(from Sunday the 14th of october 2012, till Sunday the 3rd of February 2013).
Every second and forth Sunday.
lasting: about 2 hours: one hour visit of the city and one hour visit of the exhibition.
Language: Italian and English (other languages on request).
meeting point: keith harings’ wall, near piazza vittorio emanuele ii.
GUIDED TOURS FOR STUDENTS
Volterra, Calci, San Miniato, Lari, Peccioli are some of the destinations in the territory of Pisa where you can perfectly mix culture and amusement. Thanks to our rich experience in the scholastic tourism we will arrange all the details of the tour together according to the age of the [...]
Guided tour of Volterra
Volterra is a jewel of Etruscan, Medieval and Renaissance art.
It dominates the Val di Cecina from the top of a 550 m. above the sea level hill to the coast line.
History left its signs with continuity through artistic and monumental testimonies: a walk will start from the [...]
A stroll through the Frederick the 2nd City: it was the scene of bloody battles between Pisa and Florence. We will discover spiritual and civil places existing since the Middle Ages, such as the fourteenth century Via Angelica, the Republic Square, the Dome, the Museum of Arte Sacra and the Tower of Frederick the [...]
Following the trail of the ancient Pisan port, where the sea meets the Arno’s sweet water, we will piece together the story of the path walked by the apostle Saint Peter to arrive in Italy in 43 A.D. The Saint Peter basilica, from the 5th – 12th Century, probably was the first testimony of [...]
A played Guided Tour will bring us through places, characters and legends to live again three periods that linked the city of Pisa and the computation of time. The Pisano calendar, the Gregorian reform, the Lorena: three historical periods and three characters will reveal, through a guided tour, another piece of the incredible history [...]
Ancient grand dukes’ residence by Buontalenti. Collection originally belonging to private collectors and the Medici, Lorena and Savoia’s families. Paintings by Raffaello, Bronzino, Rosso Fiorentino, Antonio Canova.
Rich collection of armors from the 15th and 17th Century originally used [...]
Visita guidata It is located in the originally San Matthew’s convent. It is one of the major sacred arts museum in Italy. Exceptional collection of painted crosses, wood sculptures, codex, medieval ceramics.
Some of the main Tuscan artists: Simone Martini, Masaccio, Gentile da Fabriano, Beato Angelico, Benozzo Gozzoli e Domenico Ghirlandaio.