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Florence

Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance and the home of the Medicis, is world famous for its art galleries and churches. Pleasant walks can be taken along the River Arno and across its bridges. The most famous of these is the Ponte Vecchio, lined with jewellery shops. A stroll through the narrow back streets of the Sante Croce area takes visitors into the heart of medieval Florence. A climb up the Campanile of the Duomo gives magnificent panoramic views across Florence and the Tuscan countryside. Visitors to the city will find over 80 museums to enjoy. One of the best known is the Uffizi Gallery, which has a fine collection of Renaissance art, including works by Boticelli and Titian. A visit to Piazzale Michelangelo, reached by stairs and paths, is worth making in the evening to look back at the lights of the city. After a day of sightseeing, enjoy some of Florence's wonderful shopping opportunities, from the markets of San Lorenzo to the most famous shops in the world, such as Prada, Armani and Gucci.

Flights to Florence

The historic city of Florence is a World Heritage Site and attracts visitors at all times of the year. This beautiful, medieval gem is famed for its artistic and cultural heritage, and is also a major player in the contemporary Italian fashion industry. It's easy to fly direct to Florence from the UK, Europe and further afield. Florence Airport is an international hub, although Pisa International Airport is the main airport for the region and is located just over 50 miles away from Florence.     

Which is the main airport in Florence?

Florence Airport Peretola was previously known as Amerigo Vespucci Airport and is the only international airport serving the city of Florence. The airport is located just over two miles from the city centre, which is easy to access by car, taxi, bus or tram. Florence Airport is the base for Vueling which operates direct flights to Florence from Gatwick and a lot more European cities. However, Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa is the major airport for the whole region and handles more than 5 million passengers each year. Both Florence and Pisa Airports have been operated by Toscana Aeroporti since 2015 in order to create a unified airport service for Tuscany and its surrounding areas.    

Which airlines offer flights to Florence?

Vueling, British Airways and TUI offer services direct to Florence Airport, with more flights in the peak summer season. Most flights from the UK leave from the main London airports, however, UK travellers can fly into Pisa Airport from a wider range of locations. Ryanair operates a large number of UK and European flights into Pisa International Airport.

Why travel by plane to Florence?

Flights from the UK to Florence take less than two hours 30 minutes, so this is easily the quickest and most relaxing way to travel to the city. Visitors arriving at Pisa International Airport can use affordable public transport to reach Florence, and journeys take around one hour, so planning the entire journey including the flight and city transfer should be easy.

Before you travel to Florence by plane - good to know!

Travelling to Florence makes for an exciting trip; this beautiful city launched the Renaissance period in Europe and is home to some of the most iconic art and architecture in the world. Passengers arriving at Florence Airport will find frequent shuttle buses to the city operate throughout the day and night. Getting around downtown Florence is far easier on foot as the city is compact and visitors will be entranced by the secret walkways and alleys crisscrossing the Old Town.  The beautiful house and gardens of the Villa Demidoff are located just 30 minutes from the city's centre and are a good place to enjoy a day out away from the summer crowds.

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