How to get to Florence
Florence is well-connected with the rest of Italy and with Europe, and is easy to get to by air or land. In the last few years there has been a significant increase in traffic in and out of Florence's Vespucci Airport, and the infrastructure and facilities are constantly being upgraded.
Florence is also a key node on the Italian railway network. It has good connections with the main cities in the north, while to the south Rome is only about an hour and a half away. Work on the Bologna-Florence stretch of the high-speed railway line (TAV, Treni Alta Velocità) is at an advanced stage, and a new station is due to be built in Florence.
The A1 motorway, the main road artery linking the north and south of the country, runs past Florence, which has four exits. A third lane is currently being built on the Barberino-Incisa stretch of the A1. The A11 motorway and the Florence-Pisa-Livorno (FI-PI-LI) dual carriageway link the city with the west (Tyrrhenian Sea) coast.
Read full article "Bus Pass for Florence"
Arriving in Florence in a coach bus? Here are drop off and pick up points for your passengers as well as information on the bus passes available and how to get them.
Read full article "Flying into Florence"
Useful details on Florence's Amerigo Vespucci Airport and on getting into downtown from the airport.
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General information on coach companies that travel to Florence, Italy from other parts of Italy and Europe.
Read full article "Reaching Florence by Train"
General information on getting to Florence by train and on the main train stations in the city center.
Read full article "Getting to Florence by Car"
Useful information on roads and parking for anyone interested in getting to Florence by car.