Flights to Pisa

How to find cheap flights to Pisa

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Pisa Airport

Cheap flights to Pisa arrive at Pisa International Airport (PSA), named after Galileo Galilei. The airport is located in Pisa, and it’s the main airport in Tuscany. If you wish to travel by train, hop on the People Mover. It’s a high-speed, fully automated service that connects the airport to Pisa Centrale railway station, from there you can travel to many destinations. Several bus services are also available. The taxi rank is located in front of the airport on the arrivals side. If you wish to travel the area by car, compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.

When to go to Pisa?

Pisa has a Mediterranean climate. Thus the summer months are the warmest and driest. The peak season is July-August when the temperatures average is 29 degrees. The best time to search cheap flights to Pisa is the shoulders of the seasons, April-June and September-October. With 21-26 degrees and little rainfall, it’s perfect for outdoor activities and avoiding big crowds. If you visit starting October until the end of the winter, expect some rain.

What to see and do in Pisa?

Book cheap flights to Pisa and land in the gateway to Tuscany where you can explore all the delights that Pisa has to offer. It is the most obvious thing to do, but you can’t leave Pisa without a visit to its biggest tourist attractions, the Leaning Tower. After you’re done taking photos of you “holding” it and post it on your social media account, you can explore the other sites that Pisa offers. Since the city center is tiny, the best way to do it is on foot.

Pisa hosts many culture and art events and has numerous shops and cafes to keep you refreshed. A visit to the Piazza dei Miracoli or Field of Miracles is a must and contains many of the city’s most important sites. There are also two beautiful spas where you can relax and bathe in their warm thermal waters.

Nights in Pisa can be quiet, but ideal for families or couples who want to stay away from the typical nightclubs and bars. Instead, a delicious pizza on a warm balmy evening or a nightcap in the local pub is the order of the day. If you visit in springtime, the Regatta della Antiche Repubbliche Marinare, or regatta of the old Maritime Republics, is held in Late May or early June. Don't miss the medieval parade along the banks of the river.

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This information is correct as of December 2017

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Pisa: Pisa.
Delta, SkyUp Airlines, KLM, transavia, Kenya Airways, Norwegian, Air Malta and germanwings all fly non-stop to Pisa.
The cheapest month to fly to Pisa is March.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.