Arriving at Pisa, the first thing is definitely worth visiting the Square of Miracles (expression coined by Gabriele d'Annunzio), with his famous Leaning Tower, whose construction dates back to before 9 August 1173.
Acclaimed now one of the 7 wonders of the world heritage of UNESCO, the Leaning Tower of Pisa ago that our city is one of the most loved around the world, even it is said that China is the 1st most important monument in the world.
In addition to the Leaning Tower Square you can see the beautiful Cathedral, a masterpiece of Romanesque Pisano started in 1064 by the architect Buscheto with the tenth of the spoils of the Pisan port of Palermo in Sicily in 1063 against the Muslims, will merge different stylistic elements, classic, Lombard-Emilian Byzantine, Islamic, and in particular, proof of the international presence of the Pisan merchants at that temp.
Continuing with the visit we find ourselves in front of the imposing Baptistery, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, which replaces an earlier Baptistery smaller where now stands the monumental cemetery, another admirable beauty behind the Piazza.
The visit can be completed with two museums (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo and Sinopias Museum) located along the road that runs along the Square of Miracles.
Trivia: Did you know that the rear of the Cathedral are some strange etchings called "The Devil's Fingers" as they seem to own the fingerprints left on the cement is still wet; tourists from around the world have tried to count them but the number... was not the same for two consecutive times.