Map and how to get there

Attractions Restaurants

Nearest travel links

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How to get there

- Fly to Pisa with Ryanair or EasyJet from several UK airports: Leeds/East Midlands/London

- Local taxis are readily available - fares no more than 20 Euros from Florence airport

- Local buses “Vola in Bus” run regularly between Florence airport and the city centre

- Inexpensive local train service (www.trenitalia.com) between Pisa Airport and Florence

- Car hire available from www.europcar.it / www.hertz.it / www.maggiore.it/

Getting to Florence is very easy and also fairly inexpensive. Florence has are two international airports. One is on the north side of Florence, the Amerigo Vespucci Airport (FLR) which is just a 20 minute taxi or bus ride into the city centre and the other is in Pisa, the Galileo Galilei Airport (PSA) which is approximately 80 km. from Florence and which has regular train and bus connections to Florence (Santa Maria Novella). You will find many of the low cost airlines such as Ryanair, EasyJet, AirOne, Jet2 fly direct to Pisa and all the major companies such as Alitalia, Meridiana, Lufthansa, British Airways fly direct to Florence from London, Frankfurt, Paris, Monaco, Barcelona and many more European cities.

There are shuttle buses connecting Florence airport and Florence train station (Santa Maria Novella – S.M.N) with departures about every half hour. You can choose between two companies - “Terravision” or “Vola in Bus”. The “Vola in Bus” service is run by the local Florence bus company and tickets cost around 5 euros. The journey takes about 30 minutes. You can also catch a taxi to Florence and the trip costs around 20 euros depending on how much luggage you have.

From Pisa airport to Florence train station (Santa Maria Novella – S.M.N) there is a regular and inexpensive train service. Pricing and timetables can be found on www.trenitalia.com the Italian railway company’s officiale “Trenitalia”. The journey takes just over 1 hour. From Florence train station we recommend you getting a taxi to the property.

For further information on driving in and around Florence, parking, transport, bike and car hire then you check out the Florence town’s council website in the English language : http://en.comune.fi.it/index.html

Experienced multilingual staff are always available to assist guests in their every need; meeting and greeting guests on arrival, assistance with booking tickets or reserving tables at one of the typical Florentine restaurants and arranging private car transfers with driver for excursions in and around Tuscany and much more.