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Travel from Paris to Florence in comfort & style on the France Italy TGV high-speed train. Competitive fares & e-tickets are offered. With so much to see and do in Paris, it's hard to make a complete list! You can't complete a trip to Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe - both iconic landmarks of the city! Broaden your knowledge of art at the Musée du Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and Centre Pompidou. Take a stroll down the Champs-Élysées, peeking through the windows of the extravagant shops that line the street. For those looking for a different side of the city, embark on an adventure through the Catacombs - full of history and mystery (not for the faint of heart) or spend an afternoon at Père Lachaise, easily one of the world's most visited cemeteries. With its central location and access to high-speed trains, Paris is the perfect starting point for your French adventure & beyond.
The most direct route of traveling from Paris to Florence by train is via Milan. You can hop on the high-speed train from Paris to Milan - travel time is a little over 7 hours. From Milan, you'll travel on a high-speed Frecciarossa train direct to Florence, travel time is about an hour.
Upon arrival in Florence, you will be speechless with the magnificent architecture that surrounds the city - especially the Duomo (Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore). Take a tour of the Accademia Gallery where you can check out Michelangelo's David. Arguably one of the most famous statues in the world, the David is a magnificent 17-foot marble masterpiece! If art tickles your fancy, be sure to also take a tour of the Uffizi Gallery where you can embrace stupendous works by iconic Italian artists such as Raffaello, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo - it is here where you can also see Botticelli's famous Birth of Venus. You'll also see spectacular sculptures & art found in museums throughout the city. Stroll through the historic city center, be sure to rub the nose of Florence's piglet statue (Il Porcellino) for luck before crossing the Ponte Vecchio Bridge!