PisaLess visited than neighboring Florence, this beautiful Tuscan city rests on the banks of the Arno unchanged. Amazing city, full of art and history, like any self-respecting Italian city can not be reduced to its iconic Leaning Tower.

We take the time to discover it, away from the paths of tourism for years schematic discover its streets as much as the beautiful countryside that embraces villages dotted with simple and quiet charm as San Miniato, among others, always in the shadow its imposing neighboring Florence, Sienna and Pisa.

If our idea is to Pisa to spend a few days or a romantic break, the best way is of course by plane, some companies (few) fly direct to Pisa from various airports in Europe and the United States, other, the Most, stopped in the city of Rome.

The Airport "Galileo Galilei International" is the most important in Tuscany and also receives low cost flights in Europe and domestic and is 1.5 km from the center of the little town.

Getting to Pisa center or nearby is easy because many public transportation (buses and taxis) operate routes in all directions and with different destinations. It is also possible to rent a car.
A train station is in the vicinity of the terminal and the access is through an internal corridor. From this station not only serves trains bound for Pisa, also links to other Italian cities.

If our time permits, we can reach Pisa by train from anywhere in Europe with stops in cities such as Florence.

If we have time and prefer to get to Pisa with our car from somewhere in Europe must take the highway only SGC FI-PI-LI (freeway) if we are in Florence or nearby and follow signs to meet signaling " Pisa-Center ", or the A11 motorway tax and is charged exit" Pisa-North "or link to the A12 motorway that leads to the city center.

From Genoa it is best to take the A12 and head to the exit "Pisa Nord" or "Pisa Centro".
From Livorno should we take the A12 to exit "Pisa Centro", we can also choose to national roads are in very good condition and charge tolls for example: national roads SS 1 "Aurelia" or SS 206 "Emilia" . All roads are good and well signposted.

Pisa offers all types of accommodation and for all budgets. Hotels of all categories, particularly flirty boutique hotels, Bed & Breakfast, guesthouses, homes, buildings recycled to rent homes and apartments both in the city and in the suburbs and also shelters all categories.

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