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Departure Sat, 12 Oct Return Fri, 18 Oct
LHR London
FLO Florence
return from £1,321
Departure Fri, 18 Oct Return Sun, 20 Oct
AGP Malaga
FLO Florence
return from £1,143
Departure Fri, 25 Oct Return Tue, 29 Oct
CPH Copenhagen
FLO Florence
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Departure Sat, 26 Oct Return Thu, 31 Oct
MAN Manchester
FLO Florence
return from £1,775
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London - Florence
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Trips to Florence

Florence travel

Florence, capital of Italy's Tuscany region, is a city which - once visited - is then reminisced upon for eternity. Located in a basin formed by the lovely hills of Careggi, Fiesole, Settignano and Arcetri, it not only provides mesmerizing and breath-taking views of the The Arno River flowing through the city, but its narrow streets also kindle various tales. The diverse climate, which explicitly exhibits the four seasons, the delectable food and its opulent wine are all worth experiencing. In addition to all these unavoidable attractions, Florence is well-renowned for its large number of enthralling masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture.

Things to do and places to see in Florence

This riverside city might set the standard of world's holiday destination very high. It hosts massive outdoor art museums, exquisite cathedrals and palaces that are recognised for their Renaissance architecture, colossal sculptures, promising views from the bridge over Arno River and from the summits of the hills surrounding the city.

Here is a guideline to help you better decide amongst the endless list of landmarks to visit and things to do during your trip to Florence.

  • Spend your evening experiencing a magnificent view of the city and esthetical architecture at Palazzo Pitti
  • Take a walk to remember up to Piazzale Michelangelo and observe a majestic view of the city
  • Taste the true flavour of Tuscan cuisine and visit Il Palagio at the four seasons hotel Firenze
  • Take a break from shopping and visit Basilica di San Lorenzo, a beautiful example of Renaissance architecture
  • Visit The Galleria dell'Accademia where several outstanding sculptures are exhibited, including the famous statue of David
  • Leave behind no regrets and visit the Piazza della Signoria which hosts the alluring grand palace Palazzo Vecchio
  • Visiting Florence and the overlooking Uffizi Gallery, which showcases art works of legends such as Leonardo di Vinci, is unquestionable
  • Indulge in the beauty of Ponte Veccho Bridge
  • Want to witness an incredible panoramic view of Florence? Climb to the top of Santa Maria Del Fiore cathedral.
  • Have a walk through the Boboli Gardens, a magnificent example of "green architecture".

Florence airports

Flights to Florence depart and arrive at Amerigo Vespucci Airport. It is the second busiest Tuscan airport and provides a wide range of terminal and airport facilities such as an ATM, duty-free shops, lost and found office, conference rooms, disabled facilities, car parking and car- rental facilities.

FAQ's about Florence

How far is Florence’s airport from the city centre?
Florence’s airport Gilbert Field is located 2 miles from the city centre.

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