Pisa Airport (known as Galileo Galilei Airport) is Italy's gateway to Tuscany. It lies only 1km from Pisa city centre, and 80km from Florence. It has only one passenger terminal, with two floors:
You'll find more facilities and seating landside than airside, so it's worth waiting a little before going to your boarding gate.
Pisa is only 1 km from the airport, so if you don't have much luggage, walking is a realistic option.
If you're carrying a lot of bags, however, the best, and still inexpensive, way into the city centre is by taxi.
Cost: EUR 6-8 flat rate (surcharges for luggage, Sundays and public holidays)
Location: Outside arrivals
If you prefer public transport, you'll need to take the PisaMover Bus until the new train station opens in 2017. It runs every 10 minutes and the journey takes 8 minutes until Pisa Central Station. Note: your ticket is only valid for 30 minutes.
Cost: EUR 1.30 (more if you pay on the bus)
Buying tickets: Information desk inside the arrivals hall or any 'tabacchi' shop
Location: In front of the Departures Terminal (hall check in A)
Going to Florence?
Take the Terravision bus. The journey takes 70 minutes, is pretty cheap, and is much more relaxing than driving the 100 km yourself.
Cost: EUR 4.99 one-way
If you’re travelling for business, you can leave your business attire at Lavand’air laundry in Check-in Hall B. They offer a professional cleaning and tailoring service with a quick turn-around.
Opening hours: 08:45-12:45 and 15:30 to 19:30 Mon-Fri, 08:45-0:45 Sat
A day pass for the comfortable Galilei VIP Lounge can be purchased from the Airport Ticket Office. This will give you access to free Wi-Fi for four hours as well as complimentary aperitifs, coffee, and Cantucci di Prato (biscotti).
Cost: EUR 20 for a day pass
Location: Departures, first floor, after security control
Opening hours: 06:00-20:00
If you want to escape the heat of the airport you’ll have to go to one of the duty free shops. To get some food along with your cool air, head up to Pro.Du.Co. Cafè on the first floor. They tend to have better air conditioning than the rest of the airport.
The car rental terminal is located 500 meters from the terminal building and is directly connected to the airport by a shuttle bus service. The shuttle bus stop is located just outside the airport arrivals area. You can also reach the car rentals terminal on foot after 5 minutes walking only.
Need a comfortable and homely place to stay within walking distance of the airport? Look no further than Gate 52, a cozy bed and breakfast that’s perfect for an early departure or late arrival. Rooms start at EUR 61 per night.
If you are taking an overnight train or bus to Pisa, make sure that it arrives after 04:00, or book a hotel in advance. The airport closes after the arrival of the last flight and doesn’t open again until 04:00.
Need to freshen up your ‘do? Head to the Diamond Hair SPA on the first floor of the terminal for standard beauty salon services. The salon is open from Monday to Saturday, and the second and fourth Sunday of the month, from 9 am to 7:30 pm.
Scuola di Danza E. Ghezzi, one of Italy’s best ballet schools, has a dance studio in Hall Check In A of Pisa airport. If you want to pass the time doing something active, the school offers dance classes in ballet, modern, jazz, contemporary, Argentine Tango, and Flamenco. Drop in for some fun!
Flying during a meal time? Try planning ahead by eating in town before going to the airport. The airport is walking distance from the city centre and you’ll have more options and better prices in Pisa. If this isn’t possible then head to the Pizza Chef Bar on the ground floor. The food arrives quickly and it provides easy access to the boarding gates.
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