Patrizia Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Montebello 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50100, Italy
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Rated 64% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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looking for a bus transportation

by easyout4u

can someone help me out there? I arrive in rome in the afternoon and I need to get to florence that same day.Looks like the trains don't run in the mid afternoon(I arrive in rome 2:pm).So are there buses that run to florence from rome or what other options to I have. thanks

Re: looking for a bus transportation

by Manara

Actually there are trains every 30 minutes (or less) from Rome to Firenze in the afternoon. Check the website www.trenitalia.com.
Anyway, if you have your reasons to prefer a bus, I suggest to check this website: http://www.ibus.it/english/index_en.htm
It has been created by a network of several bus companies.

Re: looking for a bus transportation

by mccalpin

As Anna Maria says, there are several trains an hour to Florence all day long - this is part of perhaps the most heavily traveled rail line in the whole country.

There are two things that may have lead you to think otherwise:
1. You may have used a website other than www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html - this is the official website for the national rail system. This is the same website as the one that Anna Maria suggested, only this link will take you straight to the English pages. www.raileurope.com, for example, does not show all trains - it often skips the regional trains or trips that require connections when direct trains are available (even when more expensive).
2. You may have used a date too far in the future. The rail database is generally only accurate for 60 days or so in the future. However, because the rail schedules don't change all that much over the year, just putting in a date next week that is the same day of the week as when you want to travel will give you fairly accurate results.

So, generally, after you arrive in Rome at Fiumicino Airport (is this the one you are arriving at? Ciampino Airport will be different), you take the Leonardo Express to Roma Termini, then take the next fast train (Eurostar or Alta Velocita') to Florence, for a total trip time of about 2.5 hours. You should be able to buy the tickets for the entire trip while at the station in the airport.

Make sense?

Bill

Re: looking for a bus transportation

by leics

As the other have said, there are loads of trains to Florence from Roma Termini:just look at the English Trenitalia link Bill gave.

But if you are arriving at Ciampino airport things will be diferent. You will either have to get a taxi all the way, get a taxi/bus to Ciampino station and get the local train into Rome, take the local bus or (much better, imo) use the Terravision bus service which is tied in with budget carrier flights and will drop you off at Termini station.

http://www.adr.it/content.asp?L=3&IdMen=204

has all the relavant links for Ciampino.

Terravision here: http://www.terravision.eu/rome_ciampino.html

Travel Tips for Florence

Visit Cortona. Now famous as...

by anne_h

Visit Cortona. Now famous as the home of Frances Mayes, author of 'Under the Tuscan Sun' and 'Bella Tuscany,' it can be a bit overrun with tourists but is wonderful nonetheless. It's on a hill, so be prepared to get some exercise. There are a fair amount of American students here, as the University of Georgia runs an exchange program. Good restaurant: La Loggetta. I met some friendly locals, one of whom was way too friendly, and about 70 years old to boot. Yikes.

Map of Florence

by HORSCHECK

Take a free map of Florence at the tourist information. It is good for orientation purposes and includes the location of the main museums and monuments.
Florence has a few tourist information offices all over the town. One is located at the Plaza Stazione near the church of Santa Maria Novella; another one is located at Via Cavour near the Palazzo Medici Riccardi.

Bags Galore

by skywalkerbeth about Leather

I cannot imagine visiting Florence without emerging overloaded with leather goods, especially bags. I've been to Florence twice now and both times came home with new luggage (which I then gave to family as gifts...). Between the many designers and the street markets (which no doubt get some inspiration from the designers) this is shopping heaven.

Best of Florence is walkable.

by jon_and_may

Florence is a pretty condensed city. Most of the best attractions and sights are within a few blocks of each other. It's very easy to get across the major parts of town in a few minutes.

With so many tourists around, paying for a cab or driving through the city is probably a waste. However, to get to Michelangelo's Terrace you will probably need to drive or take a cab. Biking will be difficult since it is uphill.

Delicious pasta and charming atmosphere

by agarcia about Ristorante Vecchia Firenze

It’s a very cute restaurant, and its ceiling attracted my attention immediately, because it resembles the vaults of a Goth church, but painted with bright colors. I particularly enjoyed the antipastos, specially one named Caprizzo of the Boss, a delicious mushrooms crepe.

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Address: Via Montebello 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50100, Italy