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Pisa Flights Guide

Pisa is a well known outpost in Tuscany, an Italian region famous in its own right. Though by no means the most famous city in Italy, Pisa is a charming town with a claim to fame all its own, namely the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a famously tilted monument. Pisa also boasts the scenic University of Pisa, dating back to the 12th century, as well as a number of beautiful churches and popular annual folklore festivals.

In Tuscany alone, one can take a train from Pisa to nearby Florence and Bologna. But all of Italy is accessible from Pisa, whether via train, plane, or even rideshare through popular apps like BlaBlaCar. Rome is only a stone's throw away from Pisa Central Station and the same is true of many other world famous cities.

Pisa, like most of the Western coast of Italy, is known for its incredibly mild winters and warm (though not particularly humid) summers. Don't expect to find a lot of rain in Pisa, though in the winter it can be foggy in the mornings. Because of its mild climate, there is no bad time to visit Pisa. Summer will find more crowds and higher temperatures, which makes an early autumn or early spring visit particularly appealing. However, since Rome and Florence draw a lot of regional tourism, don't expect to find Pisa unbearably crowded any time of the year.
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