From Venice City Center to Florencefrom € 530.00
Private transfer from Piazzale Roma in front of the Santa Lucia train station in the heart of Venice to your hotel in the Florence city center.
Don't worry about any of the details when arriving to Florence from Venice or bother with renting a car - book a private car to take you from Venice to the Florence city center. Your driver will meet you Piazzale Roma, the only pickup location by car possible in Venice, and escort you in a luxury car to begin your time in Florence!
Includes: Pickup in Piazzale Roma, your own private car and driver. Dropoff at any location in Florence city center.
Excludes: Optional gratuities.
**Suitability for children: Children are welcome on our transfers however we are not able to provide child car seats and children can not ride on laps.*
|From One to Two persons||650.00 €||From 325.00 € per person|
|From Three to Eight Persons||680.00 €||From 85.00 € per person|
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