Pisa airport, also known as Galileo Galilei International Airport is one of 2 airports in Tuscany, (the other is Florence airport). There are 19 airlines operating in Pisa airport, including Lufthansa, British Airways, RyanAir, EasyJet and Jet2. Direct flights are available to and from all over Europe including: Rome, Bristol, Paris, Munich and Dublin. The airport is very close to the city center, just 1.5km and is easily reached by train, bus, taxi or car. A taxi to the city center can be caught at the front of the main terminal and costs between 7 and €10. Buses depart to Pisa center every 10 minutes from outside arrivals and costs about €1.10. The train terminal is located just outside the check-in hall. There are trains every 30 minutes to the main station in Pisa, or 5 a day to Florence. Tickets can be bought at the information desk.
Pisa was made famous by its leaning tower, but the city offers many other interesting sights and attractions. The tower takes pride of place in the Piazza dei Miracoli and is open to the public (after years of restoration, making it safe), climb to the top and take in the views of Pisa. Other sights in the Miracle Square include the cathedral and baptistery. Across from the piazza is the Duomo museum (Museo dell'Opera del Duomo) that houses a collection of 12th, 13th and 14th-century art. There are 2 parks and garden in the city, the botanical gardens and the Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli, both very popular with tourists.