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Trains to Florence

Florence is the capital city of Tuscany, a province in the centre of Italy. Steeped in medieval and Renaissance history, the city is famous for fine wine and food, and amazing art and architecture. Every year, millions of visitors flock to the city, many of them arriving via the train station at Santa Maria Novella. Trenitalia runs local trains between Florence's Campo di Marte and Rifredi train stations, while the bus networks are run by ATF and Li-nea.

Which is the main train station in Florence?

Located on the Piazza della Stazione, Santa Maria Novella is the main train station in Florence. In addition to the local Trenitalia network, the station connects Florentine passengers with cities that include Bologna, Lucca, Viareggio, Livorno and Pisa. For other connecting journeys, the Santa Maria Novella coach station is nearby.

Which train companies offer trains to Florence?

In addition to local train networks, Trenitalia runs high-speed intercity services. Its Frecciarossa service connects Florence with Rome, Turin and Salerno. The Frecciargento service connects Florence with Rome, Venice and Padua. Italo also runs trains between Rome and Florence. The journey from Rome lasts between one and two hours.

Why travel by train to Florence?

Travelling by train to Florence is inexpensive, and allows the passenger to relax and enjoy the beautiful, Tuscan countryside.

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

The Duomo that sits at the heart of Florence is an amazing sight, covered in white and green marble. Incredibly, its red-bricked dome was not completed for 150 years following the building of the main structure. Today, visitors flock from all over the world to see Fillippo Brunelleschi’s masterpiece, and it has become the symbol of Florence. Not far from the Duomo is the Basilica di San Lorenzo. Filled with frescoes and sculptures, it houses the tombs of many Medici family members. Visitors should be aware that a number of Florence’s churches, art museums and palaces use a timed ticket entrance system. Because of its connection with the history of banking, Florentine tours dedicated to this theme are available from private operators. The majority of these tours encompass the city’s art and architectural heritage. Shoppers can seek high-quality fashion goods on the Via Tornabuoni, while excursions to the nearby towns of Fiesole and Settignano are among many Tuscan tours on offer.

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