Around Pisa Airport

Are you going to take a flight to Pisa and you wish to get more information about what to do in Pisa and its surroundings?
Have a look at this website!

Pisa Airport “Galileo Galilei” (PSA) – ph. Pier Francesco Baglivo


Here you will find a lot of ideas and suggestions about how spending at the best your time around Pisa while staying in Tuscany.

Beyond the most popular destinations such as the art cities of Pisa, Florence, Lucca and the Versilia area near the sea, there is so much to discover and enjoy right in the province of Pisa.

You can explore the countryside by bike, on horseback, by exciting quads, having nice walks among vineyards and olive groves

You can visit the many organic and non-organic farms producing the most delicious produce of the land such as wine, sausage, cheese, honey, extra virgin olive oil

You can visit workshops and factories working handcrafts such as pasta, chocolate, but also ceramics, wicker baskets, armours

You can have a stop at the small medieval villages, built on top of hills, full of history and where to see how local people truly live

You can visit natural parks and admire rare vegetation and wild animals

You can enjoy the seaside and the fascinating Etruscan coast

You can have fun at concerts and theatre

With its two 3,000-metre and 2,800-metre runways, Galileo Galilei Airport boasts the best system of runways in central Italy after Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci. For this reason, and thanks to the quality of its infrastructures, Pisa has been chosen by many intercontinental companies as an alternative airport in cases where the hub of Rome is inoperative. With its runways situated near the coast, Pisa airport is a perfect combination of safety and respect for the environment.

In recent years the Airport has seen a growing volume of freight and passenger traffic and this trend is destined to be confirmed in future. SAT is fully aware of Galileo Galilei’s role as a gateway to Tuscany, and in the new company’s Masterplan (March 2006) has already determined the Airport’s development.


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