Subject: Train Paris - Pisa/Florence

Pisa is on the sea side, on the line coming from Genoa, while Florence is in the middle of the country, on the Milan-Bologna-Roma line. So, no trains stop in both the cities. Coming from Paris, there's a train to Rome that passes through Lyon, Turin, Genoa, Pisa. If you want to go to Florence you have to change in Pisa, or go to Milan and change there. I can't say which is better..... it depends what time the connections are! I guess the train to Pisa stops there very early in the morning, so maybe I'd choose the other option. Also, Pisa to Florence is a solwer track!

Hope this helps Ciao Flavio in Rome