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    Driving Distances from Florence, Italy

    Driving Distances from Florence, Italy This page offers insight on the driving distance from Florence to some of Italy's most popular vacation destinations in both kilometers and miles. One of the best ways to discover Florence and the entire region of Tuscany is on your own terms and behind the wheel of a rental car!

    Whether you're looking for the driving distance from Florence to Venice or anywhere in between, let Auto Europe help you find the most direct route. For additional trip-planning resources, take a look at our in-depth travel guide for Italy.

    Florence Driving Distance Table

    Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles) Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles)
    Florence Rome 284 176.47 Florence Ancona 329.5 204.74
    Florence Siena 75 46.60 Florence Bologna 106.5 66.18
    Florence Venice 277 172.12 Florence Bergamo 331 205.67
    Florence Turin 399 247.93 Florence Lucca 78.5 48.78
    Florence Milan 317 196.97 Florence Genoa 227.6 141.42
    Florence Naples 473 293.91 Florence Cortona 81.1 50.39
    Florence Como 369 229.29 Florence Pompeii 491.7 305.53
    Florence Pisa 92 57.17 Florence Ravenna 188.4 117.07
    Florence Verona 186.7 116.01 Florence Perugia 154.7 96.13

    More Information About Driving in Florence

    Florence is a city that possesses some of the world's most precious landmarks and works of art, including Michelangelo's David, Sandro Botticelli's The Birth of Venus, and Giotto's Bell Tower. Whether or not you're an art enthusiast, this is a city rich in classic and modern culture, and is one of Italy's most visited cities.

    Traveling from Florence to the Italian capital of Rome will take you through the center of the country, across the Apennine mountains towards the Mediterranean coast. To get to Rome from Florence, you'll want to travel along route A1. The drive will take about 3 hours, but will give you a more comfortable alternative to a tour bus or train.

    If you wish to go north into the Alp mountains, Turin is about 400 km from Florence. When you travel along the E70 and A1 routes, you can stop in Bologna along the way. Should you decide to visit the opposite side of the country along the beautiful canals of Venice, you can make the short journey of 277 km in less than 3 hours along route A13.

    For a short daytrip outside Florence, you can visit the Tuscan city of SMore Information About Driving in Florenceiena. If you happen to be visiting Italy in the summertime around Florence, seeing the Palio di Siena, a world famous horse race, should be on your to-do list! The short journey from Florence to Siena will take just over an hour along the Raccordo Autostradale Firenze-Siena route. The city of Pisa is 92 km west from Florence, and when you travel along the SGC Firenze-Pisa route, you'll see the Leaning Tower of Pisa in just over an hour!

    Rely on Auto Europe for even more advice about driving around Florence. With over 60 years of experience helping clients book reliable transporation throughout the city, we are committed to ensuring your next trip unfolds as seamlessly as possible. Whether you need to rent a large van that is capable of accommodate more passengers, or if you have your sights set on touring Florence in style, no request is too lavish when you book your next car with us! Simply use the secure search form on the left side of this page to make your reservation in three, easy steps, or call us toll-free 24/7 at 1-888-223-5555. 

    Florence, Italy Attractions

    Looking for fun things to do in Florence? Check out these exciting tours and attractions in the city.

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