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How to Reach Florence

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Florence Tourism

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Best time to visit:

May - Oct

Visa:

On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

3-4 Days

Historical Sites Sightseeing Nature

How to Reach Florence

Florence is a capital city of Italy’s Tuscany region.  It is a city which is well known for its art. The walls of the city have safeguarded the grandiose of the masterpieces. It is on the bank of Arno River. The city is a Romantic and enchanting one. It is famous for its food and wine. The fashion industry was born here. Monuments and building here tell the stories of art, war, and life. Signoria Square also known as the Piazza Della Signoria is a unique square in Italy. It is in a unique L shape. It has been symbolic of civic life. It has a great cluster of statues. Michelangelo’s David is one of the most famous statues in Piazza Della. The statue is one of the oldest statues in the world. Accademia Gallery is a vast Museum which earlier was an art gallery. It has a collection from the art of Renaissance. The museum exhibits fine masterpieces which is accompanied by a Musical Instrument Museum. Uffizi Gallery is one of the best galleries in the world. There are 45 rooms in it which depict immense artistic patrimony. Here is a huge collection of paintings from middle age to modern. Duomo of Florence is the cathedral of Santa Maria du Fiore. It has Baptistery and Giotto’s bell tower. It is the fifth largest in the world. The church has gone through an endless series of transformation.

Read here about the various routes on how to reach Florence.

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By Air

 

Florence has 2 airports near it. One is Florence International Airport which is 4 kms away from the city. The other is Pisa International Airport which is 85 kms away from the city. Pisa is a major airport and has many flights coming here. Florence has less of air traffic.

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By Train

 

The express train network of Rome enables one to reach here from different cities via express trains. There are 3 main railway stations in Florence. Firenze SMN is the most famous. Firenze Campo Di is another and Firenze Refried is also one. One can take any express train like one runs from Rome to Milan and get down here.

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By Road

Florence is a compact city. One can best explore the city by walking. The main historic centre here can be walked around from one end to another in 15 minutes maximum.

Bus routes also operate within the city. The network is separated into 2 lines. One is the city Centre line which has 4 routes C1, C2, C3, D. It moves around the historic centre.

Another route is ATAF and LI-MA bus which caters to the suburban areas.

 

There are Airport buses as well. The Volain bus takes you to Florence Airport in 20 minutes and Terra-vision takes one to Pisa Airport in 70 minutes. The airport buses are available from SMN station and they also drop you here from the airport.

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FAQ's of Florence

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What is the official language of Florence?

People generally speak Italian in Florence, but most can understand and speak bits of English.

Does Florence have a city card?

The Firenzecard, depending upon which one you buy, offers access to various attractions of the city and local transport.

Is it safe to visit Florence?

It is absolutely safe to visit Florence, but the usual cautionary points apply here as well, such as not trusting strangers with your luggage and taking care of your wallets.

What festivals are celebrated in Florence?

Although there are several festivals celebrated in the city over the year, one of the most important one is the Carnevale that is held in the month of February. It is a representation of the local culture in a creative manner, through dances, shows and floats.

Is there a dress code for visiting the churches and cathedrals of Florence?

Yes, visitors are required to cover their shoulders and legs up to the knees when visiting any religious place in the city.