Flights from Pisa to London
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- Thu 14 NovPSASTNWed 27 NovSTNPSARyanairDirectfrom £27
- Wed 6 NovPSASTNWed 13 NovSTNPSARyanairDirectfrom £30
- Wed 6 NovPSASTNTue 12 NovSTNPSARyanairDirectfrom £33
Flight information Pisa to London
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 728 miles
Most popular airline last month
London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Frequently asked questions
If you’re looking for direct cheap flights from Pisa to London, RyanAir offers several flights a day. British Airways and easyJet also fly the route and offer multiple non-stop flights each week. All three airlines and several others offer one- and two-stop flights to the city. These indirect flights from Pisa to London are available on Alitalia, KLM, Transavia, Lufthansa, Air France, and Austrian Airlines. Often, connecting flights on the route stop in Rome, Amsterdam, or Munich.
Pisa Airport (PSA) is easily navigated with a single two-story terminal building. The airport bustles with restaurants and cafes like Bar Famoso, Briciole Bar, Mokà Cafè, and Ristorante Gusto. On-site stores offer a variety of goods, from souvenirs at Free Gate to clothing at Leopolda.
Citizens of Canada, the U.S., and Australia simply need a passport to travel, and a visa is not needed to visit London for stays up to 6 months. EU citizens can use a national ID card to enter the U.K.
The London area has six main airports, and flights from Pisa to London use several of them. RyanAir’s cheap flights from Pisa to London most often use London’s Stansted Airport. There, you’ll find plenty of public transportation options, including Stansted Express trains. The train is a quick way to reach Central London’s Liverpool Street and North London’s Tottenham Hale station. You can purchase Express train tickets online, near airport baggage carousels, or at the Stansted Express airport office.
Other Pisa to London routes use Heathrow, Gatwick, or Luton airports. Both Heathrow and Gatwick have train stations on site for easy access to London. Luton Airport offers a 10-minute shuttle ride to Luton Airport Parkway train station.
Tips for Exploring London
The temperature in London is generally cooler than Pisa and a it is a little less sunny than the Tuscan city. Although London receives less rain than Pisa, London rain is fairly consistent throughout the year. It’s always a good idea to travel with an umbrella, just in case. In late autumn and winter, be sure to take a warm coat too.
Exploring London’s growing food scene is a fun addition to any itinerary. London restaurants are about 4 percent more expensive than Pisa’s restaurants. Groceries and produce, though, are about 16 percent cheaper in London. A good way to enjoy all of London’s culinary adventures is to eat out for one or two meals. Then, head to some of the city’s many street markets for inexpensive street food and fresh produce. You can also find plenty of cheaper ready-to-eat foods at local supermarkets like Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
Before you hop on that plane to travel from Pisa to London, purchase your sightseeing tickets online. Booking attractions online often saves you money, and it may also let you bypass crowded queues. Attractions offering online booking discounts include the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and Thames River cruises.
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