Florence sights: Routes and the city in detail

Florence in 1 day by yourself: itinerary with descriptions

Florence in 1 day: self-guided walking itinerary, what to see in one day, sights on the map. Operating hours, online tickets, addresses, useful tips The itinerary of Florence in 1 day, presented on unitalia.ru, is very rich, so independent travelers staying in the city for several days may well break down and supplement it as they see fit.

The walk includes the main points of interest and allows you to see Florence’s most important historical sites. It is important to keep in mind that visiting galleries, museums and basilicas takes time, so we recommend buying tickets with priority access rather than wasting precious minutes waiting in lines.

Florence in a Day: A Walking Itinerary

Undoubtedly, the city deserves a full acquaintance, and 1 day is too short to immerse yourself in its history, culture and a whole ocean of art masterpieces. However, not everyone has the opportunity to stay in Florence for long. Walking itinerary unitalia.ru will be useful, first of all, for those who want to see as many sights as possible in a short time and keep in memory an unforgettable experience. Of course, going on a walk, do not forget to charge your camera, phone or other modern device, and free their memory, because you have to take pictures almost at every step. And don’t forget comfortable shoes!

Florence

What to see in Florence in 1 day: sights in an itinerary

Route description for 1 day in Florence

You are free to choose the starting and ending point, as well as visits to museums, according to your priorities and allocated time. Galleries and palazzos are full of masterpieces, so unitalia.ru recommends choosing the most important ones (you can’t visit everything even if you want to). The main thing is not to reduce the rhythm of the movement.

So, let’s go for a day in Florence! Italy for Italomancers wishes you to get the maximum pleasure from the walk!

Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

The complex of cult constructions, the bell tower and the cloister, was built by the Dominican monks from Bologna for almost a century, beginning in 1279. The magnificent marble façade was realized during the fifteenth-century reconstruction. The project was realized by Leon Battista Alberti and financed by Giovanni di Paolo Ruscellai, the patron of the arts and the man of the wool merchants’ family.

Santa Maria Novella

In the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella we can see Giotto’s Crucifixion and Guidi’s Trinity fresco, several stunning chapels, murals by Ghirlandaio and Spinello Arentino, Brunelleschi’s Crucifixion and bas-reliefs by Bandini, Bronzino’s Jesus Raising Daughter of Jaro and Vasari’s Madonna and Roses, a series of frescos by Lippi, majestic tombstones and much more. The works of art date back to the XIII-XVI centuries. In the complex there is a sacristy, museum, cloister and cemetery.

Working mode From 09:00 to 19:00, on Fri. – from 11:00, on Saturday until 17:30, on Sunday. – from 12:00 to 17:30
Address Piazza di Santa Maria Novella
Ticket price 7,50€ for adults, 5€ for ages 11-18, free for children under 11 and handicapped

For those who are familiar with one of the languages offered in the audio guide, it is recommended to use the audio and video materials of the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella.

Santa Maria del Fiore

The majestic Duomo, an outstanding architectural masterpiece, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is sought by everyone who comes to Florence for 1 day. It makes you tremble and admire, causes a storm of emotions and stays in your memory for the rest of your life.

Santa Maria del Fiori, Duomo Florence

Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore was built for almost 6 centuries, and on it worked the greatest masters of his time. It stood without a dome for 40 years and more than once witnessed tragic events. Its unique dome was created by the ingenious Filippo Brunelleschi, who found the right technical solution to implement the idea of the cathedral’s first architect, Arnolfo di Cambio. The foundation stone was laid in 1296, the temple was consecrated in 1436, and the marble facade in the colors of the Italian tricolor was added at the end of the XIX century.

The interior decoration of the Duomo is full of stained-glass windows, mosaics and works of art. The painting of the dome, made by Vasari and F. Zuccari, is worth a lot. There are burials of Brunelleschi and Giotto. If you want to climb the dome and the 87-meter Giotto’s Bell Tower, but need to understand that in this case the entire route of Florence in 1 day to go will not work.

The Duomo complex also includes a Museum, a Crypt, and a unique Baptistery, where all the notable Florentines of the Middle Ages were baptized. The latter was built in 1129, and the best masters of Italy worked on its interior. The floor of the Baptistery is paved with polychrome marble, the vault of the dome is decorated with gold mosaic (XIII-XIV centuries), and the entrance portals of the XIV-XV centuries have detailed bas-reliefs. – with detailed bas-reliefs.

