Florence Transportation

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  • 1. By Bus

    Florence is a great walking city, but sometimes you need a little help. You can catch the orange ATAF buses for trips around the city that are just too long to walk (or if the weather is really...

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  • 2. By Train

    The journey from Pisa to Florence by train is very short and quite comfortable.Trenitalia is a dependable service and the chair cars are very comfortable.You may book your tickets right before your...

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  • 3. By Car

    Driving into and parking in Florence is very difficult at best and comes with the risk of a heavy fine. The roads around the city center are a restricted driving area (ZTL) and, if entered without a...

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  • 4. General Tips

    For those that are stopping in Florence for just a day and want to take advantage of the city without the hassle of dragging your luggage around with you, there is a luggage storage service at the...

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  • 5. By Foot

    The roads around the train station are busy, busy, busy - not very safe to run across with all the cars, buses, and taxis. There are underground walkways that get you from one side of the street to...

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  • 6. Maps of Florence

    One thing I have always liked about paper transport maps is that [depending on the scale] you usually get to see the entire area covered. However, one trend I have noticed with online mapping tools,...

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  • 7. By Plane

    Florence has one airport: its code is FLR and it has one small runway allowing only relatively small aircraft (ATR, DASH or Fokker 50 turboprops; Avro RJ or Airbus 319 jets) to serve the...

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  • 8. By Motorcycle & Vespa

    Riding the traditional Vespa is definetely the most easiest way for exploring the old core of the town. I took this picture for one reason only, remembering the jokes we made when travelling by cars...

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  • 9. By Bicycle

    I spent 4 days in Florence and stayed with a friend who lives just north of Centrale Mercado. I was able to use one of his bikes the entire time. It was a short 10 minute ride into the center and was...

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  • 10. By Carriage

    Exploring the city centre in the carriage is the most romantic way of course. Slowly and very comfortable it allows you to take the pictures during the ride. Besides, the coachman is very helpful in...

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  • 11. Red double - decker

    This is a quite new entry in Florence transportation. The red double deckers travel the streets of Florence since 2003. I'ts quite a touristic thing , but if...

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  • 12. Buses in the city centre

    The city centre has some narrow streets, and in my opinion it's best to visit the town on foot. But there are public transportations going everywhere all the...

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  • 13. Suburban Buses

    I bring this tip for the buses that link Florence with the Airport and with other cities such as Siena. In this particular case, it's better to go to that city...

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  • 14. By Car: How Far/How Long...?

    Some road distances from Florence to:- Rome: 285 kms.- Paris (France): 1.146 kns.- Warsaw (Poland): 1.570 kms.- Madrid (Spain): 1.688 kms.The website gives you...

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  • 15. By Plane: Aeroporto di Firenze

    Aeroporto di Firenze-Amerigo Vespucci (Florence-Amerigo Vespucci Airport).Once you arrive in Florence by plane, I recommend to take the bus called Volainbus...

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  • 16. By Train: Stazione di Santa Maria Novella

    Italy has an excellent train network. The railway station is in the city centre, from it, the most important sights of Florence are very close, and one of the...

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  • 17. Very efficient

    The principal public transportation netwrok within the city is run by the ATAF and Li-nea bus company, with tickets available at local tobacconists, bars and...

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  • 18. Places around florence to see

    As soon as you reach florence, decide the number of days you are here and buy a ataf bus tickets (biglette) which you can get in any ciggarette/book shops...

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  • 19. Taxi

    I used the taxis in Firenze twice while I was there. Just to get to and from my B&B. They are a bit expensive, but if you have luggage with you and need to...

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  • 20. Livorno to Florence?

    If you're one of the zillion people every year who cruise around the Mediterranean and have a layover stop in Livorno, you'll probably also be one of the...

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  • 21. Smart car

    A tiny two-seater is perfect to drive through narrow streets, and to park it just about anywhere you want.Smart drivers are not very well considered by other...

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  • 22. taxi for very fast service

    if you arrive with at the airport , you must go to the centre of florence .with a taxy or by bus-shuttle from ariport.in the centre you find all info for tour...

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  • 23. Ay, yi yi! The Taxis are molto caro around here!!

    OUCH! Everyone who lives in FLorence complains about having the most expensive taxis in Italy. Part of the problem is that the city is so smalland thus fares...

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  • 24. Florence by horse???

    Well, I think only these policemen are allowed to ride a horse in town......they look gorgeous don´t they???

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  • 25. How else would we have...

    How else would we have discovered how beautiful potted hydrangea are (which do as well in Vancouver BC as in Tuscany)...

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