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Situated just north of central Italy, Florence is the capital of the Tuscan region of the country, popular with Europeans who want a relaxing countryside vacation and international travelers who want to soak up the culture that the city has to offer. The most popular time to visit Florence is during the summer months – June to August – which also coincides with when flight prices are at their highest. If you’re looking for some cheap flights to Florence, your best bet is to visit out of season, either in the two months leading up to summer or the two months after it.

Florence enjoys a climate somewhere in between humid subtropical and Mediterranean, which means it receives hot, humid summers with a fair share of rainfall and cool winters with even more rainfall. If you’re not worried about some cool temperatures and the odd shower affecting your vacation, you’ll find plenty of low-cost flights to Florence available between September and November, as well as between February and March.

Travelers visiting Florence during the warm summer months will have a wealth of outdoor activities available on their doorstep, ranging from admiring the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte and Cupola del Brunelleschi to soaking up the views from Piazzale Michaelangelo and Piazza della Signoria.

If you take advantage of budget flights to Florence out of season and experience some bad weather, there are loads of indoor sights to see, too. The Galleria dell’Accademia which houses the Statue of David, the sparkling Museo di San Marco and the Museo di Palazzo Vecchio all offer shelter from the elements whilst also providing a multitude of information on Florence’s history and culture.

Whatever time of year to visit, a trip to Florence simply isn’t complete without sampling the local cuisine. The city is famous for its quality Italian dishes and locally-produced wines which are available to enjoy from authentic eateries liberally peppered throughout the city.

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