not a lot of people know this but Pisa is a great University town, and Piazza dei Cavalieri is a meeting point for students and also home to one of the greatest universities in the world, the Scuola Normale Superiore, founded by Napoleon.
Grab an amazing gelato and wander through this great city with an expert guide and soak in the atmosphere of the history of this city. Markets and small shops are everywhere so lots of opportunities to buy something to take home.
A really nice side tyrip would be to go to a thermal bath, and very close to the city is Casciana Terme that houses one of the oldest springs in Italy.