Who ever has not heard of the famous Torre di Pisa, please raise your hand! Or else, Piazza dei Miracoli, the Cathedral and the Battistero di San Giovanni? Well, these are the places where all the international tourists are drawn to. But is there more? I can assure you: there is. After 10min walk you could pass by Piazza dei Cavalieri, the square that hosts the Palazzo della Carovana, the seat of the Normale di Pisa University, and the Torre della Muda, the tower quoted in Dante’s Divine Comedy. Piazza delle Vettovaglie, Borgo Stretto, Borgo Largo at night will offer you a real example of student nightlife, as well as the bars scattered in the nearby streets. In the evening, it is highly recommended to walk along the Lungarno, the path built along the river bank: I would personally not miss it! At last, the most important task: find a good restaurant that appeals you. Pisa is definitely a city for tasty food.