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How to travel to Pontedera from Florence, Pisa and Rome

You should definitely travel by regional train to Pontedera! The City with less than thirty thousand inhabitants is an industial hub in the province of Pisa in Tuscany, Italy. What Pontedera is most known for, probably the number one reason to travel by train to Pontedera? Piaggio Museum! Conveniently, its located just a stone throw from […]

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Pontedera - Casciana Terme Train Station

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You should definitely travel by regional train to Pontedera! The City with less than thirty thousand inhabitants is an industial hub in the province of Pisa in Tuscany, Italy. What Pontedera is most known for, probably the number one reason to travel by train to Pontedera? Piaggio Museum! Conveniently, its located just a stone throw from the train station Pontedera – Casciana Terme. Find here solutions on how you can travel from Florence, Pisa and Rome easily to Pontedera. Italian Trains have always been reliable in my dozens of past experiences, I can wholeheartedly recommend using them from sightseeing excursions in Italy! For starters, I can recommend my past article before boarding a Train in Italy you need these Smartphone Apps or benefits for children on Italian Trains – Regional and National Train Services.

How to travel to Pontedera – Casciana Terme Train Station with regional trains

How to travel from Florence to Pontedera

Florence, the heart of renaissance remnants, is worth every visit. Florence is also a good base for explorations all over Italy. Thanks to the good train connections in Italy, also with the help of fast trains reaching more than 300 km/h at max, traveling on rail within the borders of Italy is super convenient and quite quick.
Hence, it’s also convenient to travel from Florence to Pontedera. As no-one of those “super fast trains” run in between Florence and Pontedera, you have to take regional trains. Either Regional or Regional Veloce, fast regional trains with less stops in between destinations. The national train operator in Italy is TrenItalia, this is also your website for information on timetables and prices. You can even buy those regional train tickets online, and present them on your mobile device, or buy the physical tickets at the station before boarding your train. Find here the English version of Trenitalia website: trenitalia.com/en

If you want to travel by train from Florence to Pontedera and return for a visit to Piaggio Museum for example, you should plan 2 hours for the visit. For a morning visit, I can recommend the following connections:

10:28 am Firenze S. M. Novella – 45 min – 11:13 am – Pontedera-Casciana Terme
Regionale Veloce Train 4021 – price per adult: 7,10 € / 3,60 € for children in second class only

1 hour Guided Tour at Piaggio Vespa Museum starting at 11:30 am

12:47 am Pontedera-Casciana Terme – 46 min – 13:33 Firenze S. M. Novella
Regionale Veloce Train 4032 – price per adult: 7,10 € / 3,60 € for children in second class only

How to travel from Pisa to Pontedera

As Pontedera is a city in the region of Pisa, travel time is short and many regional trains pass Pontedera-Casciana T. station.

If you want to travel by train from Pisa to Pontedera and return for a visit to Piaggio Museum for example, you should plan 2 hours for the visit. For a morning visit, I can recommend the following connections:

11:09 Pisa Centrale – 11 min – 11:20 am Pontedera-Casciana Terme
Train 4028 – price per adult: 2,60 € / 1,50 € for children in second class only

1 hour guided tour at Piaggio Vespa Museum starting at 11:30 am

12:49 Pontedera-Casciana Terme – 15 Min. – 1:04 pm Pisa Centrale
Regionale 18367 – price per adult: 2,60 € / 1,50 € for children in second class only

How to travel from Rome to Pontedera

The journey from Rome to Pontedera is quite similar to the journey starting from Florence. As, you will pass by Firenze on your way, a part of the connection will always be the same. Find here also examples on how to continue your journey.

If you want to travel by train from Rome via Florence to Pontedera and return for a visit to Piaggio Museum for example, you should plan 2 hours for the visit. For a morning visit, I can recommend the following connections:

08:35 am – Roma Termini – 2h 38min – 11:13 am – Pontedera-Casciana Terme incl one change in Firenze
Frecciarossa 9490 & Regionale Veloce 4021 – price per adult: 37 € / 18,60 € for children in second class only, for a journey booked one month in advance

1 hour guided tour at Piaggio Vespa Museum starting at 11:30 am

12:47 – Pontedera-Casciana Terme – 2h 38min – 15:25 Roma Termini incl one change in Firenze
Regionale Veloce 4032 & Frecciarossa 9415 – price per adult: 35 € / 17,60 € for children in second class only, for a journey booked one month in advance

all price info and timetables as of April 2022

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2 responses to “How to travel to Pontedera from Florence, Pisa and Rome”
  1. […] 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 Flo…. There you find more information on train timetables and how much a ride with Trenitalia will cost, […]

  2. […] Even if you are not a scooter driver yourself, or interested in museums about cars or vehicles, the Piaggio Vespa Museum in Pontedera is still highly recommended. The museum is not too technical, if you do not want to, and a nice use of time. As Pontedera can be reached in just about 15 minutes from Pisa, and about 45 minutes from Florence, its a nice place for a half-day excursion. You should plan in around 1 hour for your visit to Vespa Museum Pontedera. In another Post I already wrote about how to travel to Pontedera. […]

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