Pisa International Airport is about 2 km far from Pisa Centrale train station, from which you can easily get to Florence and to any other railway network destination in Tuscany and in Italy. Starting from March 18 2017, the airport and Pisa Centrale are connected by the PisaMover, the new and high-speed automated people mover service that runs every day from 6 a.m. to midnight, every 5/8 minutes.The trip from the airport to the central station (and vice versa) aboard the PisaMover takes about 5 minutes. On the airport end of the route, you will find the stop at 40 metres from the Passenger Terminal (in via Pier Giorgio Ballini, to be more precise), while the train station stop is placed in correspondence of the former platform 14 (accessible through the underground pedestrian passageways of Pisa Centrale).
You should also know that the PisaMover makes a halfway stop at the San Giusto/Aurelia station, where you’ll find two parking areas with about 1.400 spaces.
Tickets & prices
The PisaMover single ticket costs 2,70€ (from March 18 up until Sunday March 26 2017 the PisaMover will be accessible for free). Special prices are offered in combination with the parking service. Visit the official PisaMover website to learn more.
Alternative ways to reach Pisa Centrale Station from the airport (or vice versa)
Other than on foot, you could also reach Pisa’s train station from the airport via bus. Have a look at the LAM Red timetable.
Starting from December 2013 up until mid-March 2017, the connection between the airport and the train station was provided by the PisaMover shuttle bus. Since March 18 2017, the automated people mover has taken over the service.