Pisa- Day Trip
While Rome was our next stop, before we got to Rome, we took a pit stop in Pisa. The train schedule allowed us a three-hour layover to explore Pisa. As we found out, three hours isn’t really enough time to see it without being completely rushed and a bit stressed. I didn’t take into account the possibility of not being able to find a taxi. By the time we stowed our luggage and walked to and from the leaning tower, we had just enough time to take some photos, grab a quick bite, and make our train to Rome. Thankfully, we made it back to the train station with just moments to spare.
Pisa is worth the visit, but be sure to allow more than three hours. Also, if you are traveling with your luggage, be sure to book a place to stow your luggage in advance. We had to visit a few spots before we found a place with availability.