First Sesto Calenzano

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Via Dino Ciolli 5, Calenzano, Tuscany, 50041, Italy
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Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

How much is a taxi ride from Florence to Pisa please?

Thank yuo in advance

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by cubsur

A heck of a lot I should think as it is 100km. I would go by train!

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by Redang

I suggest to take the train

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by Beausoleil

You can find out at this web site but I would strongly suggest the train. It's cheaper and probably faster since you can set your own schedule. Here's the taxi fare web site:

Enjoy your trip.

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by Ina08

One site lists from Pisa airport to Florence for a 100 Euro, another site lists Florence-Pisa (airport) for 140 Euro and Pisa city 150 Euro.
will give you the timetables and prices from Florence to Pisa by train which will be very much lower than taxi rides.

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by leics

It is extremely simple to take the train: it stops outside the airport and, if you are lucky, you won't even have to change trains at Pisa Centrale.

for times, details and fares in English.

But if you really don't want to take the train, then you can take the Terravision airport bus to Florence:

Or you can pay a lot of money for a taxi. A random quote I just obtained from a transfer company was 130 euro; I'd expect a taxi to cost around the same (possibly more).

Re: Taxi from Florence to Pisa airport

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi, as everybody has stated the train would be a much, much cheaper option unless there is a good reason to get a cab. Trains in Italy are reliable and cheap. Ticket machines are easy to use as you can choose your language and they accept cash or cards. Don't forget to stamp your ticket in one of the yellow machines before getting on the train.

The station in Florence is a terminus so it's easy to get the right train. The journey to Pisa takes about 30 - 40 minutes. The platform for trains to the airport from Pisa is clearly marked with a plane symbol and the journey takes just a few minutes. Trains to the airport run every 20 minutes.

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by cgf

Surely cheaper First class 8,70 € Second class 5,80 €
..... and train is probably faster.
it takes 1h00m if direct or 1h15m if you have to change at Pisa Centrale
by car you can do within same time if it would be in the middle of the night.
Anyway during certain hours you can't do so fast by car and both [always quite busy] motorways between Firenze and Pisa, there are full of speed control, no taxi driver would lose his licence for a customer. :C:

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by elise_crash

As everybody else has said... the train is a MUCH better way to go! It will be a LOT cheaper, and there are regular trains between Florence and Pisa. It is a relatively short trip (about 1 hr - 1 hr 15 min). Taking the train is very easy between these two cities.

Re: Taxi from Florence to pisa airport

by vincentbuhagiarooooo


A nice day TO ALL

Travel Tips for Florence

Galleria dell'Accademia

by windoweb

If you find yourself lucky enough to be in Florence - go to see Michelangelo's David at Galleria dell'Accademia. I found Tuscany to be romantic with its fine art, angels, landscapes of vineyards and olive trees.

Visit the Uffizi Gallery....

by maxovna

Visit the Uffizi Gallery. 'Uffizi' means 'offices' - the building was meant for them. Later they turned the 3rd floor into one of the greatest art galleries in the world. When I was there some halls were closed because of the act of terrorism that took place some years before. It is not necessary to say that in numerous halls of the Gallery you'll feast your eyes with the works of great masters.


by BenFromParis

Fiesole is a small village very close from Florence. If you stay in Florence, spend some hours in this some city (around 15 000 people they say in my guide). But it really looks like a village. Take the bus n°7 from the central station (on the rigth, under ther the trees), it costs only 2 euros for a nice walk, 15mn by bus and it's only at 8km from the center of Florence.

You'll have best view of Florence and the valley.

Designer labels at good prices!

by MissThing606 about The Mall Outlet

Mall is an outlet villagee just outside Florence. All the shops are high end labels and you can get some real bargains there. The stores include:

Armani Jeans exchange
Emporio Armani
Yves Saint Laurent
Emmanuel Ungaro
Emilio Pucci
Salvatore Ferragamo
La Perla....

(... there is a Japanese desinger whose name begins with 'Y' bit it escapes me at the moment )

We had a good afternoon there, I got some Ferragamo heels for 118 euros and a YSL bag for 60 euros. My friend picked up a large Ungaro scarf for 60 euros and some Marni shoes for 60 euros. Each shop has great bargains so go with your tastes. Burberry had some good prices for watches and cufflinks, Armani looked good for shoes, as did Ferragamo. anything for 60 euros to about 500

I can´t recommend driving a car in Florence

by Bigs

NOT by car. If you are not used to drive in the Italian traffic you better keep yourself outside of Firenze.....There are so many one way streets that it´s hard to find your way... When you think you have a plan how to drive from one point to another it´s soon will be useless cause there will be a one way road in the wrong direction.....
The main station is situated right in the city center....
By foot or bus......The Italian are taking their Vespas! Best choice!


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Address: Via Dino Ciolli 5, Calenzano, Tuscany, 50041, Italy