There are three main stations in Florence: Firenze Santa Maria Novella (the central station, located downtown), Firenze Rifredi and Firenze Campo di Marte.
For more information please visit the Web site Trenitalia: http://www.trenitalia.com
Florence is reachable through the highways A11 and A1, and through the clearways Firenze-Pisa-Livorno (FI-PI-LI) and Firenze-Siena.
If you arrive from Milan, take the highway A1 Milano-Roma, exit at Firenze Nord runaway, and follow the directions to the Centre.
If you arrive from Genova, take the highway A12 until Viareggio, follow the A11 to Firenze, and exit at Firenze Nord.
If you arrive from Rome, take the A1 direction Bologna-Milano, runaway Firenze Sud, and follow the directions to the Centre.
Please remember that the speed limit is 130 km/h on Italian highways.
For more information please visit the Web site "Autostrade per l'Italia": http://www.autostrade.it/en
Florence Airport (Amerigo Vespucci) is well connected with the most important European airports, but there are no direct intercontinental connections. The airport is 3 miles away from the city center, and can be reached by bus, shuttle-bus and taxis.
The International Airport Galileo Galilei in Pisa is 50 miles away from Florence, and well connected to Florence by train and shuttle-bus.
For more information please visit the Web site "International Airport Galileo Galilei" of Pisa: http://www.pisa-airport.com/