Flights to Florence (IT)

Florence is the birthplace of the Renaissance and considered by many to be the cultural heart of Italy. It shouldn't come as a surprise then that this is one of the most visited international destinations for American holidayers. Florence boasts Airport, an international airport that is easily accessible from the city and services destinations in North America, as well as connections throughout Europe. You'll certainly want to leave yourself plenty of time to explore this city's fine museums and galleries. The Santa Maria del Fiore or Cathedral of Florence is perhaps one of the most recognisable sites in Florence. The Galleria delgi Uffizi is one of the finest art museums in the world, as is Bargello. For a romantic evening, buy a bottle of fine red wine and local baguettes and climb the surrounding hills for a lovely sunset scene in this historic city. Whether you are an avid art admirer or just a casual tourist, Florence is the perfect destination.

Italy is one of the most celebrated and visited destinations in the world. The Alp Mountains in the northern part of the country are world renowned for their beauty and the beaches along Italy's extensive shorelines are among the best in the world. Florence is located in the Tuscany area, known for its fabulous cuisine, rich history and great shopping. Many also enjoy the fantastic wine produced in the region, which complements the food perfectly. So whether looking for a ski holiday in the Alps or a warm, sunny getaway on the beach, Italy has something to offer everyone!
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Places of interest

  • Palazzo Pitti
  • Florence Cathedral
  • Ponte Vecchio
  • Fountain of Neptune
  • Piazza della Signoria

More info about your Florence city trip

  • Florence Tourist Information
  • Via Vittorio Emanuelle II, 62-64
  • 50134 Florence
  • Tel. (+39) 55 46 28 01

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1. London-Florence
04/03 - 06/03/2017 London-Florence Air France
2. Birmingham-Florence
13/11 - 02/12/2016 Birmingham-Florence Multiple Carriers
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3. Glasgow-Florence
23/11 - 15/12/2016 Glasgow-Florence Multiple Carriers
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4. Aberdeen-Florence
15/11 - 02/01/2017 Aberdeen-Florence Multiple Carriers
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5. Belfast-Florence
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6. Bradford-Florence
20/11 - 28/12/2016 Bradford-Florence Multiple Carriers
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7. Carlisle-Florence
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8. Cardiff-Florence
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Florence's Mediterranean climate brings summers similar in style to that of the UK, with sunny days interspersed with rainy periods, but the days are generally much warmer, with consistent temperatures of 25 to 30 degrees Celsius. Winters are cool and rainy, with good chances of snowfall. The city is stunning both under the summer sun and during the chilly winter months. November and December are popular for short breaks, when the Florence Noel Christmas Market begins.


The city centre caters to tourists visiting Florence for the region's rich art history, with paintings, sculptures and typical souvenirs found in most gift shops. The city is also home to numerous designer clothes shops such as Gucci. Jewellery is a very popular item here, with places like Italian Glass Collection making made-to-order one-of-a-kind pieces. Italian wines and spirits are a good choice to take home and can be purchased from Enoteca Mondovino.


Florence tends to put its own spin on its country's dishes. T-Bone steaks and paté are the city's specialities, along with tripe commonly served from street vending carts. Ice cream, or gelato made in Tuscany is considered to be some of the best, and most unique, in the world. Tourists will find international restaurants in the Mercato di San Lorenzo district in the city centre, while more traditional local restaurants are typically found on the outskirts, such as Al Tranvai.


If there's one thing Florence is famous for, it's wine production. The numerous vineyards in Tuscany produce some of the most well known Italian wines such as Chianti and the city's nightlife centres around good quality reds and whites with great prices on whole bottles. The bar at the Uffizi Museum is good for an intimate evening as it's open only to museum ticket holders, making it much quieter and secluded than other city bars.

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