The Scuola Normale or Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, was founded in 1810, by Napoleonic decree, as a branch of the École Normale Supérieure of Paris. Recognized as a "national university" in 1862, one year after Italian unification, and named during that period as "Normal School of the Kingdom of Italy". Superior Graduate Schools in Italy i.e. Scuola Superiore Universitaria
University of Pisa
The University of Pisa or Università di Pisa, is one of the oldest universities in Italy. It was formally founded on September 3, 1343 by an edict of Pope Clement VI, although there had been lectures on law in Pisa since the 11th century. The University has Europe's oldest academic botanical garden i.e. Orto botanico di Pisa, founded 1544.
On June 16th Pisa holds the Luminara festival, held for the patron saint's day San Ranieri. At sunset, all the lights along the Arno are dimmed and more than 10,000 candles are lit, which makes for some spectacular sights from the Ponte di Mezzo. Various activities are organized in the streets and the night ends with a big fireworks.
Another summer attraction is the Gioco del Ponte Game of Bridge, a historical manifestation held yearly on the last Sunday of June, in which the two sides of the city Tramontana and Mezzogiorno, geographically split by the Arno river participate in a historical procession, with 709 walk-ons, then challenge each other to a physical match in which their teams, each composed of 20 members, try to conquer the "Ponte di Mezzo" the main bridge in Pisa by pushing a trolley in order to force the rival team off the bridge.
For nightlife, there aren't many clubs or live music places in Pisa: the usual night in Pisa is having a dinner of pizza or a cheap kebab, having a beer in Borgo Stretto, or Piazza delle Vettovaglie or a pub in the surrounding areas, and having a walk in Piazza Garibaldi and Lungarni, where the "spallette" the low brick walls around the river are full of students.
Some alternative clubs hard rock, alternative, funky in the center are:
Italians really loves to sing. You can find many talented local singers at the Millie Bar. The fun energetic lounge is located in city center not far from Piazza Garibaldi. Every Tuesday night is Karaoke Night. Who knew the Italians have a deep passion for singing.
Millibar - via palestro, 39
Less alternative clubs are found at the seaside, about 8 km from Pisa, in Marina di Pisa and Tirrenia. For instance
Pappafico a disco with house music and the like
PIA a disco/bar on the sea
Sunset mainly a aperitiv/happy hour/chill-out location on the sea
Take a photo of yourself holding, leaning against, or "anthropologically appropriating" the leaning tower of Pisa.
Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa
The Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa or Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna is a special-statute public university located in Pisa, Italy, emerging from Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and operating in the field of applied sciences, Superior Graduate Schools in Italy i.e. Scuola Superiore Universitaria
(http://www.termedicascian...): the thermal water used at casciana terme since ancient times, has in recent years seen its applications extended to modern rehabilitation therapies, cardiovascular and respiratory treatment, in the improvement of the digestive functions and their treatment, because its natural, relaxing action enables patients to regain their functional equilibrium and the enjoyment of pleasures they had lost.
San Giuliano Terme
(http://www.bagnidipisa.co...): water with beneficial effects and calciferous magnesic sulfate water, naturally rich in vital curative elements, gush forth at the foot of mount san giuliano at the spa out of different springs and are gathered in two groups called the "east baths" 40° c temperature and the "west baths" 38° c temperature.