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please can some one tell me if I can get a train from pisa to florence and if it is worth spending part of my time in Pisa then staying in Florence or should I just stay in one place and take a daytrip to the other?????

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1. Re: distances

Base yourself in Florence, from where you can visit by train Pisa and Lucca, by bus Siena and San Gimignano.

Trains www.trenitalia.com Click on the UK flag for train times and fares, validate your train ticket before travel

Buses www.trainspa.it/train04/extraurbano/pdf

Bus Pisa airport to Florence www.terravision.eu

www.discovertuscany.com

www.aboutpisa.info

www.lucca.ca

Accommodation www.venere.com www.bed-and-breakfast-in-italy.com

Edited: 06 September 2013, 00:14
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2. Re: distances

Yes, frequent trains from Pisa to Florence. I would base in Florence the whole time, it has much more to offer than Pisa. The highlights of Pisa can be seen in half a day, so if you are flying in or out of Pisa at a reasonable time then you can check your bags in at the luggage facility at Pisa Centrale and do a bit of sightseeing and then go on to Florence or the airport.

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