Visitare Pisa

Castellare di TondaAgriturismo fuori Pisa

Durante il vostro soggiorno all’agriturismo Castellare di Tonda fatto di Spa, ristorante, maneggio, relax in piscina ed altre attività vi consigliamo di andare a visitare la provincia toscana nota per la sua insolita torre pendente: Pisa.

Potete raggiungere la città pisana facilmente in un’ora in macchina percorrendo la veloce superstrada Firenze-Pisa-Livorno.

I nostri clienti ci hanno più volte confessato di essersi precipitati a Piazza dei Miracoli, dove sono stati colpiti dall’indescrivibile stranezza di una tale costruzione.
Ebbene sì, qui sembra che ci sia stato davvero un miracolo. Si fatica a credere che un gigante di 56 metri riesca a sopravvivere ad una tale pendenza dovuta al cedimento del terreno verificatosi già in fase di costruzione nel 1173.


La cosiddetta Torre di Pisa altro non è che il campanile della vicina Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta costruita nel 1063.

La piazza mostra la ricchezza e la forza di Pisa di quando era una delle più potenti Repubbliche marinare.

 
Orari di apertura:
Da marzo ad ottobre tutti i giorni dalle 09.00 alle 19.00.
Da novembre a febbraio tutti i giorni dalle 09.30 alle 17.00.
Da aprile a settembre tutti i giorni dalle 08.30 alle 20.30.
Dal 14 giugno al 15 settembre sono previste visite notturne dalle ore 20.30 alle 23.00

 
Prezzi:
Intero 15 euro

Altra tappa necessaria nella città pisana è senza dubbio il Camposanto monumentale.
Qui si conservano opere d’arte dall’epoca etrusca al secolo scorso e riposano celebri personaggi e comuni defunti.
La leggenda vuole che i crociati portassero qui la terra santa presa sul monte Golgota.

 
Orari di apertura:
Da novembre a febbraio dalle ore 10.00 alle 16.30.
Da marzo ad ottobre dalle ore 09.00 alle 18.30
Chiuso: 1 gennaio e 25 dicembre

 
Prezzi:
Intero 5 euro
Ridotto 2 euro


Imperdibile è sicuramente il Museo delle Navi Antiche che dimostra lo stretto legame tra Pisa e il mare.

Poco più di 10 anni fa durante alcuni lavori finalizzati a facilitare la viabilità ferroviaria sono emersi alla luce degli strani reperti.
Si tratta di resti di antiche imbarcazioni e di un porto conservatosi in perfette condizioni grazie alla mancanza di ossigeno e alle falde sotterranee.
A questo proposito c’è chi parla di Pisa come una sorta di Pompei in versione marittima.

Orari di apertura solo su prenotazione:
Venerdì e sabato dalle ore 10.00 alle 12.00 e dalle 14.30 alle 15.30


Oltre alle bellezze artistiche e storiche Pisa offre ai suoi visitatori indescrivibili passeggiate lungo il corso del fiume Arno e delle piacevoli serate in centro, dove sono concentrati molti pub e locali per poter ballare, bere e divertirsi fino a tarda notte.

L’agriturismo Castellare di Tonda sarà lieto di ospitarvi per coccolarvi e viziarvi come non avete mai visto!!

 

 

8 pensieri su “Visitare Pisa

    • Miranda-Venezuela did not meet the PISA standard on sohcols response rate. No data were available to undertake a non-response bias analysis. Caution should be exercised when using Miranda-Venezuela data and when interpreting the reported analyses. I still am trying to find out what went wrong there.Still, that’s better than the national government.Because the current Venezuelan government is not interested in accountability, the test could only be carried out in Miranda’s public sohcols (i.e. those managed by Capriles’ team) or private ones. That left a third of pupils unaccounted for: those ruled by Che1vez’s government. You can guess what you would get from there.The anecdotal evidence I have got from different sources, not only in Miranda but in Carabobo, is that national public sohcols tend to have a lower level than region public sohcols (not to mention private sohcols).And yet, even this study showed particularly high variance in performance in Venezuela depending on socio economic and cultural background and also on school governance.

    • 1. Looking around Paris using the metro is much chepear and easier than a tour. Most places have signs/information in English. Invest in a good guidebook before you go. There is a hop on/hop off bus which you can get a day pass for. This is a tourist bus, and also quite good for getting places. Paris is quite a walkable city too.Italy why not hire a car. The highways in Italy are really good, driving is easy, and quick. I think again, going on your own is the best option. Trains are pretty good too. Pisa is a half day visit, Venice can be done in a day, Florence and Rome can be year long visits! he he. Also try looking for Northern European tours, Eastern Europe is NOT where you have mentioned :D Contiki is pretty fun but be aware they are party tours more than culture tours (if you take the camping option, anyway).

    • There were no numbers for Amazonas’ pulips on the reference book (excellent book, by the way), even if there were other stats for it. Now: given its tiny population back then, Amazonas’ influence on the general picture of Venezuela was minimal. Barinas and other Llanos states had a large weight then and that weight has increased through higher birth rates and migration to secondary urban centres on the coast. The social problems there are transported elsewhere.I really wonder how the Llanero states would compare to Miranda if they also took part in PISA now.

    • Yes, Maragall did a good work. Capriles as well. Capriles was personally invvloed in this. The Chavez government tried to block this in many ways, like trying to prevent the use of dollars to pay for the fees. Chavez officials are very aware of the PISA test and fear it like hell.

  1. He Kepler,Congratulations on your efforts on this. The reulsts are interesting, but I am curious to know if the distribution is flatter than that of the other countries that Miranda is being compared to. I know I am not using proper terminology in this question, but I am not an expert in statistical analysis and I have forgotten the correct language from the single semester of Statistics that I took in college.I am anticipating that we will see a somewhat flatter distribution of reulsts reflecting a growing gap between the two divided segments of Venezuelan society and their respective values placed on education.

  2. What you’re looking at is Northern Europe/Scandinavia. I bacaekckpd around there for a month and had NO issues with a language barrier. It’s really no exaggeration that almost everyone there speaks english (Except maybe Russia, but I’ve never been there so I don’t know).Just a gquestion, but why are you so interested in tours? If you buy a proper guidebook you’ll find out jsut as much information and be able to do everything on your own time. Plus, it might be cheaper. I’ve travelled around Europe both with tours and without them, and I think going without is far preferable!In Paris, absolutely use Public transportation. London and Paris have the easiest, nicest, most convenient forms of public transportation I’ve ever used. It’s wonderful.I lived in Londn, so I’ve no idea wher to recommend you stay (other than you might want to make sure it’s in either zone 1 or 2, because that’s where most of the atttractions are and it’s WAAAAY cheaper to just travel within those two zones than to add on any of the other 5 or so). .Paris St. Christopher’s Inn. I’ve stayed there twice, it’s wonderful. And they do have private rooms.Venice I stayed at Ca’ Danieli, it’s a very nice (but cheap-ish) hotel just outside Venice, easily accessible by bus. I HIGHLY recommend it. the room they give you is a lot like an apartment with a kitchen, dining room, and whatnot. The owner is very very sweet, but be forwarned that she doesn’t speak English. It’s hard to not like her anyway though. :) Also, just so you know, trains in Italy are incredibly good. They are easy to use and get around with. I don’t speak Italian and I had to travel around on them by myself a lot, and I had such an easy/good time. It was great.

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