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Arriving By Plane

Address: Piazzale D'Ascanio, 1, 56121 Pisa PI, Italy
Phone Number: +39 050 849111
Pisa Inernational Airport (PSA) is one of two main airports in Tuscany region, along with the Florence airport. Pisa Airport is also known as Galileo Galilei. International and domestic flights operates daily in Pisa Airport. Pisa Airport is the largest airport in the region and is connected by a train from Pisa Centrale Station and Station Firenze Santa Maria Novella. There is also a direct bus link which connects Pisa Airport and the cities of Pisa and Florence.
Pisa International Airport has a bank and offers its tourists several ATMs in addition to a currency exchange machine.
The airport is close to the city center - it takes only a few minutes to reach the center by bus, train or taxi. The airport is also within easy walking distance of the center, which takes around 20 min.
You can purchase bus and train tickets from the information desk in the arrivals hall. The trains are the fastest way to get to the city but run only twice per hour. 
The bus (The Red Line or LAM Rosso towards Jacobo) has a regular service every 15 min and it takes about 15 min to get to the city. The bus runs to Piazza dei Miracoli and the central station. 

Arriving By Train

Address: Piazza della Stazione 56125 Pisa
Pisa Centrale train station is the main railway station of the city of Pisa in Italy. Pisa Centrale is located less than 400 metres from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele just south of the city centre. There are three long distance lines which are served by the station: The Pisa-Livorno-Rome line, the Pisa-Genoa line and the Pisa-Florence line.
Transportation and connections:
Local trains & subway: Coaches to Collesalvetti, Cecina, Florence and Reggio Calabria operate from the front of the station.
Buses: The bus stop is right outside the station. Bus number 1 runs to the Piazza dei Miracoli.
Taxis: There’s a taxi rank outside the station.
Airport: There is a shuttle train which links Pisa Airport Station to Pisa Central Station.

Getting Around

The public transit system in Pisa Italy consists of a network of buses, trams and trolleybuses.  For information about routes, schedules, and fares, please click here to visit the transit site.


The Compagnia Pisana Trasporti S.P.A. (CPT) manages services of public transport in the city areas of Pisa, Pontedera and Volterra and in the Province of Pisa. ​To travel by bus from Pisa's central train station to the Field of Miracles (where most attractions are located), visitors take the bus to Piazza Manin which is located just outside the Pisa City Walls.
For bus route and timetable information: Click here 
For ticket prices: Click here


Many visitors prefer to walk around Pisa to enjoy and see more of the city. Here is a link to several maps of the city:


If you are driving be aware that you can get a fine of 121Euro if you drive into a restricted traffic zone.  If you are driving into to Pisa (and this includes not just the city centre) it is best to get a map of the restricted zones before you go.
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