Trains are 30% more expensive in Paris than in Pisa.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Paris than in Pisa.
Taxis are 10% more expensive in Paris than in Pisa.
Coffee is 158% more expensive in Paris than in Pisa.
Pisa is an important tourist destination located in Tuscany, Italy. It is famous for its leaning tower and boasts twenty other monumental structures. This Italian city is served by the Pisa International Airport which is also known as Galileo Galilei Airport in memory of the famous scientist.
To fly from Pisa to Paris, passengers will need to arrive at the Pisa International Airport that is located in San Giusto, just two kilometers from Pisa central railway station. The airport is easily accessible by bus, train or taxi.
The flights from Pisa to Paris depart from the Pisa International Airport, located well within the city limits. You can use the shuttle bus service called PisaMover that departs from the Pisa Central Station, near the platform 14, and takes about 8 minutes to get to the airport, departing every 10 minutes. As the city centre is located at a reasonable distance from the airport, another option is to get a taxi and the journey will take close to 5 minutes.
Paris is the capital of France and the biggest city in the country, as well as one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. It's the perfect destination for those that love to go shopping as it is considered one of the best cities in the world in terms of shopping thanks to the big and famous departments stores, streets and outlets. Besides fashion, Paris is also famous for its cafes, restaurants and popular monuments such as the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre Museum which is the largest museum in the world.
The flights from Pisa to Paris can land at any of Paris' airports. If you land at Charles de Gaulle airport which is the largest one in Paris, use the RER B Regional-Express train to get to the city centre in abut 40 minutes. If the plane arrives at the Orly Airport, you can reach the city centre via tram: take the T7 tram that departs from Orly Sud terminal to the metro station Villejuif-Louis Aragon and from there you can use the metro again to Chatelet-Les Halles and you'll be in the centre of Paris. In case you arrive at the Chalons Vatry or Beauvais-Tille airports, there are trains or shuttle buses to central Paris.