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Working mode From the Duomo and Cripta from 10:00 to 16:30, the Baptistery and Bell Tower from 08:15 to 19:20, the Museum from 09:00 to 19:00.
Address Piazza del Duomo
Ticket price Single ticket: 18€. Entrance to the Cathedral is free.

Online purchase of the ticket will cost a bit more expensive, but it will give the opportunity to avoid the kilometer-long queue at the ticket office. Climbing the dome is mandatory, and strictly for a certain time.

Piazza della Signoria

Another jewel of Florence, you can not pass by under any circumstances. For centuries Piazza della Signoria has been the center of civic life in the city and the place of public executions and proclamation of acts of civil authority. The most important object of the square, formed in the middle of the 13th century, is the monumental Palazzo Vecchio, where the museum is located. The halls are filled with stunning frescoes and collections of paintings and sculptures. The building itself resembles a medieval fortress, above which rises a huge clock tower, which you can climb if you want.

Palazzo Vecchio Florence, Piazza della Signoria Florence

Operating hours of Palazzo Vecchio From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (October to March) and to 11 p.m. (April to September, December 26-30, January 2-6, March 25), Thursday until 2 p.m.
Address Piazza della Signoria
Ticket price From 4 euro, depending on the area visited.

Tickets to the Palazzo Vecchio

On the Piazza della Signoria is the famous Loggia Lanzi, originally intended for ceremonies and social gatherings. It got its name from the mercenary infantrymen “lanzi” who served Cosimo I de’ Medici. Under the vaulted arcade are several sculptural groups from the collection of the Uffizi Gallery.

In the square you can see Florentine masterpieces – Neptune Fountain, equestrian statue of Cosimo I de’ Medici, compositions “Judith and Holofernes” and “Hercules defeating Cacus”, as well as a copy of Michelangelo’s David.

Nearby, in Piazza del Mercato Nuovo, there is the Porcellino fountain with a bronze figure of a boar. They say you have to make a wish and rub its nose. Then it will surely come true. And if a coin you put on his tongue will fall under the bars, then the dream will certainly come true (within reasonable limits, of course, without fanaticism). Why not try it, walking around Florence for 1 day and dreaming of coming back here for at least a week.

Porcellino Fountain Florence, Fountain of the Boar of Florence

Uffizi Gallery.

The museum contains masterpieces of art by the great masters of the 13th through 20th centuries. Among them are works by Michelangelo and Raphael, Botticelli and Titian, Caravaggio and Giotto, Correggio and many others. The interiors of the Uffizi Gallery, its monumental staircases, mosaics, ceilings, and corridors with stunning views from the windows are interesting. True admiration is the “jewel box” – La Tribuna Hall (1581-83), specially designed by theatrical architect Bernardo Buonalenti to hold the most exquisite masterpieces.

Uffizi Gallery

The building was designed by Vasari to house the offices for the Florentine magistrates, hence the name. Construction began in 1560 and was completed 20 years later, after the death of the famous architect. A year later Francesco I de’ Medici, a passionate collector, ordered his collection to be moved into the covered loggia and to be accessible only to a select few by prior arrangement.

The family collection was bequeathed to Florence by Anna Maria Luisa, the last member of the direct line of the Medici family. It was officially opened to the public in 1769.

Working mode from 08:15 to 18:50
Weekends and Holidays Monday, 01/01 and 25/12
Address Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6
Ticket price Tickets are €12 at the box office, €2 for EU citizens aged 18-25, free for under-18s and handicapped persons.

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Ponte Vecchio

One of Florence’s symbols and one of its main attractions. The old bridge was built in 1345 and was designed by Neri di Fiorovanti. A century later there was a butcher’s market which was annulled by Ferdinando I de’ Medici at the end of the 16th century, 30 years after the appearance of the Vasari Corridor. The Grand Duke of Tuscany decided that jewelry shops would look much nobler on the Ponte Vecchio. The tradition is still followed to this day.

