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Florence Rifredi Station Parking

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Firparking Rifredi
  • Approximate Distance
  • Transfer Duration
    7 min
  • Transfer Frequency
    On demand
Firparking Rifredi is located just 7 minutes away from Florence's Rifredi Station and with a small extra it offers a shuttle service.
It can accommodate a range of vehicle types from motorcycles to vans.
Peretola Parking Florence Rifredi

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  • Approximate Distance
  • Transfer Duration
    8 min
  • Transfer Frequency
    On demand
Under cover car park, open 24 hours a day!
Free return shuttle bus to station Rifredi by private car!
Simply Parking Florence Rifredi Station
  • Approximate Distance
  • Transfer Duration
    16 min
  • Transfer Frequency
    On demand
Open Air car park, open between 04:00 and 00:00 with an exclusive Shuttle Bus service to/from the station included in the price! Keep your keys option available with a small extra charge!
  • Shuttle bus
  • Insured car park
  • Open 24 hours a day
  • Undercover car parks

Florence Rifredi station parking ensure an efficient, comfortable and above all, an economic service.

Florence Rifredi station parking offers covered and guarded parking and thanks to the free transfer service, you will reach the station within minutes.

Booking online for Firenze Rifredi station parking is very simple; you can do so at any time and you will save time and money. In the e-mail booking confirmation voucher, you will find all the details on how to get to Florence Rifredi station parking.

Florence Rifredi station

Florence Rifredi Station is the third most important railway station in Florence, after Firenze Santa Maria Novella and Firenze Campo di Marte.

The station is served by regional trains that direct to Prato, Bologna, Pisa, Livorno, Pistoia, Lucca, Viareggio, Pontremoli, La Spezia, Siena, Campiglia Marittima and Grosseto.

It also forms part of the traditional Bologna–Florence railway, and the railways linking Florence with Viareggio, and Pisa and Livorno, respectively.

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