Tuscany, the region of Italy, is divided into many beautiful provinces and cities. This includes the province of Pisa. The history of the province of Pisa dates back to antiquity because of the connection to the coast as the province was a strategically important location. Even today the coastal landscape is a wonderful area to linger for a while and enjoy the beauty of the countryside. Rural areas that are surrounded by farmland, vineyards and woods surround the small villages and farmsteads, which is the charm of the province of Pisa. It is spread over an area of 2444 square kilometers. Large towns and cities are lively as they are the cultural and social resources of the province with significant, historic buildings, attractive sports and recreational facilities and much more.
The capital of the province is Pisa primarily because of his leaning tower in the whole world fame. But alongside with this landmark of Pisa in the city one can find interesting buildings, mostly from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Baroque. Magnificent churches invite to visit and discover many of the art treasures. Besides, the beautiful palaces put also a viewer into astonishment. On fascinating green spaces and parks one can recover from the hectic hustle and get to know new people. In addition, culture passengers in the city of Pisa and other larger destinations can visit numerous museums, theaters and concerts.
Among the largest municipalities in the province of Pisa one can find Cascina, San Giuliano Terme, San Miniato, Pontedera, Ponsacco, `Sante Croce sull Arno, Santa Maria a Monte and Volterra. Each of them has its specialty, and many of the visitors will discover at least some gems in them. Slightly smaller communities with more rural character are Lari, Calcinaia and Vicopisano. The Arno River characterizes them and makes the landscape of the province. Thus, a visit to the province of Pisa in Italy is a diverse and unique experience for guests that they will remember for a long time.