There are two airports in Tuscany that can connect travellers to the rest of the world: Galileo Galilei in Pisa, which offers routes to the main Italian, European and international airports, and Amerigo Vespucci – Peretola in Florence, with routes throughout Italy and Europe. There are also smaller airports in Grosseto, the Versilia and Isola d’Elba.
Four highways connect Tuscany with the rest of Italy and Europe. A1 Milano-Napoli links northern and southern Italy and is the simplest route for those coming from central and northern Europe. A12 Genova-Livorno, running along the western coast and connects to Rome, making it the most direct route to France, via Liguria. A1 and A12 are linked to the A11 Firenze Mare and the Superstrada Firenze-Pisa-Livorno highways, connecting travellers to many Tuscan cities beyond the capital.
Tuscany is traversed by Italy's main railway line, which connects Naples and Rome with Bologna, Milan, and northern Europe. A second line also provides access to the Tuscan coast from Turin, Genoa, Rome and Naples. You can plan your trips and buy your tickets directly on the companies' websites