Florence Transportation

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  • 1. Buses

    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. Trains

    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. Driving

    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. Walking

    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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  • 5. Maps

    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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  • 6. Airports

    Aeroporto di Firenze-Amerigo Vespucci (Florence-Amerigo Vespucci Airport). Once you arrive in Florence by plane, I recommend to take the bus called Volainbus which, in about 20-25 minutes, will take...

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  • 7. Cycling

    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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  • 8. Airport Bus

    From outside the terminal building at the airport, you can catch a shuttle bus direct to the railway station in the city centre. The journey takes about 20 minutes and although I can't remember...

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  • 9. Left Luggage

    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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  • 10. Taxis

    Taxis are few and far apart, in Florence as in any Italian city. Italian taxis do not stop if you wave at them, Italians telephone booking for a taxi maybe 15 minutes before they need it and...

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  • 11. Terravision Bus

    We got a terrorvision bus, which was going to be great, 70 minutes and we would be there and then the same back.....reserved in advance on the internet to make sure it was all sorted.... No such...

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  • 12. 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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  • 13. Fly to Florence (FLR)

    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...

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  • 14. How do I get to town?

    Ok: so you've experienced the thrill of landing at Amerigo Vespucci airport in Florence (landing on runway 23 adds a great buzz).Now how do you get to your...

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  • 15. Santa Maria Novella Train Station

    I love this station. It's very convenient to the center of the city, both by walking and by city bus. They have automated ticketing machines that are super-easy...

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  • 16. SITA Bus Station

    The SITA bus station sits 100 meters from the Santa Maria Novella train station. You purchase your tickets inside and the waiting area is there, as well. there...

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  • 17. Aeroporto Amerigo Vespucci (PERETOLA)

    I cannot begin to say enough good things about the Florence airport. I am usually very critical of my city, but this is great. First of all it is 15 minutes...

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  • 18. Bus Travel

    We came to Florence in the morning after driving all night. This picture was taken maybe 20 minutes before we reached our destination. Everybody except the...

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  • 19. stamp your ticket

    Although everything in the centre of Florence can be perfectly reached by foot, you might want to take the bus.Buy a ticket at a kiosk, a tabaccoshop or at the...

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  • 20. WALK around Florence!

    The best way to move around Florence is walking. The town is so small and its streets are so nice that you don't need the public transportation system (buses)...

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  • 21. Getting There and Around

    By Bus ; There is a local bus service which runs from Peretola to Florence. You can buy a ticket at the 2nd floor café. The bus shelter is past the parking...

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  • 22. 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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  • 23. Easiest and most practicale way for city tour

    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...

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  • 24. 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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  • 25. Trains

    While in Italy I travelled from city to city on the trains - Trenitalia. I used both the Inter City trains and the Eurostar. The Eurostar trains get between...

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