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train from pisa to lucca

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train from pisa to lucca

Hi,

When getting the train from Pisa Centrale to Lucca, is the train to Lucca just called Lucca? Is Lucca the final destination?

And coming back from Lucca, is the train to Pisa, called the Pisa train? Final destination, Pisa?

Thanks!

Edited: 19 May 2013, 13:22
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1. Re: train from pisa to lucca

No. Trains from Pisa to Lucca will go further west, and trains from Pisa to Lucca will go further east.

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2. Re: train from pisa to lucca

Any idea where, so I know what train to look for?

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3. Re: train from pisa to lucca

Trains from Pisa to Lucca have as their final destination both Lucca itself, both stations further away, usually along the line of the Garfagnana, like "Piazza al Serchio" or "Aulla"

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4. Re: train from pisa to lucca

Hi! You can look at the timetable here (Lucca-Pisa) https://www.lefrecce.it/B2CWeb/search.do… and here (Pisa-Lucca) https://www.lefrecce.it/B2CWeb/search.do… . Then when you are in the station you can control on the affixed timetable or on the table of leaving trains, on which there are written also the intermediate stops and the railway. However usually the speaker announce the train saying intermediate stops too (also in English).

If you want to arrive next to Piazza dei Miracoli, the best stop is Pisa San Rossore (the stop before Pisa Centrale, arriving from Lucca).

And, however, you can ask: don't worry and enjoy your trip!

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