Pisa, the
Leaning Tower.

Reserved entrance tickets & guided tours.

Pisa's famous tower has limits on entrance numbers and advance booking is strongly recommended.
“Visit went perfectly and let us miss the queues as intended.” CP, United Kingdom

“Chance of a lifetime to climb the tower. Getting these tickets allowed us to get straight in line. No waiting for tickets. No hassle. Saving precious moments when you are on vacation.” DC, Canada
“It was great to have tickets in advance. Your day can go as planned without having to miss the attraction or suffer through crowds and chaos.”

MC, United States
“The instructions and map that came with the tickets were excellent and very easy to follow. We went directly to the Tower with the ticket thus avoiding queueing at the ticket office. Thank you Tickitaly we shall definitely use you again.” MW, United Kingdom

The wonder-of-the-world that is the Leaning Tower of Pisa - Torre Pendente - is the free-standing bell tower - campanile - of Pisa's cathedral, one of the trilogy of stunning buildings in the Piazza dei Miracoli, the 'Square of Miracles', named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.

It is strongly recommended that you book in advance should you wish to ascend the Tower of Pisa ... access is strictly limited and showing up on the offchance is likely to see you having a long wait to find an opening time, if indeed it is not already fully sold-out - not uncommon at peak season. Note that it's not possible to confirm bookings that are more than 45 days in the future, but please go ahead and order your tickets and we'll place them on back-order for you, confirming them as soon as the 45 days falls due - a safe way to ensure you'll get to visit on the date and time you want.

We provide standard entrance tickets as well as a visit as part of a Pisa guided tour, with all tickets meaning you don't need to joing any long queues to buy tickets on the day; the buttons below will give greater detail on what we offer throughout the year, but it doesn't follow that they're always available ... many are seasonal, some only run on certain days of the week, so please do use our calendar above to check availability!

We have a page with visitor information should you fancy some background colour. If you happen to be based in Florence then we offer two excursions from there - a trip to visit the tower of Pisa and a day trip that takes in both Pisa and Lucca.

Opening times

The Leaning Tower is open seven days a week and the opening hours are typically:

  • January to late February, 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM
  • Late February to end March, 9.00 AM to 7.00 PM
  • April to mid June, 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM (10.00 PM around Easter)
  • Mid June to August, 8.30 AM to 10.00 PM
  • September to October, 9.00 AM to 8.00 PM
  • November to December, 9.00 AM to 7.00 PM (8.00 PM around Christmas and New Year)

For standard tickets, your visit will last approximately 30 minutes, and it IS permitted to use cameras and videocameras. Children under the age of 8 are not permitted to climb the tower.

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5 stars
CN, Canada
25th Aug 2019
Pisa tower was amazing
5 stars
EP, New Zealand
17th Aug 2019
We enjoyed our visit. We needed a slot that fitted in with hotel checkout and the train journey and the departure from pisa airport. It was tight but we managed to fit the tower in thanks to your site.
5 stars
SF, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
7th Aug 2019
Loved the fast track service
5 stars
RW, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
6th Aug 2019
Excellent trip to Pisa. The electronic ticket on my phone made things very easy. Prior to our trip my email questions we answered promptly.
5 stars
SK, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
22nd Jul 2019
Visit to the Leaning Tower was spectacular and climbing to the top was memorable. Obtaining ‘Beat the line tickets ‘ from Tickitaly to avoid queueing on the day made the event so much less stressful, especially in very high temperatures.
5 stars
PP, Mexico
15th Jul 2019
We got inside as soon as we got there, skipped everyone

The short video below gives a flavour of the tower and the amazing buildings of the 'Field of Miracles':