How to get here
Getting to Tuscany is easy as the region’s towns are well-connected to the rest of Italy and Europe. The main airports are in Pisa and Florence, both of which have regular national and international flight connections. Tuscany’s main highway is the A1 Autostrada which runs north-south through the region.
The A11 is the highway connecting inland Tuscany to the coast. Other important highways in the region are the A12, from Genova and Pisa to the north and Livorno-Rosignano Marittimo to the south, and the A15, which crosses the Lunigiana area in the north-west corner of the region. Tuscany is also criss-crossed by a series of centuries old smaller roads such as the Via Aurelia, the Via Cassia and the Via Clodia.
The main railway line that runs through the region is the Milan-Rome line which passes through the most important Tuscan cities of Prato, Florence and Arezzo. There are also several ferry ports and tourist marinas on the coast. For example, ferries leave from Piombino and Livorno to Corsica, Sardinia, Elba and the many small islands that make up the Tuscan archipelago.
Galilei Airport, Pisa
Vespucci Airport, Florence
Marina di Campo Airport, Elba Island
Ampugnano Airport, Siena
Tassignano Airport, Lucca
Molin Bianco “Centini”, Arezzo
If you want to plan your trip round Tuscany, click here to go to the Ferrovia dello Stato (national railways) website
Visit the official site of the Italian Motorways Association (Autostrade per l’Italia): click here
SALT – official website for Ligurian/Tuscan Motorways Association
Visit the website of the Cisa motorway
Get information on Punti Blu (motorway information points)
See what the traffic’s like in real time on the motorway webcams by clicking on this link
Marina di Salivoli (Piombino)
Cala de Medici (Etruscan coast)
Marina di Punta Ala (Punta Ala)
Marina di Grosseto (Marina di Grosseto)
Cala Galera (Porto Ercole)