Explore breathtaking Tuscany with a Pisa rental car
Discover the Tuscan city known for its world famous Leaning Tower when you hire a car in Pisa.
Pisa will introduce you to countless Italian attractions, including breathtakingly beautiful historic churches and stunning medieval palaces. Stroll along the Piazza dei Miracoli taking in the Duomo cathedral and visit the haunting Camposanto cemetery. Explore the city’s sights with your hired car then head to the countryside to cruise through Tuscany visiting wineries and tucked away villages.
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Pisa International Airport (PSA)
Pisa International Airport, also referred to as Galileo Galilei Airport, is conveniently located just six kilometres south of Pisa. As the transport hub for Tuscany region, the airport serves almost 5 million passengers each year. Upon landing, enjoy a fresh Italian coffee or Tuscan-inspired dishes at one of 10 eateries. You can also enjoy free WiFi and a bit of retail therapy.
To collect a rental car, head to the Car Rental Terminal just a 5-minute walk or short shuttle ride from the main terminal. Take the train, bus or hail a taxi to pick up a car hire in downtown Pisa.
Guide to driving in Pisa
Use our helpful guide on driving, navigating and parking for the city of Pisa.
Driving from the airport to downtown Pisa
The drive from Pisa International Airport to the city centre takes around 15 minutes in normal traffic. Exiting the airport, follow signs to Strada Statale 1 and merge on the highway from Superstrada Firenze Pisa Livorno. Continue on SS1 via Aurelia, then turn right on Viale delle Cascine. Continue on this road to arrive in Pisa, passing the iconic tower on your right.
Driving tips for your Milan rental car
Italian road names are easy to confuse. Hire a GPS with your rental car to save time and avoid stressful situations.
Italy driving tips
• Drive on the right side of the road, overtake on the left side.
• Italians are known to forgo all rules of the road. Stay alert and be prepared for tailgaters and speedsters.
• Handsfree mobile devices are permitted, but use cautiously.
At Pisa Airport, choose from short-stay, multi-story or long-term lots accessible 24 hours a day. Short-stay offers 10 minutes free and is located in front of Departures. The rate for short-stay and multi-story is €3 for 30 minutes, €4 for an hour with a daily max of €30 and €25 respectively. Park at long-stay for €7 per day.
Pisa is one of the easier cities in Italy for parking. Stay outside the ZTL (Zone Traffico Limitato) to avoid fines, which is easy to recognise as it’s walled off. Choose nearby parking garages or on-street spots and walk into the centre.