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Getting there You can get to Florence from Munich, Vienna and Naples. Best price and travel duration below.

From Rome 01:21 ₹ 2,744
From Venice 01:53 ₹ 3,632
From Milan 01:58 ₹ 4,035
From Munich 09:10 ₹ 5,569
From Vienna 10:48 ₹ 7,183
From Naples 02:31 ₹ 5,488
From Innsbruck 07:13 ₹ 2,340
From Bologna 00:35 ₹ 968
From Turin 02:53 ₹ 5,246
From La Spezia 01:27 ₹ 2,098
From Padua 01:37 ₹ 3,148
From Trieste 03:45 ₹ 4,358
From Salerno 03:22 ₹ 5,569
From Bolzano 03:20 ₹ 4,116
From Udine 03:45 ₹ 4,358
From Kufstein 08:11 ₹ 3,955
From Jenbach 07:45 ₹ 2,340
From Trento 02:48 ₹ 3,712
From Villach 06:12 ₹ 5,569
From Worgl 08:01 ₹ 2,340
From Bruck An Der Mur 08:53 ₹ 6,376
From Brescia 02:15 ₹ 3,551
From Chiusi 01:16 ₹ 1,533
From Parma 01:29 ₹ 1,776
From Ferrara 01:05 ₹ 2,179
From Modena 00:59 ₹ 1,372
From Arezzo 00:35 ₹ 888
From Terontola 00:57 ₹ 1,130
From Perugia 01:32 ₹ 1,533
From Orvieto 01:42 ₹ 1,695
From Treviso 02:24 ₹ 3,793
From Rovereto 02:33 ₹ 3,390
From Prato 00:12 ₹ 646
From Foligno 02:12 ₹ 1,937
From Assisi 01:59 ₹ 1,695
From Spoleto 02:35 ₹ 2,098

Getting around From Florence, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Prato 00:16 ₹ 646
To Arezzo 00:40 ₹ 888
To Ferrara 01:00 ₹ 2,179
To Terontola 01:05 ₹ 1,130
To Chiusi 01:18 ₹ 1,533
To Bologna 01:23 ₹ 968
To Perugia 01:34 ₹ 1,533
To Padua 01:37 ₹ 3,148
To Orvieto 01:39 ₹ 1,695
To Modena 01:46 ₹ 1,372
To Assisi 01:54 ₹ 1,695
To Milan 01:58 ₹ 4,035
To Reggio Emilia 02:00 ₹ 1,614
To Venice 02:05 ₹ 3,632
To Foligno 02:08 ₹ 1,937
To Parma 02:15 ₹ 1,776
To Rovereto 02:20 ₹ 3,390
To Brescia 02:20 ₹ 3,551
To Treviso 02:24 ₹ 3,793
To Spoleto 02:28 ₹ 2,098
To Rome 02:36 ₹ 2,744
To Trento 02:37 ₹ 3,712
To Turin 03:00 ₹ 5,246
To Naples 03:05 ₹ 5,488
To Bolzano 03:13 ₹ 4,116
To Trieste 03:31 ₹ 4,358
To Udine 03:35 ₹ 4,358
To Salerno 03:46 ₹ 5,569
To Lugano 05:21 ₹ 5,892
To Bellinzona 05:49 ₹ 6,376
To Villach 06:12 ₹ 5,569
To Innsbruck 06:22 ₹ 3,955
To Klagenfurt 06:30 ₹ 5,569
To Montreux 06:39 ₹ 6,618
To Lausanne 06:42 ₹ 9,362
To Jenbach 06:49 ₹ 3,955
To Worgl 07:07 ₹ 2,340
To Kufstein 07:18 ₹ 2,340
To Geneva 07:33 ₹ 6,618
To Spiez 07:34 ₹ 9,039
To Arth Goldau 07:38 ₹ 6,618
To Bern 07:59 ₹ 9,765
To Bruck An Der Mur 08:30 ₹ 6,376
To Zurich 11:11 ₹ 6,618
To Dijon 11:35 ₹ 9,200
To Munich 11:40 ₹ 3,955
To Paris 12:30 ₹ 9,200
To Vienna 15:28 ₹ 4,762
To Leoben 15:29 ₹ 6,376

While you're there

Florence, the capital of Tuscany region, Italy

Florence (Firenze in Italian) is nestled within the Tuscan region of northern Italy and surrounded by rolling vineyards and olive groves. Visitors are just as beguiled by the beauty of the city itself as they are by the paintings and sculptures found in its many museums. The city was home to many well-known artists, writers, explorers, and scientists. Amongst its most famous residents were Leonardo da Vinci, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo and Galileo. Famous for its rich history and considered as the birthplace of Renaissance the city is nowadays a popular tourist destination and is ranked as a UNESCO World heritage site. Many of Florence’s churches are works of art in themselves. The most famous of the city’s churches is the Santa Maria del Fiore, known simply as the Duomo.

Start your visit from the historic city centre, Piazza del Duomo, where the Baptistery and the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore face each other. Built in the 13th century, the cathedral is a bold and majestic piece of architecture with a fantastic view over the city. It is Florence’s most recognisable symbol and glimpses of its majestic dome can be seen around nearly every corner of the city. On the façade side of the cathedral is the campanile of Giotto, which also has fine views of the city. In front of the Cathedral stands the older, Romanesque-style Baptistery of San Giovanni.

