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Chiara

About Me
My name is Chiara, and I am a student. I love living in Pisa because it's a small university town: not as big as a metropolis, full of confusion and carelessness, but big enough to make you aware that you have all the activities and entertainment you need!
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You have to go to
The road from Borgo Largo to Piazza dei Miracoli (Leaning Tower), crossing Piazza dei Cavalieri.
Here's one fun activity you can do
Cycling in San Rossore Park and having lunch there among the beautiful Tuscan trees.
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
My favorite place in Pisa is "Giardino Scotto", a colorful place full of flowers and perfumes. I love spending afternoons alone reading and thinking there. It's this possibility that makes me feel relaxed, and that's what makes it special.
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
The most typical place in Pisa is "Nando," situated on Corso Italia, where you can eat pizza but overall the true Tuscan specialty: cecina!
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1. Walk the Corso Italia
2. Borgo Stretto
3. Borgo Largo
4. Piazza Santa Caterina
5. Piazza Dante
6. Piazza dei Cavalieri
7. Via Roma, Piazza dei Miracoli
8. Torre di Pisa.

It would also be nice to visit: San Rossore Park, Marina di Pisa/Tirrenia (the coast), and Giardino Scotto.
My extra insider tip for you is
When you come to visit Pisa, you can't forget to go to Florence (one hour away) , Lucca (20 minutes away), Terrazza Mascagni in Livorno (40 minutes away) or Volterra Hills.
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