PISA CAR HIRE DEALS
Book a flight + car package to enjoy a guaranteed saving on Pisa fly-drive holidays.
Book your car rental with British Airways - in partnership with Avis - and enjoy these great benefits:
British Airways car hire, in partnership with Avis, includes all of the mandatory charges that you'll need to drive away your car in Pisa.
Combine your flight with our car hire and save on your Pisa holiday. Choose a flight + car hire holiday, in partnership with Avis, and enjoy the convenience of having a choice of depots and vehicles to help you explore Pisa.
Fly-drive holidays give you the freedom to explore. After starting your holiday in Pisa, head out and enjoy a city break in nearby Florence, just an hour’s drive away. Or head to the world-famous wine region of Tuscany to pick up the perfect holiday memento. Hire an affordable Economy car, a fantastic value Compact car or upgrade to an Intermediate car for a more spacious ride.
Spend the day exploring the scenic areas with a Florence fly-drive. Take in the famous Uffizi Museum with its Renaissance works, the Pitti Palace, admire the fashion at the Gucci Museum, take in spectacular views from the Duomo, stroll along the iconic Ponte Vecchio, or explore Santa Croche and Arno River.
A little over an hour’s drive away from Pisa is the pretty, medieval walled city of San Gimignano. Famous for its beautiful towers and great art, this beautiful city presents a beautiful picture opportunity. Although a perfect distance just for a day trip, the nightlife is not to be missed and many find it worthwhile staying a little longer.
Just under two hours from Pisa, drive to the medieval city of Sienna, one of the jewels of Tuscany. It is best known for its colourful horse race, Il Palio and is a UNESCO world heritage site. One of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions, enjoy its cuisine, art and museums on a fly-drive from Pisa.
Famous for its namesake red wine, take a tour of the wineries and go to tastings and enjoy the local food, surrounded by the natural beauty of Chianti. Let your designated driver drive to the wine area from Pisa in an hour and a half. Or stay at some of the accommodations in Chianti, so everyone can sample the local favourites.
Drive to the small medieval town of Assisi, perched on a hill in Umbria, and visit its periodical exhibits and fairs. The town is famous as the birthplace of St. Francis and as a result it is important for religious, historical and artistic reasons. Perugia is a well-known cultural and artistic centre and is referred to as the university town, with various educational institutes, dating from the 14th century.