Parking/s in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II - Pisa

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The Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II square is one of the most important squares in the city of Pisa.
Here you will find the majority of the city�s public institutions, such as the Chamber of Commerce of Pisa, the post office or the city�s Regional Office.This Tuscan square is also an area frequented by many tourists, not only because of the monument to Vittorio Emanuele II that looks over the square, but also because of the famous Catholic Church of Sant�Antonio Abate on Via Riccardo Zandonai street. This building is from the late thirteenth century and has a beautiful interior with colourful, Roman-style windows. One of the church�s outer walls features the mural titled �Tuttomondo� by the modern artist Keith Haring. With this work of contemporary art, Haring sought to convey a message of peace and harmony and, as one of the last things he painted, the Tuttomondo is one of his most famous artworks. The Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II square is always full of life: local shops on weekends, tourists visiting the historic centre or locals themselves who do their business at the different public entities. The area is perfect for getting to know the real Pisa. From this square you can go to the well-known Corso Italia, a street that has the main shops and businesses in the area, perfect for enjoying an afternoon of shopping. Whatever your plan for visiting Pisa, the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II square is a must-see. Here you will find one of our Saba car parks where you can comfortably park your vehicle and set out to explore the city on foot. These public car parks have modern facilities, with Wi-Fi and a complete security service, and they are available 24 hours a day.

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If you find yourself in Pisa, you should definitely visit the National Museum of San Matteo, the Palazzo Blu Art Centre and, obviously, the Tower of Pisa. For those who love nature and long walks, the city has a large Botanical Garden that, according to statistics, is the oldest in the world. It can be difficult to find parking on the streets of Pisa. However, near the city’s tourist attractions you can find Saba public car parks, available 24 hours a day.
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