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City bus services (red and white, or blue and grey or orange buses) are run by ATAF and LI-NEA.
new-busOrdinary and season tickets can be purchased from authorized sales points (bars, tobacconists, newsagents) and from the ATAF hall which is inside the SMN train station.
We remind you to purchase your ticket before you get on the bus or the tram.
A 90 minutes ticket costs € 1.20 and must be validated in the machines on the bus.
If you send a sms to this number  4880105 you can buy your ticket for bus or tram service for € 1,50 (only for Italian SIM card).
You can also purchase your ticket from the driver for € 2,00 (no change given): this ticket has to be punched as well. If the driver has got no ticket to sell, then get out of the bus because you are not allowed to use it.
Electric buses move in the historical centre; they also reach the pedestrian areas.
There are three lines: C1 - C2 - C3 - D; the route C1 is convenient for visiting the most important museums of Florence.
Information: ‘ProntoAtaf’ tel 800 424500 (free call - from in Italy only) ATAF Hall inside the Santa Maria Novella Train Station.
The ATAF ticket can be used also for the Tram Service - one line T1 from central train station to the town of Scandicci.
Public lines that reach interesting points for tourists:
nr. 7 from via La Pira (piazza San Marco, Florence) to Fiesole
nr. 10 from piazza San Marco (Florence) to the Stadium and then Settignano
nr. 12 and 13 from railway station SMN to Piazzale Michelangelo
nr. 14A (Girone) or 14 (Ripa) from piazza San Marco (Florence) to viale Dalla Chiesa (motorhome stopover Firenze)
nr. 25A from via La Pira (piazza San Marco, Florence) to Pratolino (Parco Mediceo)
nr. 28 from railway station SMN to Medici Villas of Petraia and Castello
nr. 37 from railway station SMN through Porta Romana to Bottai (International Camping)
The towns in the surroundings can be reached by public buses, color green or blue, owned by different companies (Autolinee Mugello, Autolinee Chianti Valdarno, Più Bus and Tiemme (Toscana Mobilità).
Find more information in the dedicated page.




Published: 3/6/2016

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