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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

The tour was very very amazing. The tour guide was very fun. Very funny too. I forgot her name. It was an amazing experiance to climb the tower of pisa.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

this was so worth it. Great way to escape the crowds and get into the countryside. But you better be in good shape!


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Tour is was the best! Very funny guy, who make this tour so wonderful.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Kerrie was amazing and had very good knowledge of the places. During the visit, we stop quite a few places and get chance to take photos. that one was the best sightseeing ever visited.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Hui Min

My second tour with dotravel and it was great. Despite the fact that it was drizzling the whole day, our guide was fantastic and tried to accommodate everybody and find some alternatives. It was actually one of my favorite tours with Dotravel!


★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 4-Excellent
Best walking tour

I travel to Italy with my big family so we took the complete private tour. As we want to visit as my palaces so we took this Pisa half day tour from florence. The guide was a very interesting person and had very good knowledge.



Picking the center of Florence as your nest from which you branch out and visit the rest of Tuscany is probably one the best ways to explore the region. The city lends itself to organizing day trips throughout Tuscany. From there, no place is too far and multiple options for transport and activities are at your feet. If you are up for exploring the sights, Florence to Pisa tour should be on the top your list. To snap the most iconic picture in the whole of Italy, set out for a lovely day trip from Florence to Pisa. Indeed, the famed Leaning Tower is spectacular, even more so in person than in the pictures. The arched tower doesn’t fail to impress. What’s even better, it’s possible to climb up and soak in the view of Pisa. 

However, if you intend on going up, make sure that you pick a Pisa half-day trip from Florence including skip-the-line leaning Tower of Pisa ticket; otherwise, you are risking standing in the queue or missing the experience. 

While the tower tends to steal most of the visitors’ attention, there is much more to the city than the leaning wonder. This prosperous medieval city boasts an incredible Cathedral from the 11th century. Moreover, there is an imposing Baptistery as well as beautiful, quaint places scattered throughout. Naturally, stopping at a local store or restaurant for a wine tasting or an authentic lunch is also worthy of your attention.

Truth be told, Florence to Pisa day trip is the most accessible adventure you can come across in the vast offering of activities to do outside the city. You can easily reach Pisa by train from Santa Maria Novella station from which connections leave every 15 - 30 minutes. Pisa Centrale train station sits close to the city center. So, once you arrive, you can either walk or take advantage of the public transport. It's not particularly complicated, nonetheless, not understanding Italian may be a problem for some. Hence, for those in search of the most hassle-free experience, sign up for a guided Florence to Pisa tour. It provides you with the experience without the organizational stress. 

There is plenty to choose from! You will be able to find both morning and afternoon tour from Florence to Pisa. Scroll through the offer of day trips and combos on the page to find the perfect fit!

How to Get from Florence to Pisa by:

  • Car

The drive from Florence to Pisa clocks in at just under 1 hour and a half. Navigate onto the SCG-Firenze-Pisa-Livorno before taking the exit for Pisa Nord Est. This route is toll-free.

  • Bus

Buses from Florence to Pisa terminate at Pisa’s international airport. However, this is not an inconvenience as Pisa’s international airport is very close to the city’s center. Autostradale runs the best service. It leaves from Florence’s Santa Maria Novella, tickets cost € 14, and the journey takes a 1 hour and 10 minutes.

  • Train

Unfortunately, no high-speed trains run between Florence and Pisa. But, the two cities are only 100 kilometers apart, and the regional trains that service them are still direct. Tickets start at € 8.90 and the journey time is 1 hour

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