Car hire Pisa Airport
Start your holiday the right way with Budget car hire at Pisa Airport, Italy. Our promise is simply better value car rental from Pisa Airport - the perfect way to discover Italy. Our standard rental package includes all tax and essential insurance needed for a comfortable car hire. GPS, fuel payment options, additional insurance, additional drivers and child seats are also available and can be selected during the quote process. Budget car hire also allows you to enjoy one-way car hire from Pisa Airport to Florence, Venice, Rome, Naples and any other Budget Rent-a-Car locations in Italy or further afield in Southern Italy.
Rent a car at Pisa Airport
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Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport
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Explore Pisa with Budget Car Hire
Explore Pisa with Budget
Getting around Pisa is very easy. The Galileo Galilei Airport is just 2 km / 1.5 miles south from the centre of Pisa, and is in close proximity to other prominent Tuscan cities including Florence, Arezzo and Siena.
Remember when driving in Italy that you should drive on the right and over take on the left, children are not allowed to sit in the front passenger seat unless they are over 150cm tall, use of bus and cycles lanes can result in on the spot fines and it is compulsory for the driver to carry a driving licence.Read more
Although the spotlight is predominantly on the Leaning Tower of Pisa (Torre Pendente), Pisa holds host to a large number of historical landmarks including heritage sites, universities, bridges and churches.
Piazzi del Duomo (Cathedral Square, also known as the Piazza dei Miracoli, the Square of Miracles) is the main square in Pisa and within its high walls contains the Leaning Tower of Pisa (Campinile or bell tower), The Duomo (Cathedral), The Baptistry of St. John and the Camposanto Monumentale (the monumental cemetery).
It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. The Scuola Normale Superiore is the national university, which the Academic Ranking of World Universities puts at the top of the 30 best Universities in Europe.
The Piazzi di Cavalieri (The Knights Square) is the second main square of the city and holds host to fountains and the Statue of Cosimo. The Orto Botanico di Pisa (Botanical Gardens) are located just a couple of minutes’ walk from the leaning tower and has guided tours available.