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We took an early morning train from Milan to the Pisa Centrale Station. The journey on an older model train took 5 hours because of many stops and delays. The train station and platform looked dated. Instead of lifting heavy luggage down steep stairs we...More
We were in transit between Rome and Florence and went via Pisa for a couple hours stopover to see the leaning tower of Pisa. We left our luggage in the station storage facility. We caught a bus outside the train station and went to see...More
The central station is an excellent starting point if you want to explore the city, but to get to the Campo dei Miracolli you must walk for more than half an hour from here, so it would be better solution to take the train to...More
We actually only went to the station to see if we could get a train to Florence, there are a lot of dodgy characters hanging around in fact on our way in from the airport in a taxi we witnessed a woman having her bag...More
The building of the Pisa Central Station is very beautiful. Its architecture is interesting. There is a saves volumes there. If you go to the Pisa and you get out the same day, you can leave your luggage there. They charges 5 euros (approximately) per...More
My rating is based on the fact that if your only attraction is Piazza Miracoli and the Leaning tower, do not take Pisa Centrale but choose Pisa S Rosare. The Piazza is just 10 min walk from this small yet beautiful station.
It will spare...More
The Italian railway system is superb we arrived in the station the information on arrivals and departures was easy to see and there were train staff that were very helpful.It was easy to get tickets from the machines and its best to get return tickets.Whilst...More