How to book your visit to / guided tour at Piaggio Museum in Pontedera

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How you can book your entrance and guided tour at Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, Tuscany. The worldwide coronavirus pandemic changed a lot. Especially for museums and activities. Find here your guidance on how to visit Piaggio Vespa Museum in Pontedera. Situated outside Pisa on the way to Florence, Pontedera is an important industrial area. The most prominent company headquartered there? For sure Piaggio. Luckily the Museum, an independent museum, can be found just a stone throw from the station. In another article I wrote about how to travel to Pontedera from various Italian cities. But, how to actually arrange your visit to the museum? To immerse yourself into the long and interesting history of Piaggio.

How to reach Pontedera by public transportation

Getting to Pontedera in Tuscany is fairly easy. Especially if you want to visit Piaggio Museum, it is super easy to visit this museum by public transportation. The train station is only less than 400 m away the entrance. In a previous article I have already shared how you can easily reach Pontedera Casciana Terme Train Station by regional Train in Italy, from Florence, Pisa and Rome. There you find more information on train timetables and how much a ride with Trenitalia will cost, in order for your to visit iconic Piaggio Museum in Pontedera.

How much does the entrance to Piaggio Museum in Pontedera cost?

Luckily, the entrance is free to the museum about the history and present of vehicle manufacturer Piaggio. Everyone at any time will enjoy a entry at no cost to the impressive exhibition. However, due or thanks to covid, you can now book scheduled guided tours at the museum. The price for such a tour is 5 Euro per person, discounts to 0 Euro per person apply. But you can still visit the exhibition without a tour at no cost.

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How to book your guided tour at Piaggio Museum in Pontedera

In order to book your own guided tour at Piaggio Museum in Pontedera you will need to visit the official website. It’s available in Italian and English, here: Already from the front page, you can pre-book your guided visit, this webpage is available here: Now select if you want a free visit, or a guided tour in English or Italian which costs 5€. Select your preferred type of visit, in the next step you will be able to select the number of participants and your preferred date.
Keep in mind, museum Piaggio is only open Tuesday till Friday, and closed on weekends!

Once you have completed your reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. For guided tours you should know they will only be confirmed once a minimum of five people have booked the similar time slot. If this does not work out, the visit will be free of charge and you can still visit the museum at your preferred time – no worries! For your visit, be on time and wear a surgical mask and maintain social distancing throughout your visit at Piaggio Museum in Pontedera.

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