Firenze SM Novella

159,000 Daily visitors
49 Commercial units
13,800 sqm GLA
130 Media assets
History

Among Italy’s railway stations, Firenze Santa Maria Novella represents an exceptionally relevant structure in terms of recent architecture, a masterpiece of Rationalism and one of the highest expressions of Italy’s Movimento Moderno, as it was designed by the Gruppo Toscano equipe led by architect Giovanni Michelucci. The station was opened in 1935. Its external cladding was devised to evoke the colors and materials of the rest of the city, thus creating a seamless visual effect in the surrounding environment, while its interiors host invaluable art pieces like sculptures by Italo Griselli and paintings by Ottone Rosai and Mario Romoli. The interventions of redevelopment of the last years improved the station with new services and rehabilitated spaces and enhanced the value of historically relevant details, making the structure’s interiors even more distinctive and appealing.

Access to transports
  • 1 tram line (T1)
  • 15 bus lines (6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 22, 23, 36, 37, 52, 54, 81, 82, D)
  • Taxi stop
  • 1 airport-bound bus line (to Amerigo Vespucci airport)

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Open all week long from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Firenze Santa Maria Novella ensures its visitors a comprehensive shopping experience including: the latest fashion and beauty trends, a high-level fast and slow food offer, a wide range of services such as luggage storage, post office, pharmacy, bureau de change, car rental and more.