City Sightseeing Florence - 2 days

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Category: Tuscany Tours
Location: Florence, Italy
Rating: 4.0 / 5
     (based on 233 reviews)

Duration: 48 hours
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A new way to discover the charming city of Florence!

This ticket incorporates 18 stops at Florence's top visitor attractions. There is no better way to see Florence than on this hop on and hop off double-decker bus. Stops along the tour route include the Cathedral, Santa Croce, San Marco, Piazzale Michelangelo and much, much more!

Hop on and off as many times as you like!

You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top double-decker bus. Your ticket is valid for 2 days, and two routes are included in the price: Florence City Tour and Florence Fiesole Tour.

Two routes - one ticket!

In the romantic region of Tuscany lies the jewel city of the Renaissance, Florence. Surrounded by the Appenine mountain chain it lies in a fertile valley surrounded by the charming Tuscan vinyards and olive groves. The art galleries and museums of Florence are renowned throughout the world and holidaymakers flock to admire the superb David of Michelangelo, the Venus of Botticelli or the stunning Duomo with its marble facade which glows in the golden sunlight.

What makes this Tour Unique?

  • Visit Florence comfortably seated on this bus and with a pre-recorded commentary
  • Two routes in only one ticket
  • Hop on and off as many times as you like

Reduced and free tickets

Reduced/Half Ticket:

  • Children from 5 to 15 years (valid identity document needed)

Free Ticket:

  • Children under 5 years (valid identity document needed)

Tour Details

Tour : City Sightseeing Florence

Start Point :

  • Line A: S.M. Novella Station
  • Line B: S.M. Novella Station

Duration :

  • Line A: 60 minutes
  • Line B: 120 minutes

First transit / Last transit :

9:00 am / 7:00 pm

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Frequency :

  • Line A: 30'
  • Line B: 60'

Season : All Year Round

Ticket Validity : 2 days

Commentary :

Pre-recorded in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese.

Access for disabled persons

You can start the tour from any stop along the way.

To visit near your stop

Line A

  1. S.M.N. Station
  2. Piazza della Libertà
  3. Piazzale Donatello
  4. Piazza d'Azeglio
  5. Beccaria (Sant'Ambrogio, commercial areas)
  6. Corso Tintori (S. Croce)
  7. Verdi Theater
  8. Lungarno Pecori Giraldi
  9. Ferrucci
  10. Piazzale Michelangelo (San Miniato church)
  11. Galileo (Hotels)
  12. Villa Cora (Hotels)
  13. Piazza della Calza (Porta Romana, Boboli Garden)
  14. Pitti (Carmine, S. Spirito, Piazza San Felice)
  15. Frescobaldi
  16. Guicciardini
  17. Ognissanti
  18. Rotonda dei Barbetti

Line B

  1. S.M.N. Station
  2. Via Curtatone
  3. Lungarno Soderini
  4. Piazza Torquato Tasso
  5. Porta Romana
  6. Viale Nicolò Machiavelli
  7. Galileo (Hotels)
  8. Piazzale Michelangelo (San Miniato church)
  9. Ferrucci
  10. Lungarno Serristori
  11. Piazza dei Cavalleggeri
  12. Lungo l'Africo
  13. Verga (Soccer Museum)
  14. Viale Righi (Hostel)
  15. San Domenico
  16. Regresso
  17. Fiesole
  18. Regresso
  19. San Domenico
  20. Viale Righi
  21. Stadium
  22. Piazzale Donatello
  23. Beccaria (Sant'Ambrogio, commercial areas)
  24. Lungarno Pecori Giraldi
  25. Piazzale Michelangelo (San Miniato church)
  26. Galileo (Hotels)
  27. Villa Cora (Hotels)
  28. Piazza della Calza (Porta Romana, Boboli Garden)
  29. Pitti (Carmine, S. Spirito, Piazza San Felice)
  30. Frescobaldi
  31. Guicciardini
  32. Ognissanti
  33. Rotonda dei Barbetti
  34. Piazzale Montelungo


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03 Nov 2015
I highly recommend this form of transportation if you would like you can see all the attractions without the need of walking, its 20 euro per person but it worth the money. there are 3 lines that take you around all the city. I recommend you start off with the blue line.
15 Oct 2015
We visited Florence with a tour guide and also had time to wander around by ourselves. Our guided tour was for 2 hours (it was booked with MSC cruises and our guide was called Nicolette) and was very informative. It was a walking tour, but we did not go in to any attractions, however there was plenty to see and...
12 Oct 2015
Bus's ran on three different routes and we're always clean and punctual. Very informative descriptions of the city sights. Highly recommend.
08 Oct 2015
A wonderful city , a delight to go and spend time, much to see and do , excellent way to get around , went mid week less people
02 Oct 2015
Florence is a must. The contrast day to night exemplifies the exuberant soul of this city which gives an truly welcoming vibe to its onlookers. I loved the people here and the sights were deeply appreciable. The view of the city from atop the hill is panoramic and sublime. If you only plan to go up once, do it at...
02 Oct 2015
We bought the 2 day ticket for 2 of us at a cost of 50€. We have used these buses in many towns over the world and we can honestly say that the commentary on the Florence bus was the best. There are so many sights, far too many for us to see in our 4 days stay especially as...
28 Sep 2015
Beautiful city - a must visit 20 Euros for Hop on Hop off bus tours which enables you to visit the major sights. Great train links from other cities and outlying areas.
27 Sep 2015
We have used the hop on/hop off buses in many cities around the world and this one came up to the usual standards.There are 3 routes around the city and we tried them all. We booked our tickets via the internet before we went and just handed over the paper copy on the bus and away we went. Regular times...
22 Sep 2015
Very much enjoyed these bus tours. There were three different lines available, though two were so similar (the red and the yellow), you would only need to do two. It is a great way to get from town up to the Piazzale Michelangelo, the absolute place to visit for a panoramic view of the city.
21 Sep 2015
This is the hop on hop off red bus. When in a city for the first time, I like to take a sightseeing bus around the city to acquaint myself with the city, the attractions, distance between places and generally seeing the city. The sightseeing bus leaves from near the Santa Maria Novella train station. As you look toward the...
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