Direct flights to Pisa
If you are headed to Pisa for a vacation you can find everything from beautiful buildings to museums and great cuisine. Learn more here and find all direct flights.
Pisa International Airport is a medium sized airport in Italy. In total there are 74 airports with direct flights to Pisa from Italy and 25 other countries. The airport is a focus city (Operating base.) for Ryanair. You can easily reach Pisa with daily non-stop flights from airline hub Tirana with Air Albania. In Italy, the airport is called Aeroporto di Pisa-San Giusto.
Non-stop routes to PSA:
Pisa is home to one of Italy's most famous attractions, the Leaning Tower, yet it is also celebrated for its outstanding university, proud maritime heritage, and its status as the birthplace of Galileo Galilei, the world's greatest astronomer. Other notable sites are the strikingly beautiful square Campo dei Miracoli;the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo.
With its many beautiful churches, palaces, museums and art galleries to visit, Pisa also offers fantastic cuisine with some superb cafes and restaurants and some of the most interesting shopping in Italy.
Find a direct flight to Pisa
The airport in Pisa is well connected to the rest of Europe, and finding a direct flight is normally pretty easy. In the list below you find some of the most frequent routes to Pisa – by following the links you can access all flight options from each city.
Popular direct connections to Pisa
- Direct flights from Tirana (TIA) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from London (STN) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from Frankfurt (FRA) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from Brussels (CRL) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from Eindhoven (EIN) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from Paris (ORY) to Pisa (PSA)
- Direct flights from Bucharest (OTP) to Pisa (PSA)
Don’t miss this in Pisa
Head straight to Pisa’s Campo dei Miracoli, a large green area where you will find the city’s marble cathedral, the famous leaning tower and the beautiful Baptistery. First constructed in 1174 the Leaning Tower of Pisa is the cathedral’s bell Tower and gained its name from its tilt as a result of the sandy soil underneath.
The enormous cathedral itself has a number of highlights including the Pisano pulpit, 16th century bronze doors and a highly decorated dome. Next to the cathedral, you can’t miss the stunning Romanesque style Baptistery, the largest in Italy.
Dip further into these Romanesque church buildings with a visit to the Cathedral Works Museum where you’ll find a fine collection of sculptures, paintings and decorations.
You won’t be disappointed either with a visit to the Nation Museum of Saint Matthew with its collection of 14th and 15th century Pisan sculptures. Make the most of Pisa’s social and cultural scene with a stroll around the Piazzo Garibaldi and the Borgo Stretto areas, packed full of cafes and interesting shops.
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Pisa climate – what to expect
Pisa has a mild Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and cool, wet winters. Winter temperatures range from 50F to 59F, while summer temperatures range between 77F and 86F. Humidity can be high. The best time to visit Pisa is in May, September and October.