- Address: Piazza XX Settembre, 56125 Pisa PI, Italy
- Phone: +39-3285771663
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Palace, Family And Kids
Popularly referred to as the town hall of Pisa, Gambacorti Palace is an ancient structure located in the heart of the city. It is believed to be built in the fourteenth century by Tommaso Pisano and belonged to the wealthy Gambacorti family. The north facade of this structure has remained untouched since it was constructed, and provides a glimpse into the 14th century world of Pisa. The courtyard within the palace is decorated with inscriptions and contains ancient columns. If you’re a history aficionado visiting Pisa, you must certainly not miss this place.
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0.47% of people who visit Pisa include Gambacorti Palace in their plan
28.57% of people start their Gambacorti Palace visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gambacorti Palace
90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gambacorti Palace
Just watched a concert Rondó on the balleari room and I can tell that it surely leaved me a mark. It's simply astonishing! Can't say much about the rest of the palace, it seemed to be in repair this night, but is overall a nice place.
It's a very useful place
Must seen place in Siena :)