So, you’re considering a Rome to Florence day trip. After hours of desperately trying to experience the Uffizi Gallery via the virtual reality tour available on their website, you’ve decided that a remote tour of Florence from Rome isn’t going to cut it. And now, you’ve turned your attention to figuring out the details of how to get up north. But, you’re not quite sure where to start. Don’t worry. We’re here to help. First up, the question we know you’ve been asking yourself: “how do I travel from Rome to Florence?” Now, obviously, there are a number of ways. If you’ve got a car - rental or otherwise - you could drive. It’s just over a three-hour drive so, an early start would be required.
If you don’t fancy manning the wheel, then you could opt for the bus. But, bear in mind that this too is a three-hour journey.
The best bet, in our book, is to jump on a train and shoot straight up. “How long is the train time from Rome to Florence?,” I can hear you asking. It comes in at just under an hour and a half, which is great. A couple of episodes of something or other on your favorite, handheld, fruit-based device and you’ll be in Florence before you even know it. Alternatively, if you don’t feel like lifting a finger. If you want to sit back and relax. Then, you could look into a Rome to Florence tour that would organize travel and transport for you.
Once you’re there, let yourself be carried away by one of Italy’s most beautiful cities. Florence is the birthplace of the Renaissance and the beating heart of Tuscany. Few cities can rival its romance, food, and art.
There is, of course, the Duomo, Florence’s centerpiece, and most iconic landmark. The staggering beauty of its pink, white and green marble facade paired with the structures dominating dome make it a must-see. Then, there’s the Uffizi Gallery which is home to the world’s greatest collection of Renaissance Art and where you can see the world-renowned Statue of David. The Mercato Centrale will satiate your appetite with its huge variety of stalls where you can sample authentic Florentine food. All that, and we’ve only scratched the surface. There really is no end of things to do, making a Rome to Florence day trip an absolute must.