From Pisa International Airport to your Hotel in Florence city centerfrom € 195.00
Our transfers offer you the safety and convenience of a private vehicle and driver to pick you up from the airport as soon as you arrive.
Transfers are booked on a first come basis-we suggest you book at least 10 days prior to your departure.
Don't worry about any of the details when arriving to Florence from Pisa - book a private car to take you from the Pisa airport to the Florence city center. The trip is between 45 minutes and 1 hour long.
Up to 2 people: 195
3-8 people: 232
9-13 people: 331
Quotes for larger parties available upon request.
|From one to two people||195.00 €||From 97.50 € per person|
|From three to eight people||232.00 €||From 29.00 € per person|
|From nine to thirteen people||331.00 €||From 25.46 € per person|
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