Pisa Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in Pisa, Italy. The medieval cathedral was built at the back end of the 11th century, it was built to a Pisan Romanesque style. It was built to the layout of a Latin cross. Its dominant exterior is complemented by its interior that is filled with art. Its bell tower is the world-renowned Leaning Tower of Pisa. The marble building has always been a popular place for worshippers in the city.
The cathedral is situated in the city centre. It is a 5-minute walk away from ‘Pisa S. Rossore’ train station. The E5 and 21 buses both stop close to the cathedral.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors daily, 10am-8pm in the summer months (April to September) and 10am-6pm in the winter months (October to March). A small fee is charged to visitors in the summer months (2 euros).