- 44 stops throughout the center of Florence, covering all major tourist attractions
- Choose your own route and see the city at your own pace - buses run every 60 minutes, so no need to worry about public transport or taxis
- Luxury, air-conditioned, buses with eight-language audio guides, so you can discover the city and its history as you ride
The fleet of air-conditioned buses will whisk you between 44 stops, specially chosen to give you a comprehensive introduction to Florence's rich history and dazzling culture. With audio guides in eight languages, you'll get to know the ins and outs of the Tuscan capital in no time.
With your hop-on hop-off pass you can access two routes, covering the entire city center. From the Florence Cathedral to Michelangelo's David, you'll have more than enough time to see it all - just think of all that extra gelato and espresso you can fit in!
The plush open-top buses are the most comfortable way to see all the sights as efficiently as possible, and with their unbeatable panoramic views, you may never want to get off.
But when you do get off to investigate the Cradle of the Renaissance you'll do so safe in the knowledge that the buses run every 60 minutes. So that means more time for sightseeing and less trudging between attractions. Plus, with free WiFi and air conditioning, they're the perfect way to rest and recharge on your way to the next must-see attraction.
Show your smartphone ticket when you hop on the buses.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Line A (1 loop: 60 minutes) 1) Via Fiume 8/10 2) Libertà 3) Donatello 4) Beccaria 5) Santa Croce 6) Teatro Verdi 7) Pecori Giraldi 8) Piazza Ferrucci 9) Michelangelo 10) Galileo 11) Villa Cora 12) Calza 13) Pitti 14) Frescobaldi 15) Guicciardini 16) Ognissanti * 17) Santa Lucia
Line B (1 loop: 120 minutes) 1) Michelangelo 2) Ferrucci 3) Lungarno Serristori Demidoff 4) Grazie 5) Zecca Vecchia 6) Lungo L'Africo 7) Righi 8) San Domenico 9) Regresso 10) Fiesole 11) Regresso 12) San Domenico 13) Righi 14) Stadio 15) Matteotti 16) Libertà 17) La Pira 18) Leopolda 19) Piazzale delle Cascine (suspended Nov-Mar) 20) Shelly Cascine (suspended Nov-Mar) 21) Vittorio Veneto 22) Curtatone 23) Soderini 24) Tasso 25) Porta Romana 26) Machiavelli * 27) Galileo
Make the most of the two different routes - they cross over at certain points, so it's the perfect opportunity to mix it up and leave no stone unturned!
The highlight was visiting Fiesole which I knew nothing about and would not otherwise have visited.The elevated views overlooking Florence were breathtaking.
We did both tours A and B and thoroughly enjoyed both.