Eden Park Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via dell'Argine, 6b, Loc. Colignola, Pisa, 56017, Italy
Eden Park Resort
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Expedia.com Hotels.com Venere.com


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less and rated 14% higher than other 4 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families94
  • Couples100
  • Solo66
  • Business100

More about Pisa


Palazzo dell'Orologio in PisaPalazzo dell'Orologio in Pisa

but others lean to the leftbut others lean to the left

Santa Maria della Spina and River ArnoSanta Maria della Spina and River Arno

Duomo, Pisa - door panelDuomo, Pisa - door panel

Forum Posts

Staying at the airport?

by mertgurnil

i'll come to pisa from florence on 6th july in morning. After one day sightseeing in pisa, next day 7th july i have plane to bari at 06.25am with ryanair,and i wanna stay and sleep at the airport. is it possible?
I dont wanna stay and pay money for 3-4 hours hotel.Do u think i can make staying at the pisa airport??
I would be pleased if you answer my question.

Re: Staying at the airport?

by mertgurnil

also same thing i'll have to face with this thing in bari too...If i cant make i, what do you recommend me to do?? is pisa and bari safe at night to stay at city center or somewhere else??? what should i do??
please help me...

Re: Staying at the airport?

by johngayton

Hi! Looks like you want the site www.sleepinginairports.com

There's no mention of Bari airport on it and mixed opinions of Pisa. Check it out anyway. Take a light sleeping bag with you and you should have no problems finding somewhere to get your head down.

Happy Travels!

Re: Staying at the airport?

by cgf

here's info about Pisa, unfortunately none about Bari

Re: Staying at the airport?

by qaminari

Bari has a reputation for not being entirely safe, have you considered somewhere like this: http://www.baribackpackers.com/

Re: Staying at the airport?

by johngayton

I wouldn't worry about Bari's reputation. But a good rule of dossing is to find your own space somewhere out of the way, rather than in the city centre itself and of course in July the nights will be warm enough to sleep anywhere.

Re: Staying at the airport?

by mertgurnil

thanks a lot for all responds..
yes i have already checked sleepingairports site. but couldnt find any updated comments for pisa and poorly nothing for pisa.
I just want to ask, has anybody been experienced that before?
I heard that bari doesnt have good reputation for staying in the streets or beaches late night..It seems i have to check in 1 night at hostels in bari..
But seriously i dont wanna pay extra money to stay in pisa when i have 06.25am flight...
I am still open for suggestions&recommendations..

Re: Staying at the airport?

by leics

I have not (and would not wish to) sleep at Pisa airport.....but it is some way from the town centre (obviously) and I doubt you would encounter much, if any, hassle. There are out-of-the-way spots just outside the airport building where you could settle for the night.

It is safer, imo, to sleep 'rough' at airports than in city/town centres. The regular rough-sleepers are not usually tolerated in airport areas, so you are less likely to encounter problems. Just don't expect comfort. :-)

Travel Tips for Pisa

Follow the hiking route...

by calvin729

Follow the hiking route (actually there's only one) and visit the five villages along: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Venazza and Monterosso. The whole trip needs 3 hours and the scenery is absolutely beautiful. Although have to walk up some steep stairs, but generally the trail is flat and very comfortable. Lying on the beach, eating a cone under the warm sun....being a company of the lazy cats around and looking at the colourful houses....I had a feeling that I would love to stay in Venazza for my life!

See the Baptistry. It was...

by chrissyalex

See the Baptistry. It was built from 1152 to 1284. During this era, custom stated that a child could not enter a church until they were baptized. Therefore. many cathedrals of this time would have a separate baptistry constructed.

Where is Pisa?

by sim1

This map gives you a rough idea where Pisa is located. Click on the map, so you can see the red little dot.

Pisa is located in the region of Tuscany. Some nearby cities are:
Florence: 82 kilometres to the east
Siena: 114 kilometers to the south-east
La Spezia: 81 kilometres to the north

Just 'around the corner' from Pisa are Livorno (22 km), Viareggio (24 km), Lucca (21 km)

Rome is about 350 kilometres south of Pisa.
Milan is about 280 kilometres to the north of Pisa.

Famous people's houses in Pisa

by Jefie

Just like I did when I was in Florence, I did my best in Pisa to keep my head up in case I could spot a marker indicating when someone famous had lived in a particular house, and I managed to find two. One has to do with literature, the other with science. As we were walking along Via San Martino, we spotted a sign indicating that the English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley - the husband of Mary Shelley, the author of "Frankenstein" - lived in Pisa for a few months shortly before his death in 1822. The house where he lived has been almost entirely destroyed, but a portion of the exterior wall remains and the marker indicates that Shelley most likely wrote his famous poem "Adonaïs, an Elegy on the Death of John Keats" while he lived there.

On the other side of the Arno River, at No. 24 Via Giusti, it's possible to see the house where Galileo, the father of modern science, was born on February 15, 1564. Galileo spent about 8 years in Pisa before his family decided to move to Florence, but he eventually returned to study and then teach at the University of Pisa. His biographer, Vincenzo Viviani, claims that Galileo conducted his first experiments in gravity by dropping balls of different masses from the top of the leaning tower, and that he first got interested in pendulums by watching a bronze chandelier sway at the Cathedral of Pisa.

San Piero in Vinculis

by croisbeauty

The church of San Piero in Vinculis existing since the beginning of the 11th century. In 1072 bishop Guido founded a rectory here of San Agostino order. At the same time the cloister and the bell tower were annexed to the church. After more chagings, in a course of the centuries, in late 18th century it became parish church as priory.


Popular Hotels in Pisa

Bologna Hotel Pisa

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

Via Mazzini 57, Pisa

Show Prices

Airone Pisa Park Hotel

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Via Sant' Elena 4, Pisa

Show Prices

Hotel La Pace

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Viale Gramsci 14, Galleria B, Pisa

Show Prices

Hotel San Ranieri

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

Via Filippo Mazzei, 2, Pisa

Show Prices

View all Pisa hotels

View all Pisa hotels

Latest Pisa hotel reviews

Holiday Inn Pisa Migliarino
25 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Nov 14, 2013
Jolly Hotel Cavalieri
290 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 14, 2014
Hotel Santa Croce in Fossabanda
237 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Park Hotel California
51 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 4, 2014
Palazzo Al Borgo Di Colleoli
10 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Sep 26, 2012
Hotel La Pace
509 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Royal Victoria Hotel
462 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
Il Convento
3 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Aug 7, 2004
Hotel Roseto
34 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Nov 21, 2013
Walking Street Hostel
43 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 5, 2014
Bologna Hotel Pisa
1032 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Michele Guest House
348 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 11, 2014
Airone Pisa Park Hotel
152 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 3, 2014
Grand Hotel Continental Pisa
96 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 21, 2014
Accademia Palace Hotel
1 Review & Opinion