The train tickets to Venice were sold out when we arrived at the Rome Termini Station so we decided to visit Pisa instead. After three hours and two train rides (Rome Termini - Firenze Santa Maria Novella - Pisa Centrale) worth 50 Euros (approximately 3100 Php one way) we finally arrived in Pisa. It was a thirty minute walk from the train station to the Piazza dei Miracoli.
From the train station, we had to pass by the a busy street with many shops called Corso Italia.
At the end of Corso Italia was a bridge that led us to the Piazza Garibaldi. This was the view of the river bank from the bridge.
Upon reaching Piazza Garibaldi, we saw the monument of Giuseppe Garibaldi, the military hero who unified Italy. Next to the piazza was Borgo Stretto, a pedestrian with shops and cafes worth visiting.
Towards the end of Borgo Stretto, we could already see the view of the Duomo and the Torre Pendente di Pisa.
Finally, we reached the Piazza dei Miraculo.
This was the view of the Torre di Pendente Pisa from the side.
Behind the church and the tower was the Battistero di Pisa.
We did not stay long because we had to catch the train ride back to Rome. It was indeed a short but fruitful visit.