Train Pisa → Vintimille frFrom AU$ 50
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Overview The average travel time between Pisa and Vintimille fr is 4h24 minutes. The quickest route is 4h24 minutes. The first train leaving Pisa is at 19:02, the last at . There is an average of 1 trains a day between Pisa and Vintimille fr, leaving approximately every -2J 16h minutes.
- Departure station : Pisa centrale (Piazza della Stazione 56125 Pisa)
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Pisa -> Vintimille Fr
Main stations in Pisa and Vintimille fr
Pisa Centrale Train Station
Address: Piazza della Stazione 56125 PisaOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Business lounges & Waiting Rooms, Currency Exchange, Assistance for disabled, Disabled facilities, Wheelchairs, Lost and found, Bar and a buffet, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
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Reviews & ratings Pisa - Vintimille fr
- "Railpass" Kaylene f. 28/11/2016
Travelling in a group of 4 over 2 months, we used a railpass. We did make reservations for some trips but not all. All our trips ran smoothly and our pass was accepted each time without any problem. Just important to remember to fill out the log each time. We have used the pass multiple times in different parts of Europe, and will do so again for the convenience. It also compares very favourably price wise with buying separate tickets for each journey.
- "Efficient, easy to use" Gian c. 28/11/2016
Rode first class and it was easy to use, efficient and comfortable.
- "Train" Michael t. 28/11/2016
Good reliable service.
- "Bordeaux Study Tour" . 27/11/2016
I was in France to do a study trip in Bordeaux. I had a pass that gave me 5 days of travel in a month. I found this useful because the cost was only marginally more than the cost of a return trip between Paris and Bordeaux, while giving me 3 extra days of travel.
- "Relax" William n. 26/11/2016
Great way to travel. 1st Class and so relaxing. After traveling so long to get to Europe fro Australia it is a good way to get around. Would not do it any other way.
- "Eurail pass" Jessica v. 26/11/2016
Travelled around Europe with a 2 month / 10 trip Eurail pass bought from RailEurope. The Eurail pass was fantastic and made getting around very easy, quick and simple. We didn't have much planned so being able to jump on pretty much any train with little notice was convenient. Was also fantastic that each trip was simply within a 24hr period, as travel in rural areas with many short trips here and there was not fiddly or expensive at all. Highly recommend Eurail pass as well as RailEurope (which was a little cheaper than buying direct from Eurail.)
- "Fast ride" Paul o. 25/11/2016
The best way to get to Edinburgh. Good price tickets, seat not super spacious but with no one sitting next to me and train mostly empty it was fine. It would be wise to avoid 2nd class at peak times though.
- "2nd class adequate " Paul o. 25/11/2016
The seat was a little crammed when someone was sitting next to me but as the ride continued the train thinned out and I could spread out and relax more. You get what you pay for and 2nd class was okay for 3 hours. Good price.
- "Cross country travel" Iromi s. 24/11/2016
Crossing Europe by train was the best idea. The most frustrating thing about air travel is all the security check points that add hours to the journey. We had a seamless trip from Copenhagen to Linkoping in Sweden. The train also brings you to the centre of the city which is far more convenient than flying. Highly recommended!
- "Great holiday" . 22/11/2016
Excellent trip , very comfortable and scenic
- "WAY TO TRAVEL" Rodney f. 22/11/2016
My wife and I traveled from Paris to Morlaix it was a wonderful trip, our seats were comfortable and we were able to use the WIFI while traveling. The selection of food and drinks were great with wines and beers available and hot meals. The trip was definitely value for money and we will be using the train in the future.
- "Train travel in Europe" William a. 22/11/2016
On all our trips to Europe we have travelled by train using Eurail passes. The train system is very user friendly and delivers you into the centre of most cities. We have found station staff and train staff very obliging and helpful especially as we do not speak any European languages.
- "Berlin to Frankfurt" Rodney w. 22/11/2016
A very pleasant journey; comfortable seats, although leg room is tight. Our biggest issue with the service was the lack of space for large luggage. Coming from Australia we had two large bags full of winter clothes. The overhead container were to small and there was no provision, except behind another passengers seat at the end of the carrage.
- "Rail" Michael t. 20/11/2016
Great trip - easy travel centre to centre.
- "Easy and enjoyable" Jo d. 19/11/2016
Smooth and enjoyable experience. A lot easier and more cost effective than air transport. I do wish the cafe car was restocked more often. (Possibly at each major stop)