Expert Travel Advice to Florence

Top Answers To Florence Travel Questions

  • lonkidwell answered:
    Hi there, Well every cruise line will have organized Port transfer buses. You can acquire the tickets for these services on ship or have it charged on to your cruise card directly at the bus. Keep in mind your one way ticket charge from Livorno Central train station to Florence is €6.70 per person.For more information about cruise line transportation and their services you can visit http://www.koshertravelers.com/cruises/koshercruises.asp?expandable=0
  • Krystal answered:
    I have to agree with wat is posted and i found out that having a tour guide was great and I still had time to visit places in Rome, Venice, and Florence and I would go back in a heart beat . I would love to one day live their and stay their and enjoy the culture and explore where my family came from.
  • Mary Ann answered:
    Florence is about 200 miles from Venice. I would suggest taking a train from Venice to Florence. Depending on the time of day, it will take more or less 2 hours and cost between $60 (economy) and $85 (comfort). The hotel is about a 20 minute walk from the station or reachable by a 5 minute taxi ride. The other option is to rent a car in Venice and drive to Florence. It is a beautiful drive and involves mostly super highway. BUT, driving in Italy is not for the feint of heart and, at some time, you will need to leave the highway and navigate the streets of the city.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    My gut tells me it's better to wait, too. You may save yourselves some headaches by getting tickets ahead of time, but bear in mind that Italy at the end of October is much quieter than in high summer so you should be fine getting into most attractions quite quickly. Plus, yes, you will pay a service fee by booking ahead, and you lock yourself out of that sense of spontaneity that makes vacations great! After all, if it's raining cats and dogs, why take a tour of the Tuscan countryside when you could hole up in a fascinating museum, historic site, or trattoria?

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