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Pisa - Turin
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Train Pisa → Turin


Duration 3h53 - From $43

Pisa - Turin

The average travel time between Pisa and Turin is 4h00 minutes. The quickest route is 3h53 minutes. The first train leaving Pisa is at 10:47, the last at 13:03. There is an average of 2 trains a day between Pisa and Turin, leaving approximately every 2h30 minutes.
  • Departure station : Pisa centrale (Piazza della Stazione 56125 Pisa)
  • Arrival station : Torino porta nuov (Via Paolo Sacchi, 11 10125 Torino)
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Fix your slanted view of Pisa

Fix your slanted view of Pisa You've seen the pictures of tourists, who come to Pisa to have their arms "push" the Leaning Tower back into place. Once photo is taken, some climb the 294-step spiral staircase to the belfry. And then, that's it. The hoards leave having seen something from their "bucket list," and head back on the train to the rest of the Tuscany region. It's probably because it's so easy to get here. Just over an hour away from Florence, you hop out of the train station and you can be in the center of Pisa within minutes. But don't just run to the tower. There's plenty more here that will ring your bell. The city has nearly 90,000 residents – so there's "life" to Pisa, especially because of its great university and one of Italy's top schools. Since 1343, the curriculum has focused on "big" ideas : science, engineering, aerospace. Seeing that the city is also birthplace to the great astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei, this makes complete sense – even if his madcap idea about the Earth revolving around the sun did not Miracles do happen, and the world came around to the scholar's scientific discoveries (although a little late for Galileo). You too can be surrounded by a miracle – at the Piazza dei Miracoli, also known as the Piazza del Duomo. This is actually the compound next to the tippy tower and includes the Cathedral, Baptistry and the Camposanto Monumentale (monumental cemetary.) The entire square is a UNESCO heritage site, and is considered a main center for medieval art in the world. Learn more about Pisa

Lifting the shroud in Piedmont

Lifting the shroud in Piedmont Turin is the automotive capital of Italy. And although we may poo-poo the Fiat, the Turinese take pride in their sporty little wheels (The "T" in Fiat stands for Turin.) This industrial city has created more than little engines that could, and is famous for much more than a sacred cloth. Turin is also the birthplace of gianduja –mouthwatering hazelnut chocolate, of lecca lecca – the lollipop, and of Vermouth (hence, also the Martini – although this is up for debate). So why don't more people visit ? Famous architect Le Corbusier defined Turin as "the city with the most beautiful natural location in the world." Set in the Piedmont region of northwest Italy and surrounded by the magnificent Alps, this was the perfect setting for the 2006 Winter Olympics. The event helped bring Turin to the tourist forefront of Italy. But with a Eurail Italy Pass or even a Eurail France-Italy Pass (the French border is but an hour away) you can stop for a day or two and soak up the sophisticated, aristocratic atmosphere. And with Trenitalia and Italo train service, it’s never been easier. Both trains get you there in style and comfort. For many, there is one word that defines Turin – and that's "shroud." People wonder, "Medieval Forgery ? True image of Jesus of Nazareth ?" The intense debate continues. Damage caused by a fire in 1532 was painstakingly restored to this mysterious cloth in 2002. But this controversial "restoration" considerably altered the cloth's appearance. Adding to the authenticity argument, it has been announced that no further scientific examination would be permitted. Every few decades, the "original" shroud is on display. And while it's been put away now until 2025, you can still see a replica at the Museo della Sindone. The on-site museum features the history of the shroud and many photographs, some of which are life-sized and larger than life. Learn more about Turin

Timetable

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  Dep. Arr. Duration Change(s) MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
1 PISA CENTRALE
10:47
TORINO PORTA NUOVA
14:40
N°: 9764
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10:47 14:40 03:53 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 PISA CENTRALE
13:03
TORINO PORTA NUOVA
17:10
N°: 510
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13:03 17:10 04:07 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  Dep. Arr. Duration Change(s) MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
1 TORINO PORTA NUOVA
11:05
PISA CENTRALE
15:03
N°: 511
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11:05 15:03 03:58 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 TORINO PORTA NUOVA
15:20
PISA CENTRALE
19:10
N°: 9781
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15:20 19:10 03:50 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 TORINO PORTA NUOVA
21:55
PISA CENTRALE
02:16
N°: 799
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21:55 02:16 04:21 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
 

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