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Los Angeles (LAX) to Bologna (BLQ)
Typically, flights to Florence from Los Angeles are cheaper when flying from Los Angeles to Bologna Guglielmo Marconi, which has an average price of $942
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO FLORENCE FROM LOS ANGELES||March||26% cheaper||Flying from Los Angeles to Florence costs on average just $777 in March|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO FLORENCE FROM LOS ANGELES||July||46% more expensive||It costs about $1,539 for flights to Florence from Los Angeles in July|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO FLORENCE FROM LOS ANGELES||June||364% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Florence from Los Angeles in June than any other month|
There’s no bad time to go to Florence as many of the city’s attractions are indoors, but if you go during summer, it will be busy and hot. Temperatures rise to 86 – 88 degrees Fahrenheit, and it can be humid. In August, many of Florence’s residents take a holiday and flee the city, and some attractions will close. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall are much more comfortable but are again busy with crowds of tourists. Book your flights and accommodation ahead of time to avoid disappointment. You might plan a visit during winter because you can find good deals on flights and rooms with fewer tourists arriving in Florence between December and February. Temperatures of between 33 – 50 degrees Fahrenheit are not exactly frigid, but you should pack a warm coat, hat and gloves for wandering around the city.
Users booking trips to Florence from Girona found flights 89% cheaper than the average price of flights to Florence. To find the cheapest price to Florence from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
Pisa Gal Galilei Airport, Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, Rimini Miramare Airport, Perugia Sant Egidio Airport or Campo nell'Elba Marina Di Campo Airport can be an alternative airport used for travel to Florence.
Lufthansa is the airline most momondo users in United States opt for when booking flights to Florence. Delta, SWISS and British Airways are also popular choices when flying to Florence from United States. Most major airlines flying from United States to Florence will offer flights on a regular basis, though your options may vary depending on what airport you fly from.
The most popular airline for flights to Florence on momondo is SWISS, which operates 10 flights in this direction every week. Most depart out of Zurich, with the best deal for SWISS flights to Florence being $663 (round-trip, Boston Logan Intl to Florence, momondo searches within the last 72 hours). In 222 SWISS reviews, it is rated 8.1 by momondo users.
Another popular choice for flights to Florence is Delta (7.8/10, 1,264 reviews). Most Delta flights landing in Florence will be arriving from Paris Charles de Gaulle, but there are 23 Delta flights to Florence from all departure points globally so prices can vary significantly. The best Delta deal found on momondo this week was $655 (Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Florence, round-trip).
Florence is extremely walkable, as its historic center is very compact compared to other major European cities. Parts of it are even pedestrian only. When your feet need a break, you can use the local buses, as do many of the locals, or hail a taxi. Your rental car might be useful for trips outside of the city but will be more of a hindrance within Florence.
City bus and tram routes cover all the major sights in Florence. You can buy single ride or multi-ride tickets at any authorized sales point (anyone with an ATAF sticker on their shop windows) and they cost €1.20 EUR for a single ride, with a 4-ride ticket costing € 4.70 EUR. If you purchase a ticket from your bus driver it will cost more, usually €2.00 EUR.
You can hail a taxi at the train station or find them outside of most tourist attractions. If can’t find one, just call for a ride. Flag drop is €3.30 EUR Monday – Saturday, €5.30 EUR on Sundays and holidays, and €6.60 EUR between 10 pm and 6 am. The scatto (per-unit charge) is €0.10 EUR, but the units vary depending on how long the ride takes, and there are charges for bags that are large enough to go in the trunk.
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Florence is a popular destination for art aficionados, with its magnificent galleries and museums full of works by the masters, but there are plenty of interesting things for everyone to see and do here. Here are a few of the highlights you should make time to visit, when you travel to Florence, Italy.
You can buy a Firenze Card to get into museums, and it includes unlimited bus travel on ATAF buses for the 72 hours that the Firenze Card is active. You must get the special bus ticket when you buy the Firenze Card, and stamp this bus ticket the first time you get on a bus.
Many of Florence’s galleries and museums see enormous lines every day. If you would rather spend your vacation doing something other than standing in line, you can pre-book your entrance to the best of them here.
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