Train day trips near me: Day Trips Near Me In Texas? How About A Train Ride!


 Come, take a step back in time to the first half of the last century and ride a train like your grandparents may have ridden.  Board our 1920’s era passenger coach, or our open-air excursion car and take a ride behind our 1950’s Diesel locomotive through Old Towne Belton, Missouri, and the surrounding area.


While you’re waiting for the train, walk around our yard and look at our display equipment, freight cars, Club Car, instruction car, maintenance-of-way equipment, and two static display steam locomotives. Visit our baggage car gift shop, talk to the train crew, and even visit the locomotive. Finish off your trip with a visit to the shops of Main Street Belton.

While you’re enjoying your train ride with us, you might also learn about the History of our Line.



The Belton, Grandview and Kansas City Railroad Co. is a short line passenger railroad and demonstration museum in Belton, Missouri, just south on I-49 (US-71 Hwy. ) from the Kansas City Metro I-435 loop.  The BG&KC offers excursions on our line running south from Belton on a 5 mile, 45 minute round trip.  We are an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving rail travel and railroading history.



While we are NOT under a mask mandate at this time, we will continue to follow TSA, CDC and HeritageRail Alliance recommended practices with respect to COVID-19.

2023 Regular Schedule

Day of the Week Departures Fare
May Regular Departures
Saturday 2:00 PM $15. 00
Sunday 2:00 PM $15.00
June Regular Departures
Saturday 11:00 AM & 2:00 PM $15.00
Sunday 2:00 PM $15.00
July & August Regular Departures
Saturday 11:00 AM & 2:00 PM $15.00
We will be CLOSED on Sundays in July & August
There will be no trains running on Sunday.
September Regular Departures
Saturday 2:00 PM $15. 00
Sunday 2:00 PM $15.00
October Regular Departures
Saturday (First weekend only) 2:00 PM $15.00
Sunday (Oct. 1st and first weekend only) 2:00 PM $15.00
October Halloween Train Departures
Saturday (Second, Third and Last weekends only) 11:00 AM & 2:00 PM $15.00
Sunday (Second, Third and Last weekends only) 2:00 PM $15.00

All fares are per person for 3 years of age and older, 2 years and under are free.

Fares do not include credit card fees, or convenience fees charged by etix.

There are no scheduled weekday departures at this time.

Private charters are available (click to follow link).

If you have any questions, please see our FAQ page (click to follow link), if that does not answer your question, please contact us at (816) 331-0630 or [email protected]



Purchasing Tickets
Tickets can be purchased in advance, on-line (click on this text). The depot and ticket office opens approximately one hour prior to departure. All tickets are sold on a first come first served basis. Our passenger coach holds 60 passengers. If all seats sell out and there are enough passengers still wishing to ride the train, extra departures will be added.  The train for our Regular Departures is neither heated nor air conditioned; we suggest you dress for the weather on the day of your visit.

Locomotive Rides

Due to the COVID-19 Restrictions on social distancing and for the protection of our volunteers, we are not allowing Cab Rides at this time.

Special Needs
While we do our best to accommodate all of our guests, we are unable to accommodate persons in wheel chairs or those with very limited mobility. If you have any questions about the accessibility of our facilities, please call the depot at (816) 331-0630 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Due to the unforeseen, BG&KC RR reserves the right to cancel/reschedule trains, substitute equipment, or change fares without prior notice.  Passengers must have picked up their tickets and be prepared to board 20 minutes prior to departure or your reservation is subject to cancelation, will forfeit your paid fare and will only be re-accommodated on a future train on a first come, first served basis.

The Belton, Grandview and Kansas City Railroad Co. is a project of the Smoky Hill Railway and Historical Society, Inc. and is an IRS 501(c)3 (educational / museum) organization.  We are incorporated in the State of Kansas and registered with the State of Missouri.

Belton, Grandview and Kansas City Railroad Co.
502 E. Walnut Street
Belton, MO 64012
(816) 331-0630
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The Belton, Grandview and Kansas City Railroad Co. does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and retention of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

(Please Note: our equipment is historic, and as such, is unfortunately ADA non-conforming).


Day Trips Near Me In Texas? How About A Train Ride!

Posted in Texas
Day Trips, Explore August 06, 2021
by Katie Lawrence

Trains are almost mystical in their magic. They come rolling through the billowing fog, spewing steam like an iron dragon, and preparing to pick up their next load of passengers. They’re a great way to visit a new place for a day without committing to a hotel, or worrying about driving (especially driving at night!). If you find yourself Googling “day trips near me in Texas,” why not consider a train trip? These five train day trips in Texas allow you to sit back, relax, and let someone else take the wheel while you escape reality for a little while.

1. Fort Worth Stockyards (Grapevine Vintage Railroad)



The Grapevine Vintage Railroad’s Cotton Belt Route is a unique experience that will take you to the historic Stockyards District in Fort Worth. There, you can go back in time to the Old West. There’s so much to enjoy there: the world’s largest Honky Tonk, saloons, and a daily cattle drive. There’s also plenty of amazing restaurants like Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, and shops like the delightful The Candy Barrel.

The train will take you from Grapevine to Fort Worth in a little over 2.5 hours, then you’ll have about 90 minutes to independently explore the Stockyards District. You’ll ride in a historic 1920s Victorian coach.

Grapevine Vintage Railroad offers a few other, shorter routes as well. You can get additional information or purchase tickets on their website. It’s a rootin’ tootin’ good time!

2. San Antonio (Texas Eagle)

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The Texas Eagle is a branch of Amtrak, the most well-known passenger train in America. It travels between Chicago and San Antonio, but you can hop on at stations all throughout the state to travel here. This hill country city has more attractions to enjoy than we could ever list here.

Between the Alamo, the River Walk ablaze with the vibrant Mexican culture, the Tower of the Americas, and more, you could day trip here every year and never run out of things to do.

If you want one of the best train rides in Texas, take the whole 32