Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in Florence is easily reached on foot or by public transport.
By car: Take the A1 "Autostrada del Sole" that joins Milan to Rome and take the exit ‘Firenze-Nord’.
The Leonardo da Vinci School in Florence is situated in Via Bufalini 3, just behind Piazza del Duomo, in the historic centre. This is a limited traffic zone (ZTL) where it is prohibited to use your car between Monday and Friday from 7.30am to 7.30pm and on Saturdays from 7:30am to 6pm.
In Florence, car parks and public garages are not free of charge. See: www.firenzeparcheggi.it
By train: There are many day and night trains to Italy.
The central station in Florence is called ‘Santa Maria Novella’ and reaches all the major Italian cities including Milan, Venice, Rome and Naples with a number of fast trains.
By plane. Florence airport is called ‘Amerigo Vespucci’ (FLR).
It is possible to reach the city centre by bus from here with the service “Vola in Bus” direct to the train station of Santa Maria Novella. The buses depart every half hour between 6am to 11.30pm.
Alternatively, you can take a taxi directly to the centre (there is fixed airport tariff+ luggage) and to all the hotels in Florence. The taxi rank is situated directly outside the airport terminal building.
For those arriving at Pisa airport, known as ‘Galileo Galilei’ (PSA), you can get to Florence both by the "Terravision" bus or by train; in both cases arriving at the central station of Santa Maria Novella.
Transfer to accommodation:
Upon request and at an extra charge, the school can organise a transfer service from either Florence or Pisa airport or from the Florence train station to your accommodation.
The School needs to know the day and time of arrival, the flight or train number and where it is coming from, to be able to organise this service for you.
Upon arrival at the train station or airport, the student will be met by a driver with a sign “Leonardo da Vinci”. Click here for more information about transfer service prices.