How to reach Pisa
Pisa Airport "Galileo Galilei" is the main destination in Tuscany and in central Italy (after Rome).
Served by several airlines that operate hundred of weekly flights to national and international destinations, the airport is developing as one of the busiest in Italy thanks also to numerous companies offering a low cost alternative.
The airport is just 5 minutes far from the centre of the town by bus (CPT bus line n 3 just stops outside the airport passing through the central train station on its way to the centre), train or taxi, plus regular trains from and to Florence, Lucca, Viareggio, and other cities.
For more information visit the Galileo Galilei Aiport website.
Pisa is very well connected to Florence and is on the main line Rome-La Spezia. The city also serves Viareggio, Livorno, Pistoia, and Lucca. For more information and train timetable visit the Ferrovie dello Stato website.
The main services is operated by the partnership of Lazzi-CPT operating services to Florence, Lucca, Prato, Pistoia, Massa Carrara, Volterra, Livorno and many others.
Pisa is near the intersection of two highways: A12 north-south (Sestri Levante - Livorno) and A11 east-west (Pisa - Florence). Alternatives include the ss67 to Florence, and the ss1 (Via Aurelia) which connect Rome to La Spezia.
Transport in Pisa city centre
The bus service is operated by CPT with main lines being n 3 (serving the airport to the city centre) and n 4 from the train station to the Cathedral.
The city also offers efficient car parks served then by city shuttles to the main top sights.