The intercontinental airport of Pisa is located in San Giusto just two kilometres from the city centre. Known by the commercial name Galileo Galilei, it is the main Tuscan airport and among the top ten in all of Italy.
How to reach our office
As soon as you arrive at Pisa airport, go to the rental car area, located outside the airport on your right. The area can be reached on foot and is well indicated with a pedestrian path. When you have to return your vehicle, follow the directions to reach us from where you are, you will arrive without any problem.
Our car rentals offer a wide range of options, from small-displacement utility cars to move more easily around the city, to luxury cars. Our electric cars are essential to avoid traffic restrictions in the centre and are the pride of our company, which for years has been focusing on respecting the environment keeping an eye to the future.
It is possible to rent cars with automatic or manual transmission: convertibles, station wagons, SUVs, commercial vans and 9-seater minivans. We have the ideal solution either if you need a car for work or should you prefer a leisure activity or a trip out of town.
Landing in Pisa will also allow you to get to know the coastal area of this region, Versilia, a wonderful coast dotted with villages of great tourist attraction and known for their exclusivity. However, you will be able to go into the Tuscan hinterland and discover among the woods and spectacular valleys, places such as Montecatini Terme a Chianciano, both famous for their thermal waters with miraculous properties.
Pisa, proud Maritime Republic
An ancient city and one of the best known in the world: you are in Pisa, a Tuscan town that boasts a centuries-old history testified by its squares, monuments, buildings and churches. The fulcrum of the city is its Piazza del Duomo, the one that the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio, struck by the splendour of one of the most spectacular squares in the world, did not hesitate to define the Piazza dei Miracoli.
To get there, start from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II and take Corso Italia, the heart of Pisan shopping, animated by chic bars and shops.
You will come across the mediaeval church of Santa Maria del Carmine and, further on, the Logge dei Banchi designed in the early 17th century.
At this point, it is worth crossing the Ponte di Mezzo right in front of you. You will enjoy a magnificent view of the river and the ancient buildings that overlook its waters. At dusk, the atmosphere becomes magical and rarefied, a prelude to the magic of the square.
Once you have crossed the bridge, you will be able to enjoy small and very picturesque alleys and streets, which, turning towards your left, emerge in the delightful Piazza dei Cavalieri or Piazza delle Sette Vie. Of Renaissance plant, as evidenced by the statue of Cosimo de Medici in the centre of the square, it is surrounded by the Palazzo dell'Orologio, the mediaeval seat of the Captain of the people, the Church of Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri and the Palazzo della Carovana, with its amazing staircase that currently houses the oldest and most prestigious Italian university: the Normale di Pisa.
A few hundred metres more and, at the end of Via Santa Maria, you will finally arrive in front of the Piazza dei Miracoli. A unique and breath-taking scenery that, starting from the Tower of Pisa, extends to the Duomo, the Baptistery and the ancient Jewish cemetery.
Let yourself be captivated by the beauty of the place, by the unique charm of a bell tower, built in 1173 and 57 metres high, conspicuously and fabulously sloped and with a white coloured alabaster.
Then turn your gaze to the Duomo, or Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, built at the beginning of 1000 AD, as a symbol of strength and supremacy of Pisa, which reached its maximum power.
Not yet satisfied, look further at the Baptistery in the square, the largest in Italy, in Romanesque style, of austere and perfect beauty.
At the bottom is the monumental cemetery, better known as Campo Santo. An imposing structure, built around 1200, this cemetery was a true Pantheon for the personalities of the time who erected important chapels here such as the Ammanniti Chapel.
To close the wonders of the square, we mention the Sinopie Museum, unique in the world for the particularity of its collection, that is the preparatory drawings the artists designed separately for the realisation of the following frescoes.
End this fairy-tale tour by taking a walk on the Walls of Pisa, 11 metres high and 3 km long, also of mediaeval origin. Climb on the structure and look at the city from above, you will feel like you are touching the sky with your finger.
Sea or mountain? With your rented car collected inside the Pisa airport, you will have a lot of choices.
You can visit iconic places on the Italian coast that make Versilia a popular destination for international tourism. Going north from Pisa you will find places such as Viareggio, a seaside destination famous for the allegorical floats of its Carnival, Lido di Camaiore, a charming town with a typical Versilian atmosphere and long beaches of golden sand, and Forte dei Marmi.
Here in the morning, you can breathe the refined and elegant air that distinguishes Versilia thanks to its famous "Bagni", luxurious equipped beaches. In the evening you can dive into the wildest nightlife.
If, on the other hand, you head south, passing Livorno, you will arrive in Piombino, a mediaeval town but also an important port and connection to the Tuscan islands. You are in Maremma, further on you will reach Punta Ala, a village frequented by elite tourism, nestled on an enchanting sea and surrounded by a verdant pine forest.
To finish off with a flourish, head towards Monte Argentario: Porto Santo Stefano and Porto Ercole are among the most beautiful villages in Italy.