Florence, for those who don't know it, it will be a thrilling experience, while those who have visited it already will be able to get to know and appreciate it even more.
As well as visiting the historical centre, with the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio, don't miss a trip up to Piazzale Michelangelo, which you can reach by ordinary city bus or with the tourist buses
The museums most visited are the Uffizi, which among the many operas displayed houses Botticelli's Venus, and the Accademia delle Belle Arti with Michelangelo's David. It is advisable to book to avoid the long queues.
60 minutes drive.
Take the A1 motorway from the Valdarno tollgate, exit Firenze Sud.
The historical centre is closed to traffic and almost all the free parking is reserved for residents, so you will need to use the pay car parks.
The long stay car park nearest to the centre is at the main railway station, Firenze Santa Maria Novella. There is another near Piazza Libertà, about 15 minutes on foot from the centre.
From Bucine there are local trains that go to Firenze SMN (Santa Maria Novella) in the heart of the city, taking about 75 minutes.
Otherwise there are some trains from Montevarchi that take 40 minutes.