How to get to Pisa:
Pisa is a university city
with a population of nearly 100,000 inhabitants (and with 40,000 students
- not all of whom are resident). It is situated in Tuscany, close to
the coast and just 80 km from Florence. It has an international airport
with daily flights to London, Paris and Frankfurt, as well as to Rome,
Milan, and other important Italian cities. The railway station is located
on the main line from Turin to Rome. There is also a very frequent train
service to and from Florence.
How to reach the Conference
The Conference Centre is located
in Pisa Research Area of CNR in Via Moruzzi, 1, 56124 , PISA. A map
of Pisa with indication of the location is available.
- By air: The airport is on
the outskirts of the town, approximately 6 km from the Research Area.
To reach the Area, it is probably convenient to take a taxi. Otherwise,
you can take Bus No.3 to the railway station and then Bus No.7, getting off at the first stop in Viale Pratale.
It is better if you buy the bus tickets before getting on the bus. Tickets can be bought on board but are more expensive.
- By train: The station is
approximately 5 km from the Area. You can take Bus No.7 (direction Viale Pratale) , getting off at the first stop in Viale Pratale. You can buy the tickets at the station. Otherwise, you can take a taxi.
- By car: See the map. Parking