The main city of the province is the charming city of Pisa, that, in addition to the famous Piazza del Duomo, it offers visitors a rich territory of architecture and memories of its glorious past as a Maritime Republic. The whole Field of Miracles (site of Unesco World Heritage” from 1987) is a monumental space of inestimable value and of great tourist attraction. The protagonists are the white structures of the Cathedral and the Baptistery, both in Romanesque-Pisan, and the famous Leaning Tower, the bell tower tilted most famous in the world, sym-bol of the city. To complete the artistic monuments of the square there are the Museum of Sinopia, the Monumental Cemetery and the Museo dell’Opera of Duomo with rich collection of sculptures, paintings and ancient relics. Just mi-nutes from the Tower opens instead the Renaissance Piazza dei Cavalieri, the emblem of Medici rule over the city that includes important buildings and churches, most notably the Palace of the Knights with its majestic facade. Other tourist attractions are the National Museum of San Matteo, set in the former monastery of the church and the Church of Santa Maria della Spina, a real jewel of Pisan Gothic. While, near the road of Borgo Stretto, there is the Church of San Michele in Borgo, example of the rich heritage of religious buildings in Pi-sa. In the rest of the province you can visit the Charterhouse of Pisa, situated near Calci and the beautiful Volterra, a town rich in history of ancient origins. Among its main monuments include the Cathedral, Palazzo dei Priori and the imposing Renaissance fortress. As for the sea resorts there are Marina di Pisa, with its distinctive Art Nouveau villas and Tirrenia. We also recommend a visit to the hot springs of Casciana, San Giuliano and Uliveto, sources of well-being famous since ancient times.