Cheap Trains from Paris to Florence (Firenze)

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Travel guide Paris–Florence


What train companies operate the route from Paris to Florence?

This route is operated by SNCF on board the TGV service, and Italo in Italy. There is also an overnight service, connecting in Munich, operated in part by the Intercity-Express and EuroNight services

What is the schedule for the train route from Paris to Florence?

Departure times are typically 6:29 AM to 3:55 PM, with a few exceptions.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Paris to Florence?

Trains depart from either Gare de Lyon or Gare de l’Est and arrive in Firenze Santa Maria Novella.

What distance is the train route from Paris to Florence?

The distance covered by train is just over 800 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Paris to Florence by train?

The total travel time is calculated to be around 10 hours.

What are the stops on the train route from Paris to Florence?

Intermediate stops along the journey include Lyon, Chambery, Turin (transfer station) and Milan.

Why should you travel by train from Paris to Florence?

Traveling by train between Paris and Florence offers passengers an excellent opportunity to observe passing scenery as the route takes travelers through France and Italy.

What is there to see and do in Florence?

Florence is widely considered the birthplace of the Renaissance and is a major city in Italy’s Tuscany region. Visitors can taste authentic Italian cuisine while sipping local wines. There are many notable landmarks, including The Duomo (a large cathedral) and Ponte Vecchio which is a shop-filled bridge spanning the Arno river. Simply walking around Florence is a treat, and the local architecture may remind visitors of M.C. Escher paintings. An easy day trip can be made by train to nearby Pisa, home of the leaning tower of Pisa.