Flights to Pisa (IT)

The leaning tower of Pisa is one of the most recognizable sites in the world and has made the city one of the most visited areas in Italy. Galileo Galilei Airport, located in Pisa, is rapidly growing and offers extensive connections throughout Europe and seasonal service from New York. Although the city was made famous by its celebrated leaning tower, the cathedral of Pisa is also a fantastic site to behold. The university located in town is actually one of the best known academic institutes in Italy and as many as 60,000 of the city's 90,000 residents are students. This youthful population gives the town a vibrant, diverse feel and there is always something to do in the evenings. Finally a trip to Pisa isn't complete without sampling the local cuisine and there are a wealth of restaurants and cafes in the city offering a wide selection of foods. Come to see the famous leaning tower, but stay to truly experience one of the most vibrant cities in Italy!

For a holiday full of history, culture and fabulous scenery, there is no better destination in the world than celebrated Italy! Italy is the famous boot-shaped peninsula located in southern Europe and is home to famous metropolitan areas such as Rome, Milan and Florence. It has a wealth of historical sites left behind from the ancient Roman civilisations and countless museums illustrating the country's rich cultural past. For those looking to explore Italy's landscape the Alps in the north are one of the most storied mountain ranges in the world and boast world class skiing, climbing and hiking.
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Places of interest

  • Orto botanico di Pisa
  • Knight's Square
  • Baptistry of St. John
  • The Duomo
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

More info about your Pisa city trip

  • Pisa Tourist Information
  • Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 14
  • 56125 Pisa
  • Tel. (+39) 050 42 29 1

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1. London-Pisa
18/12 - 04/01/2017 London-Pisa Ryanair
2. Bristol-Pisa
17/11 - 20/11/2016 Bristol-Pisa Multiple Carriers
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3. Edinburgh-Pisa
18/12 - 16/01/2017 Edinburgh-Pisa Multiple Carriers
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4. Manchester-Pisa
24/08 - 05/09/2017 Manchester-Pisa Lufthansa
5. Leeds-Pisa
19/11 - 01/01/2017 Leeds-Pisa Multiple Carriers
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6. Leicestershire-Pisa
17/11 - 26/11/2016 Leicestershire-Pisa Multiple Carriers
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7. Aberdeen-Pisa
25/11 - 04/12/2016 Aberdeen-Pisa Multiple Carriers
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Pisa can become sweltering in the summer, with average high temperatures in the mid twenties Celsius. It can also be quite muggy during summer. The temperatures are lower and the city less crowded during spring and autumn, making these good times to go. October is the wettest month, followed by April, September and November. Winter days are often sunny, with occasional fog, and temperatures can drop to around 3 degrees Celsius.


The two main shopping areas are Corso Italia and Borgo Stretto. Borgo Stretto has a number of fashionable boutiques featuring designer names, such as Valenti and BB Maison, while Corso Italia has cheaper brands. Via Mercanti and Via dei Rigattieri are also good places to head. Pisa has a number of interesting markets, such as the antiques and crafts fair Fiera dell’antiquariato e artigianato artistic, the clothes market on Via San Martino and food markets on Piazza delle Vettovaglie and Piazza Vittirio Emanuele II.


Traditional cuisine features typical Tuscan ingredients such as beans, game and chestnuts. Soups include minestra di fagioli bianchi di S.Michele, a delicious bean soup, or pappa al pomodoro, a thick tomato soup. Other typical dishes include bavettine sul pesce, pasta with seafood; risotto con le arselle, clam risotto; and baccalà o stoccafisso in agrodolce, sweet and sour salt cod. Pisa has plenty of inexpensive pizzerias, such as La Spigolatrice and L'Antico Vicoletto, while top restaurants such as Al Ristoro dei Vecchi Macelli offer traditional cuisine in elegant surroundings.


Much of the city’s nightlife revolves around its student population, and around the University of Pisa are plenty of cool bars. Historic Piazza Garibaldi and surrounding streets are good places to head for reasonably priced drinks, with the Lungarni district also popular. Along the River, Arno bars with outdoor seating areas give the area a lively ambience, while Borgo Stretto and Piazza Cairoli are home to more upmarket establishments. The nightlife can wind down earlier than in many Italian cities.

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