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City map and itineraries

City map

If you are a tourist visiting the city of Florence and you require a map, you may use the following tools to orient yourself in the city:

In Person
Once you arrive, you can visit one of the many central tourist offices to receive a free paper map. Most hotels also will provide you with one.
If you wish to have paper brochures and maps mailed to you by post, please send an e-mail to
Toilet facilities in Florence
For more information on locations, opening hours and fares click here

Itineraries in the city

 Michelangelo in Florence

michelangelo a firenzeThis pamphlet allows visitors to discover the world of Michelangelo beyond the David, by visiting the numerous masterpieces he created during his many years in Florence.






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Florence and train travel

Firenze e il trenoDiscover the area and Florence's important role in the history of train travel in Italy, with a trip along its old train tracks. The brochure includes a brief history of train travel in Florence and Tuscany as well as the calendar of traditional events (italian version).


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Vivere Firenze (Experience Florence)

Vivere FirenzeTours with important information for disabled travellers.
The guide outlines tourist itineraries in the historic centre that use Piazza della Repubblica as a hub leading to interesting visits of historical monuments.

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Un giorno a Firenze (A day in Florence) 

Un giorno a Firenze

A day in the civic and religious heart of Medieval and Renaissance Florence.
This itinerary is meant mainly for tourists who don't have enough time to visit the entire city. It takes visitors through the civic and religious heart of Florence by visiting those churches, buildings and museums that have become 'symbols' of the Medieval and Renaissance period.

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The 19th Century Florence itineraries: Squares and Music

The 19th Century Florence itineraries, designed significantly to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the unification of Tuscany to the newly born unified state (1859– 2009), takes both citizens and tourists on the discovery of the traces of a century that left a profound impression on Florence's facade. This is for example why one of the century’s typical customs has been renewed: the military band concert in a city square.

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Piazza dell'Indipendenza
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Piazza della Repubblica
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Piazza d'Azeglio
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Piazza Santa Croce 
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