How to Get to/around/from
: an excellent option to explore Pisa is in one of the canopied rickshaws for 2, 4 or 6 people, bicycle or rollerblades. Any of these means of transport can be rented at Ecovoyager
(tel. 050 56 18 39).By Plane
: Pisa’s international airport
has flights from and to the majority of main European towns ( tel. 050 84 93 00).By Bus
: to/from Volterra (duration: 2 hours, services: not more than 10 a day), to/from Livorno (duration: 45 minutes, services: every half an hour). Buses depart from Piazza Sant’Antonio.
There are services connecting the centre, the railway station and the airport (duration: 10 minutes, every 10 minutes).
: to/from Florence (duraiton: 1 ¼ hours, services. 40 a day), to/from Rome (duration: 3 1/2 hours on average, services: 20 a day), to/from Livorno (duration: 15 minutes, services: every hour), to Pistoia (duration: 1 ¼ hours, services: 5 a day), to/from Lucca (duration: 25 minutes, services: 20 a day generally).
By Car or Motorcycle
: the A11 and A12 are routes passing Pisa. The toll-free road connecting Florence, Pisa, Livorno is another option. The SS1 leads to La Spezia and Rome.
There are many car parks around the centre of Pisa. A free car park is located 2 km from the Piazza dei Miracoli. Luckily a bus connects the car park to the centre.
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