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( ; Lungarno Pacinotti 1; 5pm-2am) Generous aperitivo (predinner drinks accom-
panied by cocktail snacks) spread, live music or DJs, and a great little terrace out front en-
sures Bazeel is always busy. Check its Twitter feed for what's on.
(Borgo Stretto 44; 8am-8.30pm summer, shorter hr Tue-Sun winter) This old-fashioned cake shop
has been tempting Pisans into sugar-induced wickedness since 1898. It's an equally lovely
spot for a cocktail - anytime.
Tourist office (
05 04 22 91; ; Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 16;
9am-7pm Mon-
Sat, to 4pm Sun)
Getting There & Away
Pisa International Airport ( 05 084 93 00; ; Piazzale D'Ascanio) Tuscany's
main international airport, a 10-minute drive south of town; flights to most major
European cities.
From its hub on Piazza Sant'Antonio, Pisan bus company CPT ( ; Piazza
Sant'Antonio) runs buses to/from Volterra (€6.10, two hours, up to 10 daily) and Livorno
(€2.75, 55 minutes, half-hourly to hourly).
Pisa is close to the A11 and A12. The SCG FI-PI-LI (SS67) is a toll-free alternative for
Florence and Livorno, while the north-south SS1, the Via Aurelia, connects the city with
La Spezia and Rome.
There is a handy left luggage office (Deposito Bagagli; 1st 12hr €4, subsequent 12hr €2; 6am-9pm)
at Pisa Centrale (Piazza della Stazione) train station - not to be confused with north-of-town
Pisa San Rossore station. Regional train services to/from Pisa Centrale:
Florence (€7, 1¼ hours, frequent)
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