Pisa has 2 train stations, you will proberly arrive at Pisa Centrale.
If you are just stopping off for a few hours whilst you are travelling through Pisa there is a baggage store facility at Pisa... more
...the bus can get you here/there in a little over an hour (depending on traffic) and for a reasonable price. These two services (see web link below) operate between the Pisa airport and Santa Maria... more
Pisa is a very small town rather than a city and is an easy walk through for those who are up to it. The main tourist attraction Piazza del Duomo or the Cathedral Square where the Leaning Tower is... more
The official map of the ZTLs (zone di traffico limitato, or restricted traffic zones) in Pisa can be found at https://secure.comune.pisa.it/tzi/info.jsp .
In case you feel the map is useless, please... more
Easyjet and Ryanair are amongst the European budget carriers who fly into Pisa. It's a useful starting point for an exploration of Tuscany.
www.skyscanner.net will give you carriers and, often,... more
Pisa was the last place I've visited during my mini Toscana tour. I had ten lovely days, starting at Ferrara (which is not part of Toscana), moving from place to place and spending no more then two......
I have been lucky enough to visit Pisa 5 times so far since 1999, and have no doubt I will be back again one day!
Pisa is like a mini version of Florence, with its amazing architecture, pretty river,...