Ponte Vecchio Florence

The uniqueness of the ponte lies in its design features. It is literally clad on both sides with overhanging houses. In the middle there is an open platform, from which one can see the Arno River and the embankments. On one side is a bust of the Italian Renaissance master Benvenuto Cellini. This bridge has been preserved in its original form, it was the only one that was not destroyed during World War II.

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Palazzo Pitti

Luca Pitti intended to build a palazzo that would have dwarfed in scale the family seat of the Medici that he hated. The banker hired prominent architects but miscalculated his finances. Work was suspended, and soon Luca died. Almost a century later, the bankrupt heirs ceded ownership of the palace to Eleonora Toledo, first wife of Cosimo I de’ Medici, who almost doubled the size of the building and ordered an elevated passage between the two Palazzos Vecchio and Pitti, called the “Vasari Corridor”.

Palazzo Pitti

In the 18th century, the palace passed into the possession of the successors of the Dukes of Tuscany, members of the Lorraine House of the Habsburgs, whose rule was briefly interrupted by Napoleon. After Florence was declared capital of the united Italy in 1864, the palazzo was the royal residence until 1870.

Today the Palazzo Pitti houses the Palatine and Modern Art Galleries, the Treasure Collection of the Grand Dukes, the Museum of Fashion and Costume, the Imperial and Royal apartments.

Working mode from 08:15 to 18:50
Weekends and Holidays Monday, 01/01 and 25/12
Address Piazza De’Pitti
Ticket price Single ticket at the ticket office – 10 euro, reduced price 2 euro.

Behind the palazzo are the amazing Boboli Gardens with grottoes, sculptures and fountains. It is recommended to visit them if you have free time in Florence in 1 day. The cost of a full ticket is 6 euros.

Basilica of Santo Spirito

One of the main Florentine churches was begun in 1444 by Brunelleschi but two years later construction had to be halted because the master died without leaving any calculations or detailed drawings. As a result, the work dragged on for almost four decades, and the facade was never decorated. The 70-meter-high bell tower was added in 1503-70.

Basilica of San Spirito

Inside the basilica of Santo Spirito, medieval altarpieces, paintings and canvases have been preserved. There are copies of Michelangelo’s famous works of the mid-16th century – the Pietà in the right aisle and the Christ with the Cross in one of the chapels of the left aisle. In the sacristy you can also see a wooden crucifix made by Michelangelo at the age of 17 and many other works.

Working mode 10:00-13:00 and 15:00-18:00, the morning block is moved to 11:30-13:30 on Fri.
Address Piazza Santo Spirito
Ticket price free

Basically, you can end your walk here. The square is full of cozy cafes with inexpensive, by the standards of Florence, prices and colorful stores. It’s an authentic ambience all around. The piazza is particularly appealing in the evening, as there is no trace of the hustle and bustle of the market.

For those who feel empowered, have time to spare and don’t want to stop, we take a further 1 day trip around Florence on our own.

Santa Trinita Bridge

Bears the name of the nearby basilica through which our route will pass. The Bridge of the Holy Trinity, which connects the banks of the Arno, was built in stone in the mid-16th century by the architect Bartolomeo Ammanti, presumably according to sketches by Michelangelo Buonarotti. For the wedding of Cosimo II of the House of Medici and Maria Magdalena, Archduchess of Austria, the bridge was decorated in 1608 with allegorical statues of the four seasons.

Santa Trinita Bridge

During the Second World War, Santa Trinita Bridge was destroyed, but it was rebuilt in its original form, and even the figures raised from the river bed were reinstalled in their original places.

The bridge offers a great view of the Arno embankments and the famous Ponte Vecchio, which we met in the first part of our 1-day itinerary of Florence.

Basilica of Santa Trinita

The church of the Holy Trinity in Gothic style was erected on the site of a Vallombrosian monastery in the 13th century. Some 300 years later the Mannerist style was added to the façade, on the project of Buonalenti. At the end of the nineteenth century, the basilica was reconstructed, in the process of which many decorative fragments of the exterior were irretrievably lost and the baroque altar of Buontalenti was removed.

Inside the church are numerous chapels with paintings by renowned XV century masters. The most important of these are the cycles of frescoes in the Bartolini Salimbeni Chapel (right nave), in the Gothic style by Lorenzo Monaco, and in the Sassetti Chapel (right transept) by Ghirlandaio, with views of medieval Florence and images of several important Florentine persons added to sacred scenes.

