Pisa, Italy Climate and Weather

Historic Charts for Travel Planning in Tuscany

Pisa is a city tourists visit to see the leaning tower, but Pisa is a very pleasant University town along the Arno in Tuscany. Pisa falls under the classification of a Mediterranean climate, like most of Central and Southern Italy.

Pisa's weather is influenced by its proximity to the sea. In late fall the precipitation starts, as you can see from the historic climate charts below.

Pisa Historic Temperature and Precipitation Charts

Pisa, Italy Temperatures: Fahrenheit Historic Rainfall for Pisa, Italy

Spring is a fine time to visit Pisa. The Regatta della Antiche Repubbliche Marinare, or regatta of the old Maritime Republics, is held in Late may or early June, usually in fine weather. Eight man crews race against each other along the River Arno; don't miss the medieval parade along the banks of the river. (See Pictures from the 54th Regatta)

The rest of Pisa's big festivals are held in June, the Festa di San Ranieri, when the Arno is adorned with torches, occurs on June 16th, and the next day there is the Regatta di San Ranieri.

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Best time to go to Pisa

The off season, April-June and September and October, offer the best weather and fewer crowds at the leaning tower. Expect days of rain in October and November and winter is very damp.

Pisa Travel Tips

Sure, you're going to get off the train at Pisa Centrale and run to the Leaning Tower as if that were the only attraction in the city. You'd be wrong, but we'll aid and abet your efforts with a video: Getting from Pisa Train Station to the Leaning Tower in a Hurry.

Pisa and nearby Florence both have airports. To get between the cities and the airports, see How to Travel from Pisa to Florence by At Home in Tuscany, a blog from Pisa.

We have some specific recommendations for eating and staying: Pisa: Where to Eat, Where to Stay

Pisa Guides

Pisa Travel Guide Pisa Walking Tour

Tickets and Tours

Leaning Tower of Pisa Tickets: Skip the LineCinque Terre Tour by Minivan from Pisa Florence to Pisa Day trip with Winery Lunch and Lucca Tour

Where to Stay

User Rated Hotels in Pisa Apartments in Pisa

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