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Florence - Bologna
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Italian trains: Frecciarossa| (99 Reviews)
The high-speed train service in Italy is called the Frecciarossa (Red Arrow). Your journey between Italy’s main cities, and from Northern Torino up to Salerno on the Amalfi Coast is quick -it travels at 360km/h (225mph)- comfortable and safe. (...)
Italian trains: Italo| (36 Reviews)
Italo is the high speed train operated by a second railway company in Italy, NTV (Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori). Italo is a beautiful and modern red train, travelling at up to 360km/h. It connects major Italian cities taking just 1h 08 to reach (...)
Main stations in Florence and Bologna
Firenze Campo MarteOpening 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.
Firenze Santa Maria NovellaOpening 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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Travel inspiration in Florence and Bologna
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.
In Bologna, let yourself be surprised
Student city Bologna’s noble past lives on in its towers, churches and palaces and the interlocking piazzas and colonnades of blood-red brick, the colour of Bologna’s greatest gift to students everywhere – spaghetti Bolognese.