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Florence is a city considered an open sky museum! During your journey through its narrow streets and nooks you will know a city full of wonderful monuments, true jewels of the history of art. In this map of Florence you can see the location of the main monuments, museums, squares, churches and tourist attractions of the city. By clicking on each icon you will be able to learn more about the attraction of your interest. You can also download the PDF file of the Florence map and print it.
What to see in Florence?
Florence is the capital of Tuscany and is a city in which its historical center looks like a museum, every step we take transports us and reminds us of the splendor of its great past. Florence is a city that stands out for its masterpieces of art, churches and marble buildings, squares with sculptures and monuments, bridges over the Arno river, and without a doubt, its almost unsurpassed food and winemaking makes it one of the cities you should visit.
Florence has many nooks and crannies that are waiting to be explored and many places that you can enjoy. The main points of interest are:
Uffizi Gallery: Piazzale degli Uffizi - Firenze
Accademia Gallery: Via Ricasoli, 60 - Firenze
David by Michelangelo: Via Ricasoli, 60 - Firenze
Pitti Palace: Piazza Pitti, 1 - Firenze
Palatine Gallery: Piazza Pitti - Firenze
Modern Art Gallery: c/o Palazzo Pitti, Piazza Pitti, 1 - Firenze
Boboli Gardens: Piazza Pitti, 1 - Firenze
Bargello Museum: Via del Proconsolo, 4 - Firenze
Medici Chapels: Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini, 6 - Firenze
San Marco Museum: Piazza San Marco, 1 - Firenze
Archaeological Museum: Piazza Santissima Annuziata - Firenze
Santa Maria del Fiore: Piazza Duomo - Firenze
Piazzale Michelangelo(Michelangelo Square): Firenze
Vasari Corridor: Lungarno degli Archibusieri, 2 - Firenze
Casa Buonarroti (Buonarroti House): Via Ghibellina, 70 - Firenze
Bardini Museum: Via dei Renai, 37 - Firenze
Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace): Piazza della Signoria - Firenze
Leaning Tower of Pisa: Piazza del Duomo - Pisa
How to get to Florence?
When organizing your trip to Florence, take into account that there are two airports that will allow you to arrive directly in Tuscany. However if your flight arrives in Milan, Rome or Bologna there is no problem, in a maximum of 2 hours by train you can reach Santa Maria Novella Station located in the historic center of Florence.
FLORENCE AIRPORT - PERETOLA (FLR): Its name is Amerigo Vespucci Airport also called Peretola Airport, it is located about 10 kilometers from Florence and from here you can easily reach Florence.
Volainbus - Airport Shuttle: This bus covers a direct route, without stops, between the Florence airport and the Santa Maria Novella train station, with a duration of about 30 minutes. This service operates from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. with outputs every 30 minutes and every 60 minutes from 8:30 p.m. to 00:30 a.m.
Taxi: Outside the Florence airport and the train station the Santa Maria Novella is the taxi stop.
Transfer service: It is possible to book a transfer service to and from the Florence Airport or the Santa Maria Novella train station. Book here.
PISA AIRPORT - SAN GIUSTO (PSA): Its name is Galileo Galilei International Airport. It is the most important airport in Tuscany and is located one kilometer from Pisa. It is an important gateway for those interested in visiting Tuscany and central Italy.
Train: The Pisa Airport station is located between the terminal and the P2 parking lot. The train journey from the Pisa Airport to the Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence takes approximately one hour and departs one train every half hour.
Terravision bus: The Terravision bus service runs from the Pisa Airport to the Santa Maria Novella train station in Florence and lasts about 70 minutes. Regarding the train, the frequency of buses is higher.
Transfer service: It is possible to book a transfer service to and from the Pisa Airport. Book here.
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