Our family of four, 2 adults and 2 - 13 year olds, have just snapped up cheap tickets for a weekend in Pisa. We will be there from Dec 16-18 and technically on the ground for a half day and one full day. I see there is a free city tour, which we are big fans of doing and of course we will check out the tower. Can anyone recommend some other things to do? Is there a market area? Also looking for some good restaurant suggestions, not take away, but nice budget family friendly restaurants with some nice Italian food, which we all love. Since we have so little time on the ground we want to make the most of it. Thanks!
My wife and I are visiting Italy for 3 weeks in september. We are flying from Scotland to Pisa arriving late at night and staying close to airport. We then intend making a base in the region before travelling to Rome for last few days before leaving from there for flight home. Can anyone suggest best place to stay in order to visit surrounding areas. Any places to visit would be appreciated. home.
How can I send a pictures of the inside of a restaurant where we had lunch while in Pisa and see if someone can give me the name?
any idea how long this bus journey will be Pisa Airport to Florence?
Does anyone know if there's a Christmas Market in Pisa? Looking to go Dec 8th for 3/4 nights. If there is a Christmas market, where abouts is it? Also, best hotel for tourist locations?
I am staying In pisa from the 7th Ocober and am loking for live music venues and locals to give ideas of where to go and see. Look forward to your answers.
my flight from Paris is arriving at 0830 am, Im debating if Im going to get my train resservation going to Rome at 14:54 pm or 17;12 pm my first time, in Pisa and would like to see the place and take some photos ,
I want to travel from Pisa to Cinque Terre in October. What are the options for transport and how often do they go?
It is my first time to Europe.
I am heading Florence next week and will hope to have a drive down to Pisa and then down to Rome.
I tried to find the ZTL map but failed and only managed to find the ZTL at Florence.
Can anybody give me advise which road to take and park where?
Thanks, and appreciate any of you who can help me with =]
I know that luggage can be left during certain hours as stated on their website but does anyone know if it can actually be left overnight? I am traveling to Cinque Terre for two nights and would like to travel light.
Can somebody help me?
We would like to go Pisa for one day.
We will stay for few days in Rome.
What are the different kinds of transportation from Rome to Pisa?
And if possible the price and how to book it?
Thanks so much for your help.
can i walk from the airport of Pisa Italy to the cantre
I have been told to take bus no. 6 and get off at via livornese 31 bus stop. how will I know when I get there?
does anyone know approx costs from pisa airport to lido camaiore or viareggio?
Looking for some suggestions for an evening meal in Pisa for a group of 23 wine "students" (mature group ages between 40 & 80) on first night of a brief Chianti tour. We arrive about 7.00pm on a Saturday night in October and will be staying in Castellina. We will have been travelling for all afternoon from the UK by coach & plane, So one option is to eat in the Pisa area before the journey up to Castellina. All ideas welcomed
Looking for an English copy of the Vaibus schedule that goes from Pisa Airport to Lucca for Sunday June 29, 2014
We are cruising into Livorno the end of May and are excited about visiting Pisa. How might I get more information about ways to get around Pisa i.e. the little train, the fun train, the trolley, and horse-drawn carriages.
I look forward to your response!
I'll be leaving Lucca on Mon 2nd June to go to Rapallo. I notice I have 35 minutes to change train at Pisa centrale and only 12 minutes to change if I go via Viareggio which confusingly has more than one station with the same name. I'm guessing that Pisa centrale is huge. Which is the easier option? Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks.
I am planning a trip to Italy, I would love to visit venice, Rome and Pisa and hopefully alot more. Anyone out there who has any tips please? I just plan on booking a flight and doing the rest as I go.
What is the best way to get from Cruise port ot see the leaning tower of Pisa?
Is Schiaccia Nocchi still going?
I roughly know about the location of Pisa's ZTL-areas. My guide recommend parking lots at Via Cesare Battisti (near the railway station) and at Lungarno Guadalongo. I'm afraid to cross the ZTL when searching this parking lots, so do you have some advise, how to get there without crossing the ZTL? Or is there a secure way to bypass the ZTL and reaching a parking lot coming from Lucca?
Btw: I've got GPS-based route guidance system, but it does not "know" the Italian ZTLs...
Can i buy the train ticket from Pisa train station to florence on the same day of travel? if cant can i travel by bus and will i be able to by the bus ticket?
Does anyone know the name of a walled town/village/city north of Pisa that is much more interesting than Pisa. I have been to Pisa several times but someone mentioned that a taxi driver took him there on the promise that he would enjoy it much more than Pisa or the trip was free. He gladly paid.
We have 3-4 Options for this trip, but i am not sure how to start with which city.. 1-Option: Thursday Night at 22pm arrival in Pisa. Sleeping there, friday 2 hours seeing tower, going to florenz by train, seeing the florenz all day, sleeping there, in the morning going to Rome. Sa-Su-Mo 3 days in rome sleeping, seeing around. Tuesday we have to go back to Pisa to take the return plane which is at 19.40. The thing is, we have to go back through florenz central station (train change). That's why i was thinking whether to visit florenz at the end of the holiday..
PisaCentral Florenz (direct)
Florenz Rome (direct)
Rome PisaAirport (over Florenz)
2- Option: Thursday Night at 22pm arrival in Pisa. Sleeping there, friday 2 hours seeing tower, going to ROME by train, Fr-Sa-Su 3 days in rome sleeping, seeing around. Monday going to Florenz (direct train). Monday afternoon-Tuesday morning seeing florenz. Then going to Pisa airport (direct train) from florenz.Which do you think is a better route? Or can you advise something different?
PisaCentral Rome (direct)
Rome Florenz (direct)
Florenz PisaAirport (direct)
3-4. Options: Going to Pisa at Sunday Afternoon (16pm). Seeing Pisa. Going to Florenz or Rome (as the 1.and 2. Options). In totalk staying 1 day less than 1.and 2. Options. (e.g. 2 Days in Rome).
We have a connection in Pisa Centrale to Monterosso with 15 minutes in between. Are the tracks easy to find with enough time to catch the next train.
I'm coming to Pisa in about a week with a few friends. Can you please give us some suggestions of good restaurants to eat good Italian pizza and pasta and good bars with a fun or authentic ambiance? THANK YOU!!!!!
Hi everyone, I'm going to Pisa for 3 days with 2 friends in March and I was wondering if you could tell me the "must-see and must-dos" (other than the obvious) of Pisa. Good cafes, good restaurants (not expensive), sights, markets, activities etc. Your responses are much appreciated!
My friends will be in Florence for a few days and do not want to make a reservation online now due to weather uncertainty.
Is mid-September very crowded at Pisa? If one wants to climb up to the leaning tower in the afternoon, will there be enough time to make the reservation around noon at the office onsite on the same day?
I was just wondering if anyone could give me any advice as to whether sitting on a particular side of the plane when flying into Pisa is good for views (i.e. of the tower)??
I've just come back from Venice and sitting on the right of the plane gave me spectacular aerial views as I descended, which I would have missed if I had been on the other side. Just thought it was worth checking!!
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