By air: Pisa is served by the Galileo Galilei International Airport, which is a mere 2 kilometres from the city centre. To get into the city from the airport, you can take a 10-minute bus ride or catch a relatively inexpensive cab.
By bus: The city’s main bus station is located in Piazza Sant’Antonia, with service departing regularly to cities across Italy.
By train: Pisa Centrale is the city’s main railway station. Services run from here to other major cities across the country including Florence, Rome and more.
On foot: Pisa has quite a compact city centre, with lots of the top attractions, bars and restaurants reachable on foot.
By bus: Regular bus services operate throughout Pisa. These LAM buses run on three routes: the red, blue and green lines. All three lines connect the central station with places like the Field of Miracles, the airport and more.
By taxi: Taxis can be found throughout the city centre and are a relatively cheap way to get around if you don’t feel like walking.