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Are there currently restrictions on travel to Pisa related to COVID-19?
Yes, there are currently restrictions on flights to Pisa along with the rest of Italy. Before you book or search for flights, consider the following restrictions: Italy has restricted the entry of all visitors who are traveling as tourists, and has suspended flights from China and Taiwan. However, while direct flights between China and Italy have been temporarily postponed, there are no specific restrictions for entry of anyone based solely on their nationality.
Italian residents and people traveling on business, for health reasons, and in an emergency may enter the country. However, travelers must inform the regional Department of Prevention of their arrival, and are subject to health surveillance and isolation for 14 days, and must submit a declaration that they entered Italy for proven work reasons for a maximum of 72 hours, or for a justified extension for specific needs for an additional 48 hours.
All travelers must submit a completed self-declaration form to the airline before arriving in Italy. Travelers whose destination is the island of Sardinia are also required by the local authority to register their trip in advance using the form here.
Effective from June 3, 2020, travelers arriving from member states of the European Union, states party to the Schengen Agreement, the United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican City may enter Italy and will no longer be required to self-isolate unless they have stayed in other countries during the 14-day period prior to entering Italy.
Effective from July 1, travelers who have spent the last 14 days in one of the following countries may now also enter Italy, without need to quarantine: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. For more information, see here.
Residence permits issued by Italy with expiration dates between January 31, 2020 and July 31 2020 will be considered valid until August 31, 2020.
. If you are looking to book a trip to Pisa and are outside of the restricted areas, please take the proper precautions and stay informed about traveling during COVID-19.
Cheapest Prices for Pisa flights by month
Currently, the cheapest month for flights to Pisa is November. The most expensive month for flights is July. The cheapest prices are shown above but prices will vary according to departure times, airlines, class and how early you book.
When is the best time to fly to Pisa?
Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
LAS - PSA
$620 - $1277
53.6 - 86 °F
1.02 - 5.91 inches
The best time to fly to Pisa is during November, but great deals can be found at other times. July sees the temperatures in Pisa peak to their warmest. October tends, on average, to see the most amount of rainfall.
What time of day is cheapest to fly to Pisa?
To get the best value, try booking a flight in the morning when visiting Pisa. Generally the prices will increase for flights at noon as these tend to have higher demand.
Once one of Italy’s most powerful and prosperous maritime republics, Pisa boasts breathtaking medieval architecture and is surrounded by some of the nation’s most beautiful countryside. The charming and historic city in the Tuscany region is the birthplace of Galileo Galilei, sometimes called the “father of modern science”, as well as pioneering Middle Ages mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci, and hosts one of the world’s most notable landmarks, the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The famous tower is only one of many marvels available in Pisa. Indeed, the entirety of the city’s Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square) was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. The city also has more than 20 historic churches, numerous palaces, and other sites of interest spread across its downtown area.
Modern Pisa is a bustling university city, home to the University of Pisa, founded in the 14th century, and has a student population of more than 50,000. Much of the city’s nightlife caters for and is supported by these students, who congregate in the bars and clubs of the riverside Lungarno area or the streets surrounding Piazza Garibaldi.
The Cathedral of Pisa is located near the Leaning Tower in the Cathedral Square, which is also known as the Piazza del Duomo. Construction of the cathedral began in 1064 and it is a pre-eminent example of Pisan Romanesque architecture.
The famed Leaning Tower in Piazza del Duomo isn’t Pisa’s only historic building at a slant: the bell towers of San Nicola Church and the Church of San Michele of Scalzi do not stand entirely upright either. Pisa’s most famous slanted tower leans due to its insufficient foundation as well as the weakness of subsoil beneath, and the San Michele tower owes its tilt to subsidence, whereas the base of San Nicola’s octagonal bell tower is actually located under the modern day streets.
The Luminara of San Ranieri festival, dedicated to the city’s patron saint, should not be missed if visiting in June. Every year on the evening of June 16 (San Ranieri’s Eve), riverside buildings are decorated with candles, whose glowing reflections flicker pleasantly on the surface of the Arno. The evening concludes with a midnight firework display over the citadel and nearby bridge.
Pisa’s Botanical Gardens, belonging to the University of Pisa, is said to be one of the oldest of its kind in Europe. It was established in 1543 by Luca Ghini, and is open to the public Monday through Saturday. There is a small admission fee.
Pisa’s Romanesque Baptistery, dedicated to St John the Baptist, dates back to the 12th century and is the largest baptistery in Italy, with a circumference of a 341 feet. The baptistery is known for its perfect acoustics. Arrive early in the day (to avoid crowds) and test it out for yourself.