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Piazza del Duomo, Pistoia

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  • The review title says it all, the visitor who arrives in Piazza del Duomo has a chance to admire one of the most beautiful squares in Italy whose views and angles are among the most suggestive areas of Tuscany. Opposite the baptistery of San Giovanni in the 14th-century Court and the Cathedral of San Zeno in the 10th century. Beside the Cathedral is the Museo del Palazzo dei Vescovi whose vaults are decorated with an interesting archaeological route. You can also admire the Pretorio Palace and the Tower of Catilina.
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  • The bells ringing out every day over the piazza will forever remain in our memory. Market days in Pistoia (Wed & Sat) are a great way to experience Tuscan culture. 
  • I came to Pistoia for proper classical music and I took the opportunity to visit the city. Through the tourist office and for the modest cost of € 8.00 a very nice guide drove us to visit throughout the city centre. Two hours that flew ... So I'd recommend you come you will love it!
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  • Wow! What an experience, completely worth ever bit of time, money and energy. Save a little extra money for tickets to the top. Also, if you look closely to the outside of the building you can see the smaller details ; )
  • lots if famous stuff in one place. Very nice. Really lots of people
  • Wide open spaces. Able to get away from the crowd and soak in the history and architecture.
  • Piazza del Duomo’s exterior is so ornate. I could stay there all day and just stare at the beautiful cathedral described as a mixture of Byzantine and Renaissance art. It is surrounded by structures that are as beautiful like the Pisa Tower and the Pisa Baptistery.
  • Very busy when we went. People taking photos from all angles. Security is very high with armed guards wondering the grounds. The tower itself has a consistently large queue and you must leave your bags before ascending. There are a lot of places to go into and learn about but you have to pay.