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How to get to Florence

Florence is easily reached by plane, train or car. The city has its own international airport (Amerigo Vespucci) and Pisa International Airport is just 90 km away. Florence is a major high-speed railway hub with trains leaving regularly for the whole of Italy. Florence is located on the main Italian motorway, the A1, which connects Milan and Naples.

Florence “Amerigo Vespucci” airport is only 4 km far from the city center. There are several public and private services that connect the Amerigo Vespucci airport with Florence downtown.
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High-speed railway services connect Florence with Milan (approximately 2 h) and Rome (approximately 1h and 30 min.). The main railway station in Florence is Santa Maria Novella and it is also the terminus of the tramway line 2 starting from the Florence airport (to/from Florence downtown every 15 min; ticket price 4.5 € for a single run).
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The A1 (Autostrada del Sole) is the main motorway linking Florence to both Northern and Southern Italy, to the west to Genoa and to the French border (toll motorway).
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You can get more details on your round-trip to Florence checking the Florence Convention Bureau link:

The Auditorium is located at a walk distance from the historical “old-bridge” as well as all main hotels in Florence downtown. It can be reached walking from the main rail-way station “Santa Maria Novella” (15 min walking crossing the Arno River through the Amerigo Vespucci bridge – see Google Maps below) that is the terminus of the tramway line 2 that connects the railway station to the Florence airport (back and forth every 15 min; ticket price 4.5 € for a single run).