Trip from Pisa - International Airport
to San Marino

Trip details

Departure from Pisa - International Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to San Marino
12:16h

Trip duration: 196min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Montecatini Alto
Italy

75 min

Choosing Montecatini Alto for your holiday destination implies you will most probably have a great, relaxing and interesting day. You can opt for so many... possibilities – admire the culture and history while strolling down the alleys of this medieval village full of ancient buildings (including the remains of a castle), palazzos, and churches (Church and convent of Santa Maria a Ripa and St. Peter's Church); indulge your palates in one of many artisan shops and restaurants offering delicious wine and traditional Tuscan cuisine; or unwind in Montecatini Terme, one of the most beautiful Spas in Art Nouveau style in Tuscany. Don’t forget to ride the oldest funicular in Europe, Montecatini Alto’s historic funicular, which connects the modern town below with the ancient city above. This funicular was built in 1898 and riding in it provides stunning views of the gorgeous Tuscan hills.

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Florence
Italy

135 min

Florence is not only the crown jewel of Tuscany but it is also one of world’s greatest history and art cities. A preferred weekend getaway... for many Europeans, Florence seduces every visitor, whether you are a first-time stop-by traveler or a repeat visitor who just can’t get enough of this allure. It boasts amazing artwork and architecture, churches, museums and monuments. The most popular and important sites in Florence are Il Duomo - Florence’s cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. But it also has a vibrant social scene full of quirky shops and quality crafts, restaurants, cafes and famous Italian pastry shops. You can’t leave Florence without trying Italian gelato and the best way to enjoy it is to sit near the Arno River, while admiring the Ponte Vecchio.

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Faenza
Italy

105 min

When in Emilia Romagna region, be sure not to miss the town of Faenza, not only for its remarkable ceramics museum. The medieval heart of... the town has lots of interesting buildings to be seen such as the neoclassical Palazzo Milzetti or the renaissance cathedral and 16th century clock tower. So, do tour the historic center which is quite lively, especially on market days (Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays). The town’s main attraction is the International Ceramics Museum, which features extensive range of local pottery, antique ceramics from all over the world as well as the contemporary pieces.

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Monte Sole Historical Park
Italy

105 min

The Historic Regional Park of Monte Sole covers an area of about 6,300 hectares and it is protected for its ample wildlife and natural beauties... that include almost 1,000 floral species. This place however has great historical importance related to the tragic events that took place during the WWII. Over 700 innocent people, mostly women and children, were killed here by Nazi soldiers because believed to have helped the partisans in this area. Visitors have the possibility to take various detailed tours of adorned burials and monuments as well as some beautiful ruins or the nature trails to explore the natural beauty of these hills.

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Dozza
Italy

105 min

Step into the wonderland. Dozza is a small town of very ancient origins but today looks more like an open-air art museum, with colorful paintings... all over the town. Every two years, in September, Dozza is hosting The Biennale di Muro Dipinto when famous national and international artists gather here. If you are more fan of classic art, there is also the imposing renaissance fortress, the Rocca Sforzesca, situated at the top of the village. And finish up your amazing trip with a glass of wine in the Enoteca Regionale dell’Emilia Romagna situated in the evocative cellars of the Fortress.

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Lucca
Italy

105 min

Dating back to Roman times, Lucca boasts abundant medieval and Renaissance churches, towers and piazzas, but it’s probably most famous for its impressive walls that... surround the heart of the city. It is said that these are one of the best-preserved walls in Europe and you simply must take a walk along at least one section of the city's four kilometer long walls. Lucca is also known as “the city of Puccini” and you may encounter all over the city many reminders of this famous opera composer. Other not to be missed points of interest are Duomo di San Martino, the Basilica di San Frediano, and traces of the amphitheater in Piazza dell'Anfiteatro.