BEST DAY TRIPS
There are so many other cool places to visit under the Tuscan sun and further afield in other Italian regions and on the coast.
Here are the best places to visit from Florence that are a train ride away!
Assisi in the Umbrian region boasts a beautiful Basilica and is bathed in so much historical importance all thanks to one man, Saint Francis of Assisi.
If you want to take an easy Florence to Tuscany train journey to somewhere like Florence but a bit smaller, you need to visit Siena. Its charming, cute and compact.
If you’re desperate to visit a beach, the village of Calambrone is only a short bus journey north of Livorno. It’s such a hidden gem, you’ll find only Italian speakers here.
Castellina in Chianti is an ideal base to visit several vineyards in one day. Just remember when you need to catch your return train back to Florence!
This city is famous for its well-preserved Renaissance buildings as well as for being the birthplace of the great Italian opera composer Puccini.
Can't stay in Venice for a couple of days? Take a day trip from Florence by high-speed train. It's quicker than you think.
Just some of Perugia’s highlights include a stunning marble fountain in the central piazza and the medieval Priori Palace which displays local Umbrian art.
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