|Route||Cheapest Adult Fare|
|Zurich (ZRH) to Firenze (Florence)||$220||Select|
|San Francisco (SFO) to Firenze (Florence)||$660||Select|
|Cali (CLO) to Firenze (Florence)||$2400||Select|
Cheap Flights to Firenze (Florence), Italy. Return Flights.
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Monthly Average Prices for Return Airfares to Firenze (Florence) (AUD)
|Melbourne to Firenze (Florence)||-||$2978||$3479||$4360||$3271||-|
|Sydney to Firenze (Florence)||-||$4164||$4686||$2973||$4197||$3307|
|Perth to Firenze (Florence)||-||$3265||$4375||$3208||$5218||-|
|Brisbane to Firenze (Florence)||-||$3931||$4289||-||$3320||-|
|Adelaide to Firenze (Florence)||-||-||$5384||$2616||$4976||$5671|
|Launceston to Firenze (Florence)||-||$8215||-||-||-||-|
Did you know...
- 53 airlines fly into Firenze (Florence). A few of them are Vueling Airlines, Helvetic Airways, Qatar Airways, Air Seychelles, Iberia, China Eastern Airlines, Belle Air plus more.
- The closest international airport to Firenze (Florence) is Bastia in France.
- The UTC value for Firenze (Florence) is 3600.
- The cheapest airfare to Firenze (Florence) is $1,352 leaving from Brisbane flying Air France.
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Those temples to the Italian Renaissance are where you should begin your sightseeing. After that, you might opt for a bird's-eye view of the city and its surroundings from the top of the cupola of the Duomo, a stroll through the formal Boboli Gardens ...
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