Walking along the lively Via dei Calzaiuoli, you will pass by Orsanmichele, a 14thcentury building that started out life as a granary. At the far end of Via dei Calzaiuoli you will arrive at the Piazza della Signoria, the political heart of the city. You can visit the museum in the Palazzo della Signoria, which is also home to the seat of Florence City Council. The interior courtyard has a magnificent fountain made by Verrocchio and its frescoes by Vasari. Near the Piazza della Signoria, is the imposing Uffizi Gallery. Designed by Vasari in the 16th century, it is now one of the most important museums in the world. The gallery contains paintings from early masters like Cimabue and Giotto. Continuing on from Ponte Vecchio, you will arrive to Piazza Pitti, which is dominated by the façade of the majestic Palazzo Pitti. Don’t miss the Accademia Gallery, to discover Michelangelo’s celebrated David.

The food in Florence is fresh and locally produced. Antipasto plates (before the meal) are the highlights, especially when served with a good Chianti (red Italian wine), and of course, pizza is served up in abundance as well.

Head towards Piazza Santo Spirito, where you can soak up the lively atmosphere of this corner of the city. The neighbourhood is packed with craft trades, and has a very authentic feel to it.

Florence Tourist Office
Via Alessandro Manzoni, 16 Florence
+39 055 23320

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Florence can be found.

Florence railway station(s)

Firenze Campo Marte Train Station

Firenze Campo Marte Train Station

Address: Via Mannelli 50132 Florence

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6:20am to 9pm
Saturday: 6:20am to 9pm
Sunday: 5am to 12:30am

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Intercity trains
Ticket office, Assistance for disabled persons, Newsstand, Waiting rooms, Tourist Information Office, Toilets.

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Firenze Santa Maria Novella Train Station

Firenze Santa Maria Novella Train Station

Address: Piazza della Stazione, 10 50123 Florence

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:15am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:15am to 1:30am
Public holidays: 4:15am to 1:30am

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Le Frecce, Italo), Night trains (Thello), Regional trains
Information Point, Lost and found, Pharmacy, Police station, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet and Public Phone cabins.

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Firenze Rifredi

Address: Via dello Steccuto 50141 Florence


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Customer reviews

  • "Excellent trip"    
    Very relaxing journey between Florence and Rome. The staff on the train were very helpful and polite and the train was on time at every point. Station facilities were excellent and booking the trip online was very straightforward.  
  • "Great train trip"    
    Easy, cheap and comfortable! This train from Bologna and Florence is extremely convenient and I would recommend it to anyone!  
  • "Easy "    
    Relaxed and enjoyed the scenery on the comfortable, high-speed trip Florence to Venice. Personnel were nice and helpful; train was on time and easy to board and exit.  
  • "Train from Florence to Milan"    
    The train is very clean and seats are comfortable. Most importantly, they are always very punctual. I realise it is cheaper to buy the ticket on-line before travel and not when you are there. The price difference can be quite great.  
  • "A wonderful experience"    
    my family travelled in comfort and style from Firenze to Roma in a business class, and I paid for the tickets from special offers months ago, and these are worth it !  
  • "firenze-paris overnight train"    
    The journey could have been much more comfortable had one of us not been allocated the lower couchette. It is impossible to get a good night's sleep when part of the bed protrudes. We brought this to the attention of the steward but there was nothing she could do. It is the design of the seat. Also the blind on the door window would not close so light was coming in from the corridor. The steward in the dining car tried twice to short change us at breakfast so remember to check your change.. However, we would take the train again as it is so much better than flying.  
  • "Flrence - Venice - Mestre - Mi"    
    Rail in Europe is a wonderful way to travel the trains on all our journeys were clean and prompt. The only point is at Mestre Station there is no lift to move your luggage as family we have 4 pcs of luggage that becomes a problem lugging it down and then up. The porter service is available but at a fee not base on personal gratuity. Otherwise a great way to travel  
  • "smooth trip good service"    
    The train from Padova to Plorence was clean and organizrd, very pleasant rip. I wish ther could be a way of knowing whether the seat faces forward or back when the reservation is made. I can not ride facing back  
  • "Train Journey"    
    The train journey was smooth and comfortable and one of the best way to enjoy the views of the country side. This is my second trip within 5 months from Rome to Florence by train and would do this again if ever I will be visiting Florence again  
  • "Rail trip from Firenze to Roma"    
    Getting to the train station in Firenze was a breeze as we were well connected by the bus services driving by directly outside the train station. The trains arrived a little behind time but since we were on holiday, that wasn't much bother. The journey on the train over all was smooth and without drama. The ride was comfortable and the view was quite nice. I will recommend the trains for a short distance as such. Its really quite a pleasure riding these high speed trains.  
  • "Milano-Firenze"    
  • "Great Way to Travel"    
    The ride was smooth, the train left on time, and the stations are conveniently located. From what I could see, there were lots of trains. I wish that I hadn't rented a car out of Florence but instead had taken day trips by train to the Tuscany towns.  
  • "Fast train to Firenze"    
    very fast and comfy train ride. i appreciate the announcement for every stop.  
  • "Fun Trip"    
    we were very pleased with our trip between Rome and Florence. Seats were clean and comfortable. However, I would have expected that for first class we wouldn't have been restricted to one thimble size of espresso.  
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