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There are two main airports for flying into Florence and/or Tuscany: Amerigo Vespucci (formerly Peretola) in Florence (IATA airport code FLR), and Pisa International Airport (PSA), also known as Galileo Galilei Airport. It is also possible to fly into Bologna (BLQ), Milan (MXP), or Rome and still be in Florence 3 to 4 hours after landing via train.

Florence Airport

amerigo-vespucci-florence-airport.png The Florence Airport (FLR) is officially named Amerigo Vespucci Airport and is also known to many people by its old name Peretola (some old road signs still have this name on it, more history of Peretola here), which is what the area where the airport is located is called. The airport is about 5 kilometers from the city center. There is a fixed taxi fare of € 22 (nights, Sundays, and baggage are e... read more.

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