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Getting there and around Florence
Getting to Florence is very easy from any Italian city, because the city is an important rail and road. Also, in recent years have significantly increased air links with foreign countries.
From Rome (274 Km) or Naples (472 Km), the A1 will lead you to your destination: exit Firenze Sud | From Milan (305 km) leads to the A1 highway to Florence via Bologna (110 km) | From Venice (261 km) and from the northeast in general, follow the A13 Bologna-Padova and continue on A1 up to Florence | Coming from the Tyrrhenian coast, from Genoa, Pisa and Lucca, will join the A11 Florence-Pisa.
Firenze si trova sulla linea Milano-Roma, con veloci e frequenti collegamenti in entrambe le direzioni. Da Venezia esistono collegamenti diretti o con rapido cambio a Bologna. Chi proviene da Genova o dalla costa tirrenica deve cambiare a Pisa alla quale Firenze è collegata da numerosi treni diretti.
Per gli orari consultare il sito di Trenitalia (www.trenitalia.com).
Florence Airport Amerigo Vespucci (FLR) (Via Termine 11 50127 Florence Tel 0039-0553061300 / 3061355) connects with all major Italian airports and airports in Europe, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Bacau, Frankfurt , Geneva, Copenhagen, London Gatwick, Madrid, Monaco, Paris, Tirana and Timisoara. The most important airfields, however, Tuscan Pisa International Airport Galileo Galilei (PSA), which connects the city with all major Italian and European destinations.
Amerigo Vespucci Airport - Visit the official site www.aeroporto.firenze.it
Transfer Terravision G. Galilei Airport - Visit the official site www.terravision.eu