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Florence is a city in central Italy and the capital city of the Tuscany region. It is the most populated city in Tuscany. Florence was a centre of trade and finance in the medieval Europe.
Historians and academicians consider the place to be the origin of Renaissance. It has been recognized as “the Athens of the Middle Ages”.
Florence Airport, Peretola
Airport Code: FLR
Focus City For: Vueling
Location: The airport is located 8 miles (13 km) of the city centre of Florence in Peretola. The driving time from is 36 minutes
Interesting Facts: Florence Airport was formerly called as Amerigo Vespucci Airport
Pisa International Airportddd
Airport Code: PSA
Location: The airport is located 55 miles (89d km) from Florence. The driving time is: 1 hour, 22 minutes
Hub For: Ryanair
Interesting Facts: The airport has been named Galileo Galilei Airport after the famous scientist and native of Pisa
A list of popular carriers with their hub airport is provided to help you make the best choice. The hub airport or focus city airport usually serves as the connection (stopover/layover) airport. In some cases when one airline is operated by another airline, then the hub or focus city of the operating carrier is taken as the connection.
- Alitalia (AZ)
Book air tickets to Florence with Alitalia, the flag carrier of Italy. Alitalia is a member of SkyTeam Airline Alliance. Delta Air Lines operates the flights, which is also a member of the same alliance.
Hub for Alitalia: Rome (FCO), Milan (LIN)
Hub for Delta Air Lines: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP), New York (JFK), New York–LaGuardia (LGA), Salt Lake City (SLC), Seattle/Tacoma (SEA)
2. Tap Air Portugal
Book your cheap airline tickets to Florence with Tap Air Portugal. It’s a flagship carrier of Portugal, and a member of Star Alliance. Alitalia CityLiner S.p.A operates the flights to Florence.
Hub for Tap Air Portugal: Lisbon Airport (LIS), Porto Airport (OPO)
Hub for Alitalia CityLiner S.p.A: Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), Milan-Linate (MIL)
3. Iberia (IB)
Book your air ticket to Florence with Iberia, which is a flagship carrier of Spain. Iberia is a member of Oneworld Air Alliance. British Airways, and BA Cityflyer operates the flights.
Hub for Iberia: Madrid (MAD)
Hub for British Airways: London Heathrow (LHR, LGW)
Hub for BA Cityflyer: Edinburgh Airport (EDI), London City Airport (LCY), Manchester Airport (MAN), Stansted Airport (STN)
The best time to visit Florence is summer, that is, between May and September. The highs of temperature hover around mid-70s and 80s (Fahrenheit (°F)), while the lows in mid-50s and 60s (Fahrenheit (°F)). Vibrant festivals like Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (April-June), Fochi di San Giovanni (June) and Calcio in Costume (June) await you. The weather will instill you the sense of what once inspired the Renaissance painters. However, you shall be ready to pay inflated hotel rates as the world throngs into Florence in the summer.
If you can brave mercury in the range of 50s and 40s, the fall, i.e. October, is another best time to visit Florence. As the crowd of tourists get diluted by the time, the hotel rates and flight deals also go cheaper.