From the Autostrada A11 Firenze-Mare (motorway), leave at the Pisa Nord exit, then take the SS Aurelia trunk road in the direction Sud (South) until you reach Pisa (around 6km), or alternatively, take trunk road Strada di Grande Communicazione Firenze-Pisa-Livorno (SGC FI-PI-LI) leaving at the Pisa Centro exit.
From Rome and From Bologna:
Take the Autostrada A1 (motorway) to Firenze (Florence), then take the Autostrada A11 (motorway), leaving at the Pisa Nord exit. From Rome you can also take the A12 motorway to Civitavecchia, then continue on the SS1 Aurelia trunk road, then at Rosignano take the A12 at Rosignano and exit at Pisa Centro.
Autostrada A12 Genova-Rosignano (motorway), take Pisa Nord exit or Pisa Centro exit.
Pisa Centrale railway station,
Piazza della stazione 11/A Call Center 89 20 21
Pisa Centrale railway station
Pisa Centrale railway station is just steps away from the city centre. There are direct connections with Turin, Milan, Florence, Lucca and Rome. From Venice, Siena and Bologna you need to take the railway line that passes through Florence.
Galileo Galilei Airport,
Tel. 050 849111 – Fax 050 849216 – firstname.lastname@example.org –
Galileo Galilei Airport
Pisa Airport is about 1 km from Pisa Centrale Station. From Pisa Central station you can reach all the destinations of the Italian railway network.
Starting from March 18, 2017, less than 40 meters from the Passenger Terminal of Pisa Airport, the new fully automatic and fast connection People Mover, which connects the Airport directly to the Central Station of Pisa every 5 to 8 minutes, is operational every day from 6:00 am to midnight.
Toscana Trasporti Nord (CTT)
The Compagnia Toscana Trasporti Nord (CTT) transportation company runs the city’s urban and suburban link and enables travellers to get to Pisa from the main towns and cities in Tuscany.