Pisa airport Galileo GalileiPisa airport Galileo Galilei is a train station located in Pisa. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
Station / Airport guidePisa airport Galileo Galilei is the only Italian airport with a rail connection. Direct railway lines connect every day Pisa Airport to Pisa Central Station and to Florence. The railway terminal is located just outside the departures hall. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
Transportation and connections
Pisa Airport (called Galileo Galilei Airport) is located just about half a mile away from Pisa Central Station in the city center. As of September 2016, the new, fast automatic PisaMover links Pisa Airport to Pisa Central Station in just about 5 minutes every day, from 6 a.m. to midnight.
At Pisa Central Station, the PisaMover stop is located close to platform 14, from which travelers can easily reach the other train platforms and the station’s main entrance.
Before the PisaMover, Pisa Airport was connected to Pisa Central Station by a bus service departing every 10 minutes, with a journey time of about 8 minutes.
Trenitalia and Italo operate high-speed trains from Pisa Central Station to major Italian cities like Rome (about 2.5 hours), Milan (about 4 hours), Genoa (about 1.5 hours), and Florence (about 1 hour).
An excellent bus network provides an easy access from/to Pisa Airport and popular Tuscan cities such as Florence, Siena, Viareggio, and Livorno.
The taxi stands are located in front of the air terminal exit, arrivals side.
The Car Rentals area is directly connected to the airport by a shuttle bus service, which is located just outside the airport arrivals area.