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Hotel La Fortezza Questions et réponses

Macclesfield, Royaume-Uni

We fly to Pisa not Florence. What’s the easiest way to get to the hotel using public transport & roughly how much will it cost?

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Dear amg2503,

From Pisa Airport there is "Pisa Mover" train that connect you to Pisa Center railway train station.

From there you take other train to Florence SMN railway train station.

From SMN train station of Florence, you can take the Tramway T1, direction "Ospedale Careggi", get off at the second stop called "Strozzi-Fallaci", we have the entrance of La Fortezza at 100m from this stop.

More info about cost and times you can see at web site of pisa-mover and trenitalia


Rosane, Hotel La Fortezza

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I think Rosane answered your question nicely. The train system is very efficient for getting around the country in Italy. There are plenty of red information booths where someone usually speaks English or at least enough to direct you in case you feel lost. Once you step out of the train station in Florence, cross the street, then cross the tracks and immediately turn to your right to take the Tram. Buy a ticket right on the platform, the machine allows you to pick a language so you understand what you're doing. Then pick the number of tickets which are good for 90 minutes. The fair is 1,5 Euro each and it helps to have change which you can get at the station when you get off the train.

Once you are at the second stop, "Strozzi-Fallaci," get off the tram, turn right and cross the street. When you reach the stone wall turn left, at the corner turn right. The walkway leads you to the second doorway which is the hotel entrance. You will recognize the lovely red-carpeted stairs as you step in.

Enjoy your trip! There is so much to see and you really can walk to almost anything in Florence if you give yourselves enough time. Bon Voyage!

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