If you're on your way to Pisa and you don't know a whole lot about it, there's no need to stress — we'll let you in on the basics!
Pisa is located 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the southeast of Genoa, a noteworthy city.
This area of Pisa is home to nearly 77,000 residents.
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Slip on your headphones and watch one of the latest in-flight films. Before you know it, you'll hit the tarmac at Galileo Galilei Airport (PSA). It's about 2 miles (3 kilometers) to the south from central Pisa.
While the popular tourist areas in Pisa can be great to see, why not make it even better and discover some completely new sights with a rental car via Travelocity?
As soon as you land, you'll be able to rent a vehicle directly from Galileo Galilei Airport. Europcar and Sixt are just a short walk from the arrivals gate. Also check out the range at Alamo Rent A Car and Ace.
Why not pick up a rental car from the heart of the city? You'll find Europcar located at Via Lungarno Sonnino 1.
Experience the unique culture of this city hub by exploring places like the Campo Santo and Cathedral of Pisa. If you're after more options, Church of Santa Maria della Spina and Pisa Baptistry are well worth seeing too.
Study the details of the creative pieces on display at National Museum of San Matteo.
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Don't pass up the opportunity to stroll around Knight's Square, a public square which has played a part in the economic, cultural and social life here.
And that's not all there is.
Renoir, the famous French painter, once stated that if you want to understand art, you have to go to a museum and look at it. Why not take his advice and make your way to Museo dell'Opera del Duomo while you're in the area?
There's nothing wrong with a run-of-the-mill getaway kicking back beside the swimming pool, but travel's all about broadening your horizons. So why don't you plunge headfirst into some amazing new adventures? (This way, you'll have tons more to boast about when you get back home!)
Getting ready for some exciting adventures while you're in Pisa? We highly recommend trying some of these things:
If you've seen the very best of Pisa already, don't fret. In fact, you've got internationally famed tourist attractions right on your doorstep! People from every corner of the globe head to Ponte Vecchio. You can access it easily from Parigi, which is 40 miles (64 kilometers) away.
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