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From Pisa to Siena

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From Pisa to Siena

We will be staying in Florence next summer for a week and we are thinking of visiting both Pisa and Siena the same day.We would go to Pisa by train early in the morning and then we would like to see Siena in the afternoon.

I have read that there are no direct trains from Pisa to Siena and besides,the train does not take you to the old town.My question is :Are there any buses running from Pisa to Siena? Where do they leave from?Where do have to get off in Siena? Is it far from the centre too? Thanks!

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1. Re: From Pisa to Siena

go to www.trenitalia.com for actual train routes. Typically bus lines are outside train stations and you can catch one to take you wherever you want to go in town. Good Luck!

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2. Re: From Pisa to Siena

Yes you can you go from Pisa to Empoli and change for Sienna or fly to Florence adn train to Sienna

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3. Re: From Pisa to Siena

Anur,

Yes, there is a bus from the Pisa airport to Siena but it would be easier and cheaper to take the train from Pisa to Siena, changing trains at Empoli, then getting the bus or taxi for the 2kilometer to siena center.

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