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Prices explained

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  1. Cheapest price £9.00
  2. 30 day advance £13.50
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  1. There are several fast trains from Florence to Verona each day, taking just 1 hr 30 mins for the journey. The journey to Verona starts with a high-speed dash through the hills from Florence to Bologna, with most of this section in tunnels. The ride north beyond Bologna has fine views over the soft, expansive landscapes of the floodplain of the River Po.

    The number of direct services varies from eight to eleven depending on the day of the week and season. Bookings for this route normally open four months in advance, and that's when you'll find the cheapest tickets.

    If the timings of the direct services do not suit your schedule, there are frequent options requiring an easy change of train at Bologna Centrale.

    Florence to Verona

    Florence to Verona

    The direct Frecciargento trains to Verona all leave from Florence Campo di Marte station, which is on the eastern fringes of the city centre. These trains make just one stop along the way, at Bologna Centrale. Italo trains leave Florence from Santa Maria Novella station, as do additional services to Verona which require a change of train at Bologna. All trains arrive in Verona at the centrally located Porta Nuova station.

    This short journey from Tuscany to Verona (which is in the Veneto region) passes through Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna.

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