Pisa Tourist House

Via Emilia 43, Pisa, 56121, Italy
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How to get from Pisa airport to Viareggio

by stepashik

Hi to everybody!
the 31 of July i arrive at pisa airport at 20.45. As i saw from timetable of buses and trains there will be no ooportunity for me to get to Viareggio in this time.
So how much can cost a taxy?or maybe you can help me with other ways of getting there.

Thnaks a lot!

Re: How to get from Pisa airport to Viareggio

by Mozumbus

where are you looking at?

www.trenitalia.com is the official website. I can see various options from Pisa airport to Viareggio. No need to take taxi, take the train to Pisa Centrale and then to Viareggio, will take you less than an hour including the change...

Last train from Pisa centrale leaves at 23:04 while from Pisa airport to Pisa Centrale last train leaves at 22:20. So, quite doable, imo...

Re: How to get from Pisa airport to Viareggio

by stepashik

but i look at the same...and the last train that leaves from Pisa Aeroporto is at 21.05 while my plain arrives at 20.45 the 31 of July...i think i will not have no timeto do all in 20 minutes

Re: How to get from Pisa airport to Viareggio

by Mozumbus

you are true, the 23:04 IC train on 31st July is unfortunately missing...

I understand that the taxi would cost you around 60-80E. I suggest you to check with your hotel if they provide an airport transfer....

Travel Tips for Pisa

O hope, never fall down!!!!!!!!!

by Peruviangirlontour

I reallu loved the churches,the architecture is amazing, wonderful Well, When I saw the tower ,I really felt lucky, such an amazing building, enormous and famous that everybody wanna see, my best memory is just.been there


by Krystynn

see the LEANING TOWER OF PISA!!! Oh man, this Tower really leans.... And it was leaning even before its completion.

Anyhow, the over-200 tilted steps (can't remember the exact number though. Soorry!) to the top is closed whilst engineers work 'round the clock' to keep the Bell Tower from toppling over. So, the area around the tower is now a construction zone (or at least it was when I was there).

I think the engineers are working to stop the tower from leaning even further (not so much as to straighten it out).

Pisa's Tower: How it leans!

by BarbieGirl

Here it is the famous Leaning Tower, the campanile of the cathedral. This rises in eight stages to 180 ft and with an inclne from the vertical of about 16 ft. Begun in 1173, the belfry was only 35 ft high when a subsidence of the soil threw it out of the oerpendicular. During the 13th century building continued with an attempt to rectify the inclination. The tower as it now stands was completed about 1350. (In the recent past has been closed to the public for works for warious years, as there was the serious risk that the tower 'd have fallen down. Close by is the cathedral built in 1063-1092, one of the finest monuments of Italian Romanesque, with horizontal banding of red and white marble and elliptical dome. Facing the west front of the cathedral is the Baptistry by Dioti Salvi, begun in 1152, and with Gothic dome added in the 14th century; it contains a pulpit that was the masterpiece of Nicola Pisano. Camposanto, a cloistered burial ground dating from the 13th century and completed in the 15th, was largely ruined in the Second World War. These buildings, in which repeated arcading creates a notable and unifying feature, form one of the mosta attractive and impressive groups in Europe.

Lucifer is expelled from paradise

by globetrott

Lucifer is expelled from paradise - click on the pic for better solution. The details are really great in reality, and when you are lucky, the sun will shine on it and make your pics perfect.

Have a look of the faces of the different persons.

This door is at the backside of the Duomo, facing the Battistero.

Get out and visit the quarries...

by margaretvn

Get out and visit the quarries at Carrara, that is where Michelangelo got his marble for his wonderful sculptures. It is a steep climb up into the hills bu you can really see how white the marble is and how big the industry still is.


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