Working mode 07:00-12:00 и 16:00-19:00
Address Piazza di Santa Trinita
Ticket price free
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If you wish, you can combine the walking tour with a hop-on hop-off tour bus or an hour-long eco-tour by electric car. Audioguides in Russian are provided in both cases.

Palazzo Strozzi

One of the few Renaissance palaces in Florence that has retained its original appearance. To build the palazzo the ambitious Filippo Strozzi, trying to outdo his rivals in “volume”, for several years after his return from exile bought up land near the residence and demolished the houses standing on it.

In 1489 the first stone was laid for the foundation of the Palazzo Strozzi. It was destined to be the largest palace Florence had ever seen. But Filippo died two years later without ever seeing his dream realized. The enormous financial burden of erecting the building fell on the shoulders of the heirs, who, with interruptions in their work, nevertheless completed the palace in 1538. Until 1937 it remained in the family ownership, and in 1999 it was transferred to the state. Today the palace houses municipal institutions and exhibitions.

Working mode 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., on Thursdays until 11 p.m.
Address Piazza degli Strozzi
Ticket price Full ticket €13, reduced price €10 for under 26 and over 65 years old.

Piazza della Repubblica

At the end of a long walk you can visit Piazza della Repubblica, where in Roman times there was a forum, in the Middle Ages a ghetto, and during the Risorgimento period the area was cleared and houses and churches were massively demolished. Today, Piazza della Repubblica is full of cafes, street artists and musicians. A stylized Tuscan carousel has been installed in the square.

Map of sights along the route for 1 day in Florence

For the convenience of making an independent walk, unitalia.ru suggests using a map.

Florence in 1 day

We hope that our 1-day itinerary for Florence will be useful for you and that your trip to Italy will be unforgettable!

Florence tours

Russian-speaking guides lead interesting tours through the museums, galleries and basilicas of Florence. They offer walking tours and car rides outside the city.

Hop-on hop-off buses for 24, 48 or 72 hours in Florence are one of the most popular attractions in the city. 2 fascinating itineraries, an audio guide in Russian and free Wi-Fi on board!

How to save on hotels

You can and should look for hotels not only on bookings! Italy for Italian lovers recommends Hotellook, which will help you find and compare many hotel rentals on several booking sites at once!

What to see and where to go in Florence

Florence is an open-air museum, a Renaissance wonder, the city has great restaurants, fascinating tours, and a fantastic atmosphere of Florence.

Sunny Florence is located in the heart of Italy. The picturesque hills of Tuscany have long been a popular tourist destination. There are several reasons for that: mild climate, healing thermae, rich nature and, of course, the birthplace of the Renaissance.

Travelers admit that even a short holiday in Florence gives a sea of wonderful memories: the aesthetic pleasure of works of art, great shopping, great food.

City panorama

The main points about the city

Where does Florence begin, sights, accommodations and adventures…

Florence welcomes tourists with its usual hospitality, and every day the Peretola International Airport receives hundreds of guests worried about how to get to the city and where to stay.

Piazza della Signoria

There are municipal buses, Florence public transport runs from 6 am to 23:30 at night.

A cab service is available around the clock. Transfer, like a hotel, is best booked in advance.

Facade of Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore

Respectable and expensive hotels in Florence, as a rule, get good reviews from grateful guests. Cheap hotels offer the appropriate service.

At the same time, inexpensive accommodation in Florence for students is difficult to find: hostels are constantly overcrowded, you need to book in advance. But would a burned out bulb in the lobby or paid Wi-Fi can spoil the mood, if the window is Florentine streets, all leading to the Duomo Square.

Brunelleschi Dome in the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore

Renting private accommodation in Florence is easy, as you can find offers from owners on the Internet.

In the city of Florence there are apartments and rooms for rent, but not everyone can afford it.

Statue of Neptune and fountain in Piazza della Signoria

For this reason, the main attractions of Florence have become part of the bus routes. Tour operators have done everything possible so that people with little money have the opportunity to visit the Uffizi and Pitti Galleries, to see the paintings of the great masters of the Renaissance, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the statue of David sculpted by Michelangelo, the church, where Beatrice is buried.

Beautiful Florence, its main attractions, as well as free time for photos and market visits are organically woven into the programs of many bus tours.

