How to reach Florence
By plane: from Europe to the airports of Florence or Pisa. From other continents to the airports of Rome or Milan. Florence: the Peretola (Amerigo Vespucci) airport is small but very efficient. It was opened about 10 years ago and is about 5 Km. from the historic center. Pisa: from the Galileo Galilei airport we suggest you reach the station by bus or taxi (distance: about 3 Km.) and then take a train to Florence (distance: about 80 Km.). Rome: from the Fiumicino (Leonardo Da Vinci) airport
you have to take the train to the central railway station Roma Termini (distance: about 15 Km.) and then the train to Florence (distance: about 280 Km.).
Milan: from the Malpensa or Linate airports there are buses which take you to the central railway station of Milan (distance: Malpensa about 45 Km. and Linate 10 Km.). Then you have to take the train to Florence (distance: about 300 Km.).
By train: from the main European and Italian railway stations to the central railway station Firenze Santa Maria Novella.
By bus: there are many bus lines which take you from the main European cities directly to Florence. The most famous is Eurolines.
By car: from the Italian motorways ("autostrade") to the exit of Firenze Nord
(from Bologna), to the exit of Firenze Mare (from Genoa), to the exit of Firenze Sud
or Firenze Certosa (from Rome).
Weather in Florence
December, January, February: 0/10° C variable and cloudy - March: 10/20° C variable, windy and rainy - April, May: 15/25° C sunny and mild - June, July, August: 20/35° C sunny and humid - September, October: 15/25° C sunny, windy and mild - November: 10/20° C rainy
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