Top 10 Things to do in Cascina, Italy

February 18, 2018 Timmy Ribble

Cascina (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkaʃʃina]) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Pisa in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 60 kilometres (37 mi) west of Florence and about 13 kilometres (8 mi) southeast of Pisa.
Restaurants in Cascina

1. Rocca di Vicopisano (del Brunelleschi)

Vicopisano, Italy +39 050 796581
Excellent
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4.5 based on 135 reviews

Rocca di Vicopisano (del Brunelleschi)

Reviewed By LetterioZ - Fair Lawn, New Jersey

Giovanni, a college professor , is the very knowledgeable & gracious guide for this tour which is only held on weekends. We had people from several countries on our tour, and he repeated the information in both English, and Italian so everyone could understand. The history of the tower is fascinating, and the views are beautiful!

2. Museo Nazionale della Certosa Monumentale di Calci

Via Roma 79 | Località Calci, 56011, Calci, Italy +39 050 938430
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4.5 based on 356 reviews

Museo Nazionale della Certosa Monumentale di Calci

Reviewed By Fiona B

We visited here with young children and older grandparents. Used to b a monastery, very interesting facade now home to a small aquarium and dinosaur exhibition. Personally found the aquarium section a little disappointing, I've seen more Koi carp at my local garden centre. But overall there is Lots to see. Lots of archeological items too. We could certainly have stayed longer but had time constraints on this visit. Wonderful big gift shop with extremely good informative/educational books about nature and the environment for children.

3. Piaggio Museum

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio 7, 56025, Pontedera, Italy +39 0587 27171
Excellent
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4.5 based on 595 reviews

Piaggio Museum

The Piaggio Museum is open also the second and the fourth sunday of the month from 10:00 to 18:00.

Reviewed By Veysel K

This is really very nice museum, many things ( related to the motorcycle culture) to see and observe. Quite opposite The first impression the city gives when you get off the train. You can come here from Pisa in 15 min. by train and visit the museum, and after that go to the main street of the city to sit in some pizza place. Pleasant.

4. Pieve dei Santi Ippolito e Cassiano

Piazza San Casciano 1, 56021, Cascina, Italy +39 050 740703
Excellent
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4 based on 19 reviews

Pieve dei Santi Ippolito e Cassiano

Reviewed By Vladimirto - Milan, Italy

Interessante chiesa in zona Cascina , tenuta in ottime condizioni con marmi chiari.
Purtroppo la brutta giornata non mi ha permesso di visitarla completamente.
Ci tornerò

5. Torre di Pisa

Piazza del Duomo | Piazza dei Miracoli, 56100, Pisa, Italy +39 050 835011
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Torre di Pisa

It is called the Leaning Tower or the Tower of Pisa but actually it was never used for defending the city; it is part of the religious complex in the Duomo Square and acts as its bell tower. It played an active role in both human and divine timekeeping with its seven bells – one for each musical note – the largest of which, cast in 1655, weighs a full three and a half tonnes! It is known throughout the world for the beauty of its architecture, for its extraordinary tilt, which makes it an authentic miracle of statics, and for the fact that it stands in the universally renowned Piazza dei Miracoli, of which it is certainly the prize jewel. And this is why it is one of the 7 Wonders of the World.

Reviewed By incredible_world - UK

This is definitely the No. 1 reason why you are in Pisa! If you want to go up the tower, it is better to book the tickets in advance but the tower is more beautiful from outside than inside.
I loved how the whole square with the leaning tower, the church, basilica and the cemetery are open to public at all hours.. you can visit the tower anytime! Early mornings and late nights make for great photos with no or few people around.
During the day, it is interesting to see everyone trying to get their own picture of having the tower on their tips or balancing it! :-)

6. Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio

Via Roma 79, 56011, Calci, Italy +39 050 22970
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4.5 based on 248 reviews

Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio

Reviewed By Naturalchoice - Viareggio, Italy

Yes, visiting this museum you get that feeling of no-upgrades for long, long time.
Some sections look like old 19th Century collections with wooden reliquaries and type-writer labels under the specimens. And... we loved it!
All together it was a great experience. Some of the specimens are breath taking to be honest. The building itself, the Certosa would be worth visiting. Not to mention the biggest surprise, the best experience we had in Calci, right at the end of our visit:
The whales room.
It is simply incredible, with full skeleton of several whales (both toothed whales and baleen whales) and the full windows around it making the view spectacular.
All together, a really enjoyable experience

7. Badia di San Savino

Via Tosco-Romagnola | Localita' Montione, Cascina, Italy
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4.5 based on 12 reviews

Badia di San Savino

Reviewed By aldo ursea i - Agliana, Italy

La Badia di San Savino si trova nel Comune di Cascina, Provincia di Pisa, vicino alla riva sinistra dell’Arno. Faceva parte di un grande complesso monastico, il Monastero di San Savino, ora trasformato quasi completamente in abitazioni private. Ancora oggi, passando sotto un’arcata e percorrendo un'ampia scalinata, s’accede al sagrato della chiesa, che fu costruita in stile romanico, con l'interno a croce latina. La torre campanaria e' stata ricostruita dopo che fu abbattuta dai tedeschi nel 1944.

8. Pieve di Santa Maria

Via Moricotti 2, 56010 Vicopisano, Italy +39 050 799155
Excellent
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Pieve di Santa Maria

Reviewed By Maria0663 - Radlett, United Kingdom

Beautiful Church with some great historical artefacts, definitely worth a visit to this church both inside and out. It could do with updating the information so everyone can read all about the history

9. Piazza dei Miracoli

Piazza del Duomo, 56126, Pisa, Italy +39 050 835011
Excellent
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Piazza dei Miracoli

Miracoli! Gabriele D’Annunzio effectively condenses the wonder and admiration that catch whoever visits the Duomo Square of Pisa.

Reviewed By AndrissaFerreira - Alberton, South Africa

It is recommended in my view that you take enough time to experience and revel in all the stunning buildings of Piazza dei Miracoli. Beautifully set on green lawns with lovely decoration and architectural beauty, here is a lot to see and experience. The leaning tower always seems to be the most frequented, however the Battistero and Duomo are also must see attractions.
All generated ticket sales help in the preservation of this ancient site.

10. Eco-Rent Bike and Scooter Rental

Via Tosco Romagnola 1321, 56023, Cascina, Italy +39 348 871 6221
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5 based on 5 reviews

Eco-Rent Bike and Scooter Rental

Bike and scooter rental, guided bike tour, self-guided bike tour, self-guided vespa tour

Reviewed By rbg3 - New York

Fantastic bikes and Daniele was so accommodating and scrambled to help us make our trip. We biked from Florence down through Montepulciano and Montalcino back up to Siena over a week without any problems. This was hands down the best way to see Tuscany.

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