|Distance||108 miles (174 km)|
|Average train duration||3 h 13 min|
|Average train ticket price||$25 (€20)|
|Train frequency||1 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there is 1 direct train a day|
|Train providers||Regionale Veloce|
Trains from Pisa to Perugia cover the 108 miles (174 km) long route taking on average 3 h 13 min with our travel partners like Regionale Veloce. Normally, there is 1 train operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this journey for as low as $24 (€20), but the average price of train tickets is $25 (€20). Travelers depart most frequently from Pisa Centrale and arrive in Perugia.
Trains from Pisa to Perugia depart over ten times per day from two stations in Pisa: Pisa Centrale railway station and Pisa S. Rossore railway station. The journey takes about 3h to 3h 40min depending on which route and which train you opt to ride, arriving in Perugia at Perugia Fontivegge railway station.
There are eleven route options for trains from Pisa to Perugia each day, with ten departures from Pisa Centrale railway station and one departure from Pisa S. Rossore railway station. The first train of the day departs at 4:45 a.m. and the last train of the day departs at 8:50 p.m. The only train from Pisa S. Rossore railway station departs at 8:25 p.m.
The length of your journey by train from Pisa to Perugia is dependent on the model of train you ride and the number of stops you choose for your route. The fastest option involves a Regionale Veloce train through Trenitalia and has one change at Florence Santa Maria Novella railway station, completing the journey in 3h 10min. The slowest journey involves two changes at Florence Santa Maria Novella railway station and Terontola Cortona railway station, completing the journey in just under 5h.
Departure train station: There are two departure stations for trains from Pisa to Perugia: Pisa Centrale railway station and Pisa S. Rossore railway station. Pisa Centrale railway station is attached to Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. You can ride the city bus to Piazza del Miracoli via Line 1, which also connects to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Taxi lines are also located directly outside the station, which can bring you to Piazza del Miracoli. Pisa Centrale has 16 platforms and offers a large ticketing hall, restrooms, news stores, restaurants, shops, luggage storage, and a Sala Blu office to assist travelers with disabilities. This office can also coordinate services at other stations that do not have a designated Sala Blu. Pisa S. Rossore railway station is much smaller, and only offers automatic ticket machines outside the terminal, plus restrooms.
Arrival train station: The arrival station for trains from Pisa to Perugia is Perugia Fontivegge railway station, located in Piazza Vittorio Veneto of the Fontivegge district about 2 miles (3 km) to the southwest of the city centre. You can take the Perugia Minimetro tram system to the city centre/historical centre, which departs from the railway station every 10-15min. You can also take a city bus to the city centre, which stops outside the station and drops off at the historical centre. There are also taxis available, which can be hailed from outside the station or arranged in advance. The station itself has three stories, with a large waiting room, restrooms, and a ticketing office within a large, open hall. The station also has artwork on display, including sculptures and mosaics.
Trains from Pisa to Perugia are operated by Trenitalia, the largest train company in Italy and affiliated with the state-owned Gruppo Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane. Although there are several stations and routes for you to select, each of these options is operated by Trenitalia.
The trains offered between Pisa and Perugia are Trenitalia regional trains and intercity trains. The regional models are Regionale Veloce trains, while the intercity models are InterCityNotte and Intercity models. None of these models are high-speed trains, though they are typically less expensive than the Frecce high-speed models that connect larger cities. These models have a variety of paint schemes and designs, but they will all have the Trenitalia logo on the side of the engine and doors.
There are no seat reservations for regional or intercity trains through Trenitalia, so you can board the train and find an open seat of your choice. There is also no specific luggage limit, though Trenitalia recommends that each traveler only bring the amount of luggage they would be capable of handling alone. There are luggage racks and closets available on each coach, but you will need to store your luggage beside you throughout the journey if these fill up before you board. Small pets are also allowed on board, so long as they are kept in a carrier that is smaller than 28x12x20 in (70x30x50 cm). Larger dogs can board if they are leashed and muzzled, plus they require an additional ticket at a 50% reduction in price. Note that you will also need a "dog passport" for your larger dog if you are an international tourist. Disassembled bikes smaller than 47x32x18 in (120x80x45 cm) are allowed on board, and fully assembled bikes are only allowed on trains with a bike symbol on the doors. You will need to pay a bike fee for fully assembled bikes. Services for disabled people are available throughout your journey and can be coordinated through Sala Blu counters or offices. Regardless of the train you are aboard, you will have access to a variety of amenities including air conditioning, televisions, restrooms, baby changing tables, LED lighting, electrical sockets, and WiFi for browsing. Passengers with disabilities have two designated zones in the train, with seats for their travel party adjacent and a designated restroom for disabled travelers.
Travelers can find cheap train tickets from Pisa to Perugia through several tools on the Omio website. If you are flexible with your travel, explore a variety of dates including weekdays and weekends. When searching for tickets, consider booking in advance if you see a deal that you do not want to miss. The slower routes are typically less expensive, so if you are willing to complete the journey at a slower pace with more changes, you might be able to save money on your tickets. The trains available on this route are slower regional or intercity trains, so they are typically less expensive than faster high-speed Frecce trains. You can filter results on the Omio website according to which options are cheapest, fastest, or both cheapest and fastest. Take the time to explore all of your options!
Some of the Pisa train stations to Perugia you can start your journey from include Pisa Centrale, Pisa Aeroporto and Pisa San Rossore. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Perugia include Perugia, Perugia Universita' and Perugia Silvestrini.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Pisa Centrale and arriving in Perugia.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Pisa Centrale, which is located around 0 mile (s) / 0 km away from the city center, and they get off the train at Perugia, located 1 mile (s) / 1 km away from the city center.
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