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Florence Highlights Tour from Rome by High-Speed Train


DURATION: 12 hours


FREQUENCY: Tuesday – Sunday (April – October)


MEETING POINT: Vodafone Shop inside Termini train station, before the entrance of Gate B (in front of platform #9)


Reach Florence by high-speed train saving time to explore the city in complete freedom. Enjoy a gourmet walking tour and learn about the city’s street food. Discover the Palazzo Medici and Vecchio or take a tour of the Uffizi and Accademia Gallery.
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Florence Tour from Rome by High-Speed Train Highlights

  • 12-hour tour from Rome to Florence exploring the city’s highlights 
  • Take a high-speed train to/from Rome to save time
  • Learn about the Medici Family and their intrigues
  • Discover the most typical street food Florence has to offer
  • See the Palazzo Medici, and the Palazzo Vecchio
  • Enjoy a 2-hour walking tour of the Uffizi and Accademia

Florence Tour from Rome by High-Speed Train Inclusions

  • Greeter on departure at Terminal Railway Station in Rome
  • Greeter on arrival at Santa Maria Novella Station
  • Round-trip high-speed train tickets from Rome to Florence
  • 2-hour small group walking tour of Florence
  • A glass of Chianti wine with local cheese & salami, coccoli, and a delicious Gelato
  • Audio headsets if required

Tour Exclusions

  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tour of the Accademia Gallery (optional)
  • Tour of the Uffizi Gallery (optional)

Meet your greeter at Termini station and with their help, board a high-speed train to reach Florence quickly, saving lots of time. Upon arrival, your guide will welcome you and give you information about the optional activities in Florence — you can even add a last-minute tour of Accademia and Uffizi galleries.

You will then learn about the Medici Family and their intrigues in Florence during a gourmet walking tour, where you also discover the most typical street food Florence can offer. The Medici story began when they migrated to Florence from a little town in Tuscany. Through banking, commerce, and religious influence, the Medici Family became one of the most powerful families in Florence. While learning this history you will taste some of the best products of the Florentine food culture such as a Gottino (glass of Chianti wine), a selection of traditional Salami, as well as a delicious home-made Gelato. Your professional guide will escort you on a tour across years of history, safely preserved within the architecture, palaces, churches, and art that were sponsored by the Medici Family. During the tour you have the opportunity to observe Palazzo Medici and Palazzo Vecchio (the most important civil building in the city). You also learn about the open air sculptures found within the Loggia della Signoria as well as the Pitti Palace, which was home to the Medici family. Strolling along the banks of the Arno will bring you to Ponte Vecchio, a bridge famous for its beautiful gold jewelry. On the top of the bridge is the hidden Vasari Corridor, which allowed the Medici family to travel secretly and safely from their home at Pitti Palace to the government building, Palazzo Vecchio.
  • Upon arrival, you will have the option to buy a Skip-the-line Uffizi or Accademia Gallery small group tour
  • The tour is not wheelchair accessible
  • Wear comfortable shoes and be ready for any weather conditions
  • The operator is not responsible for any delay due to the state railways and suppliers of rail service in the event of sudden strikes, natural disasters, and any event which might cause delays during the day
  • Wheelchairs and strollers cannot be accommodated on this tour, visitors must be able to ascend and descend paths and stairs


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