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How to Find the Best Pisa Airport Hotels with Venere

Pisa Airport, or Galileo Galilei airport as it is officially known, is a handy hub for visitors to Tuscany. It is located very close to the center of Pisa, a five-minute taxi ride from the central station. Bus services connect the airport with the city center and with popular Tuscan destinations such as Florence, Lucca, Siena, and Viareggio. Pisa Airport hotels are a convenient option for travelers arriving on a late flight or with an early departure. Online hotel booking specialist Venere.com offers the best deals on Pisa Airport hotel rooms, regardless of your preferences or budget. Use Venere's interactive maps to locate the major tourist attractions, transport stops, and routes to the terminal.

What's Pisa Airport Like?

Located right by the coast, Pisa is the main airport in Tuscany, receiving well over 4 million passengers annually, with flights to 15 European countries offered by 18 passenger airlines. The terminal offers a variety of amenities for passengers. With the airport so close to the city, it is easy to pop into Pisa after leaving your luggage at the storage area located at the information office. Dining options in the terminal include a bakery, two pizzerias, a modern steakhouse and a self-service restaurant. There are six bars and a sandwich shop. Passengers who don't like to waste their time waiting around for a flight can take advantage of the laundry facilities, a hair stylist, and even a chapel. Pisa Airport may also be the only major transport hub in the world that has its own ballet school. Pisa Airport hotels are within easy reach of the city's attractions, including that Leaning Tower you might have heard about.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Pisa

Pisa is a popular tourist destination and English is widely understood in the city, although learning a few courteous Italian phrases will smooth your way in cafes and restaurants. Locals tend to dress stylishly, especially when dining out. Sightseers should note that wearing shorts or sleeveless tops is regarded as disrespectful when visiting churches. Bear in mind that, when climbing the Leaning Tower, you have to leave all bags at the bottom, and are permitted only a camera. In the tourist areas around the Campo deo Miracoli, be vigilant with your valuables, especially in crowds. Make use of Venere's certified guest reviews feature to help you find your perfect option from our selection of Pisa Airport Hotels. Along with our photo galleries and sample room layouts, the reviews give a detailed picture of what to expect from Pisa Airport accommodation.