Pisa is a small city, hence the best way to see it is on foot. The company that operates Pisa’s local transport system is CPT (Compagnia Pisana Trasporti) and its information office is in Piazza Sant'Antonio. The new LAM service divides the bus network into two main lines (LAM red and LAM green, that stop at the most "popular" spots in the city centre) and guarantees departures every 10 minutes. You can purchase bus tickets, which you will then validate on board, at the Central Railway Station, in Via Cesare Battisti 53, or directly on board (at a higher price, though). Local, interregional, Intercity and Eurostar trains stop at Pisa Central Railway Station, connecting Pisa to the main Tuscan and Italian destinations. Train tickets are sold at the ticket office, but for short routes — up to 20 km — also at the newsagents'. Self-service ticket machines can also be found in the station.
- Address: Piazza Sant'Antonio, Pisa
- More Info: www.turismo.pisa.it/en/servizio/compagnia-pisana-trasporti