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Those who arrive by train at the Santa Maria Novella central station will take the exit on the left of the station (the tracks will be behind you), follow the road to the Santa Maria Novella Church, then take via de' Fossi till you reach the Arno river.
After crossing the bridge, take the second street on the right and you've arrived! About 15 minutes on foot. If you wish, take a taxi and you can reach our splendid renaissance entrance in just a couple of minutes.
Exit highway A1 at Florence IMPRUNETA. Follow directions to Florence CENTRO (centre) going towards Porta Romana.
At the roundabout take the third exit (towards the traffic light - Viale Francesco Petrarca ) and at the third traffic light turn right on Viale Ludovico Ariosto.
At the next traffic light (when you see Porta San Frediano on your left) turn right on Borgo San Frediano.
The entrance to Palazzo Magnani Feroni is at street number 5. A few meters ahead of our entrance is our in-house garage (street number 7). If you have the possibility to call the reception (tel. 055/2399544) a few minutes before arrival, the doorman will wait for you at the garage.
Otherwise, we kindly ask you to stop on the right-hand side of the street before number 7 and ask the reception to open the garage for you.
The daily parking charge is between Euro 40,00 and Euro 47,00 per day.
The Florence airport offers a very convenient shuttle service to the Santa Maria Novella station.
As an alternate, take a taxi that will have you at the entrance of our Palazzo in about 15 minutes.
If you're flying into the Pisa Galileo Galilei airport, we suggest you take the train that connects the airport with the city of Florence.
The trip will take about 30 minutes and will bring you directly to the Santa Maria Novella station in Florence, where you may wish to take a taxi to the Palazzo.
By limousine that can always be arranged by placing a request with our Reception, should you need to be picked-up or dropped-off at the Pisa or the Florence airports.