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Jo Fitzsimons is a freelance travel writer who has visited over 50 countries. www.indianajo.com is the place where she shares destination details, travel itineraries, planning and booking tips and trip tales. Her aim: to help you plan your travel adventure on your terms and to your budget.

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  1. Paula
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    Thank you for this clear and helpful post 🙂 Planning our trip to Pisa just got easier.

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  8. chill
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    We are going to Pisa on next month. Can you tell me the place where you got your Mushroom focaccia. Thank you

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  11. Greg Weir
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    Hi Jo,
    I love reading your travel blogs and compliment you on the quality of your photographs; we are soon to leave home to visit southern Germany then on to Venice, Florence, Pisa, La Spezia, the Cinque Terra and Milan – really looking forward to the trip and your writings have given us many ideas, Thank you.

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  14. linmoron
    linmoron at | | Reply

    update the post! lets go jo.. where the osteria at

  15. Marlene Law Lundgren
    Marlene Law Lundgren at | | Reply

    Thank you for a very informative post, we are here for a day and you gave really useful tips to spend our time here wisely! I know it is a few years after but I know how the trick is performed, you might even know it now 🙂

  16. Asi
    Asi at | | Reply

    Hello there,

    I am going to be in Pisa for one day next two week, this article helped me a lot.
    Thank you, will check back when you update the info.

    I will be there on Sunday, is it necessary to buy a ticket online for entering the Pisa Tower ??

    Thank you!!

  17. Mitch
    Mitch at | | Reply

    Yes there are lots of wonderful places in Pisa, Italy . Plus it is relaxing and have a panorama view that everyone will be impressed and amazed. If you are looking for a place that is perfect for relaxation where you can have a peace of mind then come to Pisa and enjoy the place. You can check our bed and breakfast resort []. I am proud to invite you and experience the place. THanks for giving good feedback with the city JO 🙂

  18. florie gil
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    what you’ve written somehow tells me what to expect in Pisa.. I’m planning to go there hopefully next year.. 🙂 I just want to clarify though. is there a need for me to purchase tickets just to see (or take pictures of ) the monuments in the Campo dei Miracoli even with no intention of getting in or going up? Thanks!

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