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Fly from Manchester to Florence

Manchester Airport Information

Orbitz.com can help individuals locate low-cost flights from Manchester. The site provides travelers with a search engine that searches many airlines at once to locate the cheapest tickets. Manchester Airport is an international airport located in Manchester, England, located nine miles from the city center.

Parking at the Airport

There are a variety of parking options located at the Manchester Airport. Long-term and short-term parking is available at weekly rates. The multistory garage is within walking distance to the main terminal, and shuttle services are provided for the other lots. The Manchester Skypark and Ride and APH Manchester are not located on the airport grounds. They are located five to 15 minutes from the airport, and complimentary shuttle services are provided to and from the main terminal.

Transportation to the Airport

Orbitz.com can help locate low-cost rental cars in the area. The National Express runs from various locations around the city to the main airport terminal, and local bus services are also available. The TransPennine Express offers inexpensive rail services from Manchester Piccadilly to the airport complex. Taxis also offer metered rates both to and from the airport.

Restaurants at Manchester Airport

For travelers who get to the airport early, there are a variety of restaurants to choose from. Burger King provides a sit-down breakfast menu with a selection of biscuits, coffee and juice. The Caffe Nero and the Caffe Aitazza both have Italian coffee and pastry items. Orbitz.com can help travelers locate flights from Manchester and help with other travel services.

Trips to Florence

Flights to Florence, Italy, land at Peretola Airport, located about three miles from the city center. The small airport welcomes both domestic and international flights, with routes serviced by Air Berlin, Air France, Brussels Airlines and Lufthansa Regional. Reservations for flights can be made online through Orbitz.com.

Transportation from Peretola Airport

Transportation into Florence from Peretola is available by city bus and taxi service. Buses leave the airport every 30 minutes heading to the Piazza Station in Florence at a cost of about $1.50 for a 90-minute ticket. Taxis are available in front of the terminal to make the 15-minute journey to the city center for $25.

The Weather in Florence

The weather in Florence is classically Mediterranean, with highs during the humid summers averaging in the upper 80-degree-Fahrenheit range from June to August while dropping as low as the mid-30s during the colder months of November through February. Dress should be seasonal, with light clothing worn in the summer and moderate to heavy coats during the wintertime.

Things to Do in Florence

Florence was once the center of Renaissance Europe, and there are many beautiful buildings that still stand, allowing tours through some of the best architecture in Europe. Along with the architecture, visitors to the city can enjoy the many museums in the city. Even the town hall doubles as an art museum. Musical performances are also widely available, celebrating the city's rich history in musical development since the Middle Ages. Flights to Florence are available from Orbitz.com, so you can enjoy the wealth of experiences this city has to offer.

Florence When to Go

Much of Italy is mobbed in July and August, when vacationing families from Europe, North America, and Japan flock to the country’s top sites and cities, Florence included. Coincidentally, those are also the hottest two months, and the time of year when the humidity is most loathed. Many residents head for the hills or the beach in August, the customary Italian vacation month, which means that some businesses are closed. 

Late September and October make up the fall shoulder season, with warm, sunny days and slightly fewer tourists—the best time to visit—but by November, the weather tends to turn cloudy, dull, and cold. September is also vendemmia (grape harvest), a joyful time of celebration throughout the countryside villages and farms.  

In winter, hotel rates drop, a seat in the trattorias becomes easy to find, and lines to the museums are next to nil. Though the weather is brisk—temperatures are typically near the 40s in December, January, and February—winter is an excellent time to see Florentine life without the crowds of tourists.  You can also take in some interesting events, such as the Epiphany in January. Locals have been celebrating the arrival of the three kings to Jesus’s manger through parades and performances for more than 600 years.

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