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Florence - Dijon
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Train Florence → Dijon


Duration 9h35 - From $181

Florence - Dijon

The average travel time between Florence and Dijon is 10h32 minutes. The quickest route is 9h35 minutes. The first train leaving Florence is at 19:00, the last at 21:00. There is an average of 1 trains a day between Florence and Dijon, leaving approximately every 50 minutes.
  • Departure station : Firenze s m n (Piazza della Stazione, 10 50123 Florence)
  • Arrival station : Dijon ville (31, cours de la gare 21000 Dijon)
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About this journey

Where the renaissance cradles david

Where the renaissance cradles david Florence – “Firenze” in Italian - is a city with such a vast history that you’d expect it to be Texas-sized in area when it fact, it’s comfortably compact. The city’s most famous attractions are all within easy walking distance from the centrally located main train station, Santa Maria del Novella, named for the gothic church right across the piazza. Hungry from your journey ? You’re just steps away from fresh Tuscan food. From the piazza, turn left and walk 2 or 3 blocks to check out the Mercato Centrale. Delicate, handmade pastas, handpicked fruits and vegetables and more will have you wishing your hotel room had a kitchen. Learn more about Florence

Pardon me, but we ask you don’t pass on Dijon

Pardon me, but we ask you don’t pass on Dijon This word "Dijon" conjures up the image of a pseudo-sophisticated old man in the back of a limo, asking a passerby if he has a certain mustard. Get this out of your head. The historic capital of the Burgundy region will allure and captivate all of your senses, just like a fine Dijon mustard. Use your France Rail Pass, or Eurail France-Switzerland Pass and easily arrive into Gare de Dijon-Ville from Paris, Lyon or Lausanne in less than two hours thanks to the high-speed TGV. A few blocks from the rail station is the Dijon tourist office at 15 Cour de la Gare near place Darcy. Here you can get information and a brochure on where to pick up the "Owl's Trail." This self-guided tour brings you to most tourist sites in Dijon. The route is marked on the sidewalk by brass tiles featuring a little owl. When you come to a point of interest there is a number marked on the ground. Look up the number in your brochure for more information on that particular sight. (All cities should work like this.) Learn more about Dijon

Timetable

From $181

Florence -> Dijon

  Dep. Arr. Duration Change(s) MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
1 FIRENZE S M N
19:00
MILANO CENTRALE
20:40
N°: 9550
2 MILANO CENTRALE
22:55
DIJON VILLE
06:35
N°: 220
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19:00 06:35 11:35 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 FIRENZE S M N
20:00
MILANO CENTRALE
21:40
N°: 9552
2 MILANO CENTRALE
22:55
DIJON VILLE
06:35
N°: 220
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20:00 06:35 10:35 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 FIRENZE S M N
20:10
MILANO CENTRALE
21:50
N°: 9586
2 MILANO CENTRALE
22:55
DIJON VILLE
06:35
N°: 220
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20:10 06:35 10:25 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
1 FIRENZE S M N
21:00
MILANO CENTRALE
22:40
N°: 9558
2 MILANO CENTRALE
22:55
DIJON VILLE
06:35
N°: 220
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21:00 06:35 09:35 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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    "I travelled from Dijon to Florence and back in April. When I booked my ticket on raileurope.com, I payed for what was called a 1st class ticket. Well, it was a compartment with 4 beds, not very special in the way you would think a 1st class bed would be (it's actually a "couchette" not a bed). And the free water bottle didn't make up for the comfort of the couchette. The train was late both ways, 1 hour on the way to FLorence, 2 and a half hours on the way back and apparently it's a very common occurence. Nothing to say about the staff though, excellent welcome, friendly and professional, helping out with the delay for people to get their connections later. Thelio has actually offer a partial refund for the delay (it happens if the train is more than 1 hour late). It remains a very efficient way to go from France to Italy, but my advice would be to just book a seat, you will probably sllep as much as in a sleeping compartment. "

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