A cheap flight to Pisa from London will take around two hours and a quarter. These flights are all non-stop, meaning that flying is an extremely convenient and stress-free way to visit this amazing Italian destination. EasyJet, Ryanair, and British Airways all operate regular flights from London to Pisa, with up to three flights an hour in total each day. Flights depart from all the main London airports, including departures from Gatwick. All of these airports are connected to the rest of the UK via excellent motorway links. Stansted, Gatwick, and Luton can all be reached from Central London as well as from other parts of the UK by train, with several trains operating services to these airports every hour. Heathrow can be reached from the centre of London in about an hour using the Piccadilly underground line or the Heathrow Express. Pisa is located in the beautiful region of Tuscany and gives access to many other towns and cities that are well worth a visit, these include Lucca, La Spezia and also Florence.
Most famed for its leaning tower, Pisa is a culturally rich place, with delectable cuisine and breath-taking architecture. There is a short shuttle bus which goes from Pisa Airport to the train station, Pisa Centrale. From here, it is easy to explore the city but also to take a train to other parts of the region such as La Spezia, Florence or Lucca.