Pisa
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Our most recommended Pisa Outdoor Sports

  • Lucca: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

    1. Lucca: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

    Pickup your Vespa or scooter from the meeting point, get kitted out with the necessary gear, then hit the road where your adventure begins. Spend the day exploring Lucca and its surroundings according to your own preferences. Visit some of the region’s most famous and historic villas, stop at the impressive Devil’s Bridge in Borgo a Mozzano, pass by the sprawling vineyards and olive groves in Montecarlo, or see the thermal baths in Bagni di Lucca. By the end of the day, you’ll have seen the very best that the area has to offer, and experienced a thrilling ride.

  • Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

    2. Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

    Pisa, famous for its Leaning Tower, is a picturesque town in the heart of Tuscany. Whilst a visit to the Tower and the stunning Piazza dei Miracoli is a must, there is much more to discover in this vibrant, university town. Discover the city at your own pace with a bike and app to guide you. In addition to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, explore narrow streets discovering churches and historical buildings. See Giardino di Scotto, with its well-preserved old quarter. Ride along Pisa´s medieval walls by the adjacent cycling path, with views of gates, towers, and ramparts. Take a leisurely trip along the banks of the River Arno as you discover more of Pisa by bike.

    Great way to export the city. 3 hours gave us enough time to eat and stop at all of the sites.

  • Pisa: Bike to the Sea on a Self-Guided Tour

    3. Pisa: Bike to the Sea on a Self-Guided Tour

    Ride from Pisa to the sea, passing the Church of San Piero a Grado, and the old harbor of the town. Continue the ride along the river until Marina di Pisa, a magnificent coastline and harbour. Experience countryside roads and sea by bike! Follow the cycling path in the cost until Tirrenia were you can enjoy some good ice-cream. Then bike your way back to Pisa along the Navicelli channel, where you have the chance to see different birds and flowers.

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What people are saying about Pisa

Pisa has plenty of fun (photo) spots, and this bike tour takes you past a number. Everything is passable, the app with routing and information works very precisely, and the employees were very enthusiastic and helpful. You could possibly read your earbuds to better understand the app, there is a narrated story per spot. But you can also read this story. We cycled slowly and were back in 1.5 hours. Stopped fifteen minutes along the way to eat delicious ice cream.

It was a very positive experience that allowed us to visit the city in a really pleasant way. The owner's advice was really useful to taste some typical dishes and spend an afternoon immersed in the city, appreciating the main places of interest.

A Wonderful Cycling Tour

This was our first self guided tour and was much easier than we expected. The app was accurate with guidance and informative. It was good to be able to make small changes as we went along. Highly recommended.

It was a lot of fun, but I would not do the tour with children up to 12 years because it goes through traffic and sometimes upside down through one-way streets.

Great way to export the city. 3 hours gave us enough time to eat and stop at all of the sites.