I travel mostly to see Buildings, amazing natural features and historical places, but my emphasis is on structures (i so architectural design for a living)
So i am considering a trip to Florence and I was wondering how difficult/time consuming a side trip to Pisa to see the most famous Architectural Blunder in history, aka the “Leaning tower” would take.
I dont need to spend time in Pisa, just pop over see the screw up and pop back to Florence.
I could even do it on the way to or from Florence but i don't think that actually works. As Milan and Rome are before and after (still working out which way, but leaning towards Rome/Florence/Milan)
I know a lot of folks say it is not worth the time but…. It is on my bucket list. So i have to get there eventually.