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Piazza della Signoria

How do Rome, Florence and a vacation at sea come together in one itinerary?

Italy is a country with excellent roads. Traveling by rented car you can visit several cities and then stay for a couple of weeks in Viareggio or Rimini to enjoy swimming and sunbathing.

The roofs of the city

Routes how to get to the city

You can start your acquaintance with the capital. There are many ways to get from Rome to Florence:

  • By plane (ticket price €40, flight duration 1 hour and 20 minutes);
  • by bus with a connection in Siena;
  • independently by rented car (~350 km).

Piazza della Repubblica

The fascination of the city comes at first sight. Let’s start with the fact that Florence is located in a magnificent place with a mild climate, lots of sun and greenery. Except that the Arno river sometimes overflows, and then there are floods, which happens ~ once every 100 years.

In 1966, the water rose to 6 meters, then the national library was affected, 37 people died. At other times are beautiful and fresh Florence, sightseeing tour on foot at any time of year brings only positive emotions.

Ponte Vecchio, Florence's famous bridge

Where to go in the city

One day to fully explore the city of arts is not enough. The best way to see the most interesting things is to take a group tour, in which you usually realize that Florence deserves more attention.

In addition to museums and sculptures there are many cozy corners, where Michelangelo nurtured creative plans and suffered from love Dante Alighieri. It is also important that you can devote a few days to shopping, and you can buy everything in Florence, from gold and brand-name clothing to antiques.

Palazzo Vecchio

After spending all your money, go to the beach. The Adriatic and the Ligurian coast are places for “lazy” pastime. Another thing – the thermal resorts of Tuscany. The picturesque province has become for European intellectuals something like a holiday village, something akin to Voloshin’s Koktebel.

Americans have gone even further: they rent houses for several years and “dissolve” in provincial life.

Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Vecchio

Comfortable hotels and sanatoriums in the surroundings of Florence allow getting a full course of treatment. Tuscan Baths offer recovery procedures, cosmetic programs, massage, and much more.

This pleasure is expensive, but the effect of stay at the resort is tremendous. Therefore tickets and tours to Florence should be booked in advance.

Palazzo Vecchio Interiors

Classic budget combined tours are designed for a week of beach vacation plus a bus trip around the country. The route usually includes Rome, Venice, Florence, Pisa and a beach holiday in Rimini.

Pitti Palace

What to see in Florence in 1 day

How to see all the sights of Florence in one day and one night?

Travelling on your own in a rental car gives you more freedom of action. You can do a lot in a day, especially if you arrive in the city at dawn. The best time to visit the architectural monuments is early in the morning, when the streets are not yet crowded with tourists.

Palazzo Rucellai at the end of the street

If you’re well prepared and have a map, you can easily find the sights of Florence on your own and visit the museums. Palazzo Pitti and the Uffizi Gallery open early, at 8:30 you can get in almost no queue.

Afternoons are best spent exploring the cathedrals and squares, best with a guide.

You can book tours of Florence in advance via the Internet, the local guide’s story in Russian is usually informative and useful.

Cathedral Square

The heart of the city is the cathedral square. From morning until dark here crowds of tourists, street artists are working, musicians play, sellers offer to buy souvenirs.

At sunset

To get an idea of what you can buy in Florence, just visit the central market near the Cathedral of San Lorenzo. Hats and scarves, leather straps, wallets and purses, business cards and toys are represented here in huge quantities.

It is better to bargain in Italian or French, not everyone in Italy knows English, the Russian – a few.

Inside the Cathedral

For a change, you can just wander around the city, especially if you are traveling with children. Florence offers attractions for all ages. There are beautiful parks, viewpoints, and finally, delicious food.

Mercado Centrale

What to eat and where to eat

The city has many food outlets with a variety of cuisines, from trendy regional to family-friendly.

A full meal in a restaurant consists of a first meat dish, pasta, cheese and “dolce” – dessert.

Vegetable salads, fruits, great cheeses – everything is fresh and of excellent quality.

Grossi Florentino

Exquisite Florence owes its appeal to another attraction, a description of which can be found in the poems of poets and reviews of tourists. Tuscan wine is distinguished by its lightness, sunny bouquet and a special joy that fills the soul after the first sip.

