How to get to Tuscany

By plane

Fly into either Pisa International Airport (airport code: PSA) or Florence-Aeroporto di Firenze-Peretola (airport code-FLR).

Delta Airlines to Paris CDG or Rome FCO with connections to Pisa
American Airlines to London LHR with connections to Pisa
United Airlines to Munich MUC with connections to Pisa
US Airways to Munich MUC with connections to Pisa
Air Canada to Frankfurt FRA with connections to Florence
Delta Airlines to Paris CDG, Rome FCO and Amsterdam AMS with connections to Florence
US Airways to Frankfurt FRA and Brussels BRU with connections to Florence
United Airlines to Frankfurt FRA and Brussels BRU with connections to Florence

Private jets can use both Pisa and Florence airports BUT they have to park at Milan airport, which has an area set aside for private jet handling.

By train

The Italian railway system, run by Trenitalia, is connected with the rest of the European rail system so it is easy to reach Tuscany from other parts of Italy and Europe. The main rail route is via Florence with another service along the coast from Rome via Pisa. Direct international trains arrive in Florence from Paris, Calais (in the summer months), Brussels, Amsterdam, Basel and Munich.


"The villa was magnificent. The view, amenities, location were all fantastic. The salt-water pool was a key reason for our stay there, and it worked out really well. The only small negative was that the villa to the north of us had a pretty clear view of our whole pool/dining area. It was definitely not quite as private as we had hoped, but that did not materially affect our enjoyment of the place. The service we got was great - Kate and the others at SMB were extremely helpful in our villa selection and throughout the whole process. The preparatory materials were helpful as were the concierge services. "
Scott R
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