In Tuscany there are two main airports connecting the region with the whole world: Galilei of Pisa and Vespucci of Florence.
Tuscany is crossed by the main Italian railway line connecting Naples and Rome with Bologna, Milan and Northern Europe. A second line, furthermore, also provides connections with the Tuscan coast from Turin, Genoa, Rome and Naples.
There are three main motorways connecting Tuscany to the rest of Italy and Europe:
-A1 Milan-Naples, connecting the North and the South of Italy: it is the easiest route for those arriving from Central and Northern Europe.
-A12 Genoa-Livorno: it follows the Tyrrhenian coast, transforming into a highway to reach Rome: it is the most direct connection with France, through Liguria.
-A1 and A12 are connected by the A11 Firenze Mare motorway and the Florence-Pisa-Livorno highway, providing access to many other Tuscan cities.
There are four main ports and they can be found in Livorno, Piombino, Porto Santo Stefano and Portoferraio. The port of Livorno is an important freight yard and is the destination of cruises and is connected with the main Italian an international ports.