Florence vs. Pisa

I'm trying to decide between Florence or Pisa! Ideally, I'd like to do both, but it just doesn't seem feasible & after doing 2 days of tours in Naples & Rome, a third might be pushing it. I'm torn between Florence, which I've heard is amazing, but probably would warrant a return trip in the future to see & do more. Or, Pisa seems neat, but seems like it would be a half day trip. I've also looked into Lucca & Cirque, as possible alternatives to couple with Lucca & Cirque, but I'm not sure. Any recommendations?

Tags: Europe

12 Answers

Great tip, we aren't planning any excursions for Cannes or Marseilles! I'm eager to have some of our trip to be just that--happy wandering, eating, & drinking :) I think at the tail end it will be well welcomed.

Wow, the things people became famous for back in the day....CringeSurprised

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