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The Chianti Valley is considered the wine capital. Guests of Florence have the opportunity to taste wine from grapes, lovingly grown in these places.

At sunset

In the evening, stay up early to admire the sunset. Go to the Lungarno promenade, a favorite place for Florentine walkers. On the Benvenuto Cellini Bridge after dark, listen to music and watch street performers.

 A day's stay in Florence is rich with freedom and happiness. There is, however, much more to discover.

The most interesting tours of Florence and its surroundings

Exhausted by the contemplation of high Renaissance art, tourists buy excursions from Florence to other Italian cities to see the romantic Venice, the legendary Pisa.

From Florence a little over an hour by bus to Siena (55 km), the same distance to San Gimigliano, where you must necessarily throw a coin into the well, to make the cherished wish come true.

A well in San Gimigliano

Trains on the route Florence – Pisa are sent several times a day, so even if you do not have a car the question of how to get to the Leaning Tower, solved easily.

Le Terrazze

A full Italian vacation is not limited to the masterpieces of great artists in Florence and wine tasting. A trip through the expanse of magnificent green Tuscany allows you to enjoy the quiet, pristine beauty.

Tidy vineyards, olive groves, green hills are good not only in summer, but even in December. Visiting medieval villages, small sleepy towns is a great way to take a break from the hustle and bustle.

Greve in Chianti, a commune in Florence, Italy

One of the favorite activities of Russians abroad is traditionally considered a rampant shopping. For shopping, you do not need public transportation, because in Florence all the main shopping points are concentrated in the center.

Florentine Market

What to buy as a gift

Comments on what you can buy in Florence and how to distinguish a quality product from a cheap knockoff.

Sellers in stores and markets generously advertise locally produced goods, products of famous couturiers, as well as Chinese consumer goods.

The choice of location and seller depends on what you want to buy in Florence and how much you are willing to spend.

San Lorenzo Market

  • Modest income of the budget tourist is probably enough only for souvenirs and a couple of bottles of cheap, but still delicious wine.
  • Affluent gentlemen are more thorough in solving the problem. Forums on what to buy in Florence, reviews of happy owners of quality things indicate that the shopping here is above all praise. Brand goods from the world’s best manufacturers are sold in stores at reasonable prices.
  • Florence, like Milan, is known for good taste. Italians themselves come here for clothes. Choosing what to buy, first of all pay attention to jackets, bags, gloves: leather goods in Florence are of high quality, as evidenced by reviews on the Internet.
  • Gold is sold on the Ponte Vecchio bridge. The structure, built in the XIV century, has kept its original appearance, jewelry shops have turned into stores, and the bridge became known as the Golden Bridge.
  • Antique and pseudo-antique stores are of great interest to collectors. You can tell the genuine from the kitsch by the price.
  • The frivolous gourmets on the question of what you can buy in Florence, always answer unambiguously: olive oil, cheeses, wine, sweets.

San Lorenzo Market

A worthy souvenir will be the product of contemporary artisans. Paintings depicting Florence and its attractions, as well as books containing photos and descriptions of cathedrals, squares and exhibitions, are ideal for gifts to friends.

Where to stay in the city

Not every oligarch can afford to buy an apartment in the city, which is called the “soul of Italy”. The happy owners of real estate have access to all the pleasures of the world. Luxurious beaches of Florence are in a hundred kilometers from the city, Liguria or Viareggio can be reached in an hour by car.

If you have enough money, buy a house in Florence – you will not regret it!

Streetcar No. 1

What is the public transport of Florence and where to buy tickets?

Historic Center

Russians who are not used to walk long distances usually rent bikes, scooters and cabs. Urban public transportation in Florence is represented by buses and river streetcars.

Buses run according to a schedule, and almost all depart from the train station. Tickets are sold in kiosks, as well as in hotels and bars – wherever there is a bright “ATAF” sign. Tickets cost 1,20€ for 90 minutes, if bought inside the bus you pay 2€. Penalty for bus rides without a ticket is 45€.

Another way to travel around Florence is by bus with a guide who speaks Italian and Russian.

The Sky of Tuscany

Days spent under the skies of Tuscany can completely change the attitude towards life. An ordinary excursion from Rimini or from Rome to Florence becomes an unforgettable experience.

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