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from Florence to London

You can get from Florence to London by train, bus or flight.

Our recommendation

To get from Florence to London on 19 Oct we recommend taking a flight because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

18:10Florence Peretola Airport4h10 21:20London Heathrow Airport
1 changes
£2321One-way
Cheapest
17:40Florence Peretola Airport15h00 07:40London Heathrow Airport
1 changes
£1571One-way
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06:50Florence Peretola Airport4h50 10:40London Heathrow Airport
1 changes
£2321One-way
12:40Florence Peretola Airport4h45 16:25London Heathrow Airport
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£2321One-way
17:40Florence Peretola Airport15h30 08:10London City Airport
1 changes
£1571One-way

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Tue
19 Oct
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£157KLM
Wed
20 Oct
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£157KLM
Thu
21 Oct
£93Flixbus
£89Iberia
Fri
22 Oct
£110Flixbus
£75Vueling
Sat
23 Oct
£93Flixbus
£137Air France
Sun
24 Oct
£119Flixbus
£268Vueling
Mon
25 Oct
£88Flixbus
£223KLM
Tue
26 Oct
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£125KLM
Wed
27 Oct
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£140KLM
Thu
28 Oct
£149Flixbus
£197KLM
Fri
29 Oct
£140Flixbus
£374Vueling
Sat
30 Oct
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£175KLM
Sun
31 Oct
£123Flixbus
£197KLM
Mon
1 Nov
£118Flixbus
£206Vueling
Tue
2 Nov
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£156Vueling
Wed
3 Nov
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£139BA Cityflyer
Thu
4 Nov
£81Flixbus
£69Vueling
Fri
5 Nov
£90Flixbus
£140Vueling
Sun
7 Nov
£97Flixbus
£165Vueling

Travel Information to London from Florence

distanceDistance749 miles (1208 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight
fastestFastest modeFlight • £98 • 2 h 10 min
carriersPopular travel companiesVueling

Travel 749 miles (1208 km) by flight from Florence to London. Vueling is the main travel provider operating this journey. Travellers can even take a direct flight from Florence to London.

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How to travel from Florence to London?

The journey from Florence to the UK's capital, London, is an easy one to make and can be done with most airlines offering a short two-flight route, taking less around 5 hours including stopover time. Thanks to the popularity of the route, there are a number of airlines connecting through different stopover cities, so you can choose a flight and time that is best suited for you. This flexibility is perfect for those looking to travel from Florence to London at specific times of the day.  Stopovers at airports can range from 30 minutes to up to 4 hours but stopover times are included in the overall journey duration. 

What is the cheapest way to get from Florence to London?

The cheapest way to travel from Florence to London is by plane. Some airlines are cheaper than others. Budget-conscious travellers will find that cheaper flights are often booked quicker, can be at less convenient times of the day and have longer stopover times - but this isn't always the case! Well-known no-frills airlines such as Air France and Eurowings both serve the Florence to London route. Air France flights include a short stopover in Paris, whilst Eurowings flights have a longer changeover in Stuttgart. All flights depart Florence Pertrola Airport and most come into London Heathrow.  Air France offers flights three times a day, whilst Eurowings only have one daily departure. 

What is the fastest way to travel from Florence to London?

The fastest flight from Florence to London is with Swiss Airlines departing Florence Peterola Airport at 2:00 p.m. and coming into London Heathrow Airport at 4:40 p.m. time. This includes a short stopover for less than an hour at Zurich Airport. The entire journey takes only 3 hours and 40 minutes however it is advised that, even with only hand luggage, you allow at least 90 minutes to check-in. The second fastest flight available is with Lufthansa and departs Florence Peterola Airport at around 1:30 p.m. and comes into London City Airport at just before 4:30 p.m. This is inclusive of a 50-minute flight changeover in Frankfurt Airport. Travelling by plane is the fastest and only way to get from Florence to London, even when stopovers and check-in times are included. Most flights from Florence to London take between 4-6 hours including changeovers. There is no faster way to travel from Florence to London than by plane. 

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Travel from Florence to London by plane

Travelling by plane is the only option available when making the journey from Florence to London. All flights depart from Florence Peterola Airport, and thanks to the diverse amount of airlines serving this route, it is possible to leave at almost any time of the day. The earliest flight available is at 6:05 a.m. time, with the latest being at 8:25 p.m. Prices range dramatically depending on the airline and time of day, but there are prices to suit every budget. The arrival airport is usually London Heathrow which has exceptionally easy access to the city centre. Due to the sheer size of Heathrow Airport and it's huge amount of flight traffic, travellers should plan to spend some time getting from the plane to their chosen method of connecting to the city. Flight operators include Lufthansa, Air France, Swiss Air, Eurowings and Austrian Air. When flying with Lufthansa or Swiss Air, please check the arrival airport as some flights arrive at London City Airport instead of London Heathrow. Local connections from both London City Airport and London Heathrow are very strong. There are a number of coaches, trains and taxis that can bring you to your further destination. London Heathrow is also served by the London Underground which is the fastest and most convenient way to take you into the city centre. Both airports have arrival lounges complete with toilets, duty-free shops and tourist information. It is also possible to purchase tickets for local transportation or coaches from both airports upon arrival.