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The main street of the southern part of the city is a pedestrian way that leads from the central station to the river Arno. There are many beautiful and important buildings along the street, but it is best known for its elegant shops and fashion...More
I needed to kill four hours and was bored with the Corso after one.
There are very expensive shops for svelte people who have large budgets. If you happen to be tall, larger than a model, or with a budget - you are not their...More
This is the Main Street connecting the Railway station to the river Arno. It is traffic free (except for bicycles!) and full of happy Italians. There is a wide variety of shops from small to large and plenty of cafes. We were there in September...More
This is the place to get your souvenirs. Make sure to haggle, but even if you don’t, you won’t pay much at all. You’ll need some drinks so get them here as well as it was blistering in the summer months.
This street runs from near the railway station to the river Arno and is lined with shops, predominantly clothes shops.
Just off this street we discovered an excellent Indian restaurant called Namaste which is located along a narrow side street to the right heading towards...More
This is Pisa's central street. Despite of the omnipresent tourist crowd around the Leaning Tower, this street is surprisingly un-touristy. Walking along Corso Italia is the best way to explore the Italian city.