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Pisa arrivals have a large number of transport options available to them.
There are no fewer than 11 car rental providers with offices at the Car Rentals Terminal, which is located within a 5 minutes’ walk of the passenger terminal. A convenient shuttle service transports passengers to this terminal. Among the well-known car hire operators are Avis, Auto Europa, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt - providing together with their partner companies some 1,500 vehicles for hire.
The taxi rank is just outside the terminal and Pisa Airport arrivals will find a fleet of CO.TA.PI vehicles waiting for them. The taxis are operators by a cooperative and the average fare for the 1 km journey into Pisa’s city centre ranges from EUR 5.70 to EUR 8.00 plus a EUR 2.30 excess fare that is charged on Bank Holidays and on Sundays. The taxis are metred and the driver is obliged to switch on the metre before the journey commences. Passengers should ensure that the driver does this, before setting off.
To book a taxi passengers can call the Radio Taxi Service on 050 541 600 and they will be collected 24 hours a day. Taxi stands can be found on the arrivals side of the passenger terminal exit, at Pisa’s central railway station in the city centre and at the Piazza Duomo, also in the city centre. For advance online bookings passengers should contact the taxi cooperative at http://www.cotapi.it.
From the passenger terminal Pisa arrivals have direct access via a covered walkway to the airport’s own railway station, which is just a 40 metres walk away. Train tickets can be purchased at the information office located in the arrivals hall. The actual railway terminal can be found just outside the Check-In hall. The airport train service connects passengers with the central railway station in Pisa, from where passengers have access to Florence and many other towns and cities in Tuscany as well as other parts of Italy.
Pisa Airport arrivals can also board a large number of city buses that will transport them into the city centre or further afield to cities such as Siena and Firenze, Lucca and Viareggio.
Coach transfer services to Florence for example are operated by Terravision and Autostradale with both companies providing a daily service to Florence S M Novella station. Coach tickets can be purchased at the information desk in the arrivals hall.
Coaches for Siena are operated by Train Spa and Autostradale, while city buses to Pisa are run by Compagnia Pisana Trasporti (CPT). These city centre buses leave the airport every 10 minutes.
The Red LAM line or Linea Alta Mobilita travels on the main streets, crossing the Arno River via the Ponte Solferino. It eventually stops at the Field of Miracles, which is located just a 5 minutes’ walk from the Santa Chiara Hospital, where the famous leaning Tower of Pisa can be found by simply following hordes of tourists determined to get the best photograph for friends and family at home.
The Red LAM line also stops at the central railway station, at Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, at the Riverside, where it halts 4 times until it finally reaches the Santa Chiara Hospital stop.
Arrivals at Pisa Airport will find the airport boasts excellent facilities and services for travellers - from a multitude of shops to bars, cafes and restaurants to a bank branch, several ATMs, two exchange bureaux, a health centre, a hair dresser and beauty salon, a chemist and free Internet connections to name but a few.
The airport has direct access to the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno dual carriageway, where motorists should take the Pisa Centro-Aeroporto exit to get to the city centre or travel on the Genova-Rosignano A12 motorway, also taking the Pisa Centro exit.
For more information about Pisa arrivals, please visit the official airport website at http://www.pisa-airport.com.Back to top