WHO WE ARE
Relais Pacinotti was born from the careful restoration of an ancient building
located in the heart of the historical centre of the city.
It is near Via S.Maria, an elegant and historical street that connects Piazza dei Miracoli, with its famous Leaning Tower, to the Lungarni, promenades along the Arno river.
The building was bought by Pietro Pacinotti, brother of the famous scientist
Antonio Pacinotti, the inventor of the dynamo,
and it was taken over by the current owners through
his daughter Caterina.
The idea of the managers is to combine modern comfort with old atmospheres.
Mini-kitchen fully equipped to make breakfast and light meals (service available on request with a daily surcharge)
Free WiFi in all apartments and public areas
Accessories for children such as baby cot, high chair and changing table are available on request.
In summer as well as in winter you can enjoy The Garden and the Orangerie for your relaxing moments
Each apartment has individually-controlled air conditioning and heating and mosquito nets.
Free luggage storage on the day of check-out
Free access for your pet
Parking ticket sale to enter the ZTL area
The access to the apartments is possible by dialing a code on an external alphanumeric keybord at the entrance
tramonto alla Cittadella-Pisa
dettaglio della torre della fame
Pisa is an Ancient Maritime Republic, it is known worldwide for its “Tower” and Piazza dei Miracoli but there are many other reasons to explore this wonderful city. The buildings of Via S Maria, the Botanical Garden, the Lungarni, Piazza dei Cavalieri with the beautiful building of the “scuola Normale Superiore”, Borgo, Piazza Vettovaglie, the little Gothic jewel of Santa Maria della Spina, Piazza Martiri della Libertà with the church of Santa Caterina and the Scuola Sant'Anna.
Palazzo Blu hosts temporary and permanent exhibitions of great importance.
Museum of San Matteo, Royal Palace Museum
Museum of Ancient Roman Ships, Route of the medieval walls.
Calci (12km from Pisa): museum of Natural History near the Certosa.
In June Pisa is unique. Historical re-enactments with traditional costumes, concerts, and cultural events.
The Luminaria of San Ranieri, on the night of June 16th is a magnificent event to celebrate the Patron Saint of the city. More than 70,000 candles enlighten the lungarni and its buildings and create an atmosphere that makes the night amazing.
Tour of Tuscany
Thanks to the excellent network of roads and rail links, Pisa is a great starting point for cultural daily trips around Tuscany and its important towns: Firenze, Chianti and Val D'Orcia, Lucca, Pistoia, Livorno, the Etruscan coast, Volterra, San Gimignano and many other artistic treasures.
Sea & beach
A few kilometers from Pisa you find the small towns of Marina di Pisa and Tirrenia, 25 minutes by bus and you can reach the beaches and the amusements of Versilia by train.
For nature lovers: Marina di Vecchiano, about 15 kilometers from Pisa.
On the coast you find the wide Park of Migliarino / San Rossore / Massaciuccoli:
pine woods, dunes, natural beaches, lakes and wetlands but also bird watching, day trips and archaeological sites.
L'accueil est fait avec amour et la patronne est au petits soins pour ses hôtes. L'emplacement est idéal, au milieu de tout et tout est joignable à pied facilement.