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Rome to Florence

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Rome to Florence

Hi,

What is the easiest and most cost effective way to go to Florence from Rome? We would have to check-out from our Hotel (which is near the rail terminal, on Via Carlo Emanuele) at about 11 AM on Friday, 1rst August. Please note we are on a tight budget and we are two people with small trolley/hand bags.

Thanks in advance,

K.B.

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1. Re: Rome to Florence

The train is the fastest and most cost efficient. www.trenitalia.com

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2. Re: Rome to Florence

If you don't want to pay the full price for the high-speed trains, buy your ticket as soon as possible, looking for the best prices on both www.trenitalia.com. (click on UK flag) or on www.italotreno.it/EN/Pages/default.aspx

If you don't want or you can not to buy your ticket in advance and you wish anyway to pay less, be aware that there are Roma-Firenze trains every two hours (called "interregionale"), spending over 3.5 hours instead of 1.5 hours; they cost 20.45 euros instead of 43 euros (which is the full price for fast trains); their fare isn't variable at any time (in this case, you can buy your ticket at the station, at the vending machines, also English-speaking).

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