Train

Take the train ItaloTreno at the station Desenzano del Garda.

The journey takes approximately 2 h 10 m. Ticket price is about €20. The travel distance is 242 km.

Carrier is ItaloTreno.

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Train

Take the train Trenord at the station Desenzano Del Garda-Sirmione.

The journey takes approximately 28 m. Ticket price is about €3. The travel distance is 36 km.

Carrier is Trenord.

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Get off at the Verona Porta Nuova.
Take the train Trenitalia Frecce at the station Verona Porta Nuova.

The journey takes approximately 1 h 32 m. Ticket price is about €16. The travel distance is 206 km.

Carrier is Trenitalia Frecce.

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Get off at the Firenze S.M.N..


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Drive

In a rental car. See on this site which rental company has the best deal.

The journey takes approximately 2 h 25 m. The travel distance is 256 km.

Get off at the Florence.


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The cheapest way to travel from Desenzano-del-Garda to Florence-Italy is by taking a Train with an average price of €19. The journey takes approximately 2 h 56 m.

Train is the fastest way to travel from Desenzano-del-Garda to Florence-Italy. Tickets cost €20. The journey takes approximately 2 h 10 m.

Desenzano-del-Garda is approximately 256 km away from Florence-Italy. The trip by car takes 2 h 25 m.

Yes, there is a direct train from Desenzano-del-Garda to Florence-Italy . The route is served by the company ItaloTreno. Tickets cost about €20. A bus trip will take 2 h 10 m.

The average journey time by car between Desenzano-del-Garda and Florence-Italy is 2 h 25 m.

What to Do in Florence

Florence

If you're looking for a UNESCO World Heritage city with art and history on every corner, Florence is the place for you. Highlights include the renowned Uffizi Gallery, where you can see works by Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, and the staggering Ponte Vecchio bridge. If architecture is your thing, head to Florence's rival city, Rome. But if you'd rather relax in a charming old town or enjoy some of Italy's best food, Florence is definitely worth a visit. Here are some of our favorite things to do in Florence: -Take a stroll down the famous Arno River banks and admire the centuries-old architecture along the way (pun intended).