Florencia

Round trip to Florence by high-speed train

from 110,00

Spend an entire day in one of the most important cities of the art world, traveling at your pace. Includes the hotel pick-up transfer, round-trip train ticket to Florence and assistance at the Rome station.

Spend an entire day in one of the most important cities of the art world, traveling at your pace. Includes the hotel pick-up transfer, round-trip train ticket to Florence and assistance at the Rome station.

Pick up from the hotel between 6:30 am and 6:45 am in the morning for the transfer to the train station, where our assistant will give you the tickets and all the information you need.

At 7:15 am, departure in the direction of Florence, arriving at the Santa María Novella station at 08:45 h.

All day free to visit this unique and fascinating city.

At 19:05, return to Rome from Santa Maria Novella station (we recommend being at the station 20 minutes before departure).

Arrival at the station in Rome at 20:45. End of services.

What is included in this tour?
  • Assistance at the Roma station
  • High-speed train ticket
  • Free pick-up service at the hotel
  1. Rome Start of the tour

    Pick up from the hotel between 6:30 am and 6:45 am in the morning for the transfer to the train station, where our assistant will give you the tickets and all the information you need.

    At 7:15 am, departure towards Florence, arriving at the Santa María Novella station at 8:45

  2. Florence The cradle of the Renaissance

    All day free to visit this unique and fascinating city.

  3. Rome End of our services

    At 19:05, return to Rome from Santa Maria Novella station (we recommend being at the station 20 minutes before departure).

    Arrival at the station in Rome at 20:45. End of services.

Ponte Vecchio (Florencia)

Ponte Vecchio (Florence)

It is believed that it was a bridge initially built in wood by the Romans, shortly after the founding of Florence. Throughout its history, it has undergone various reconstructions. Since always it has contained different stores (mainly jewelry stores) and great commercial activity; according to the legend because the bridge was exempt from taxes and fees. It is also believed that the term "bankruptcy" originated in this bridge, because when a seller could not pay his debts, his table or stand for sale, was broken by the soldiers: bank + bankruptcy = bankruptcy. By not having a table the merchant could no longer sell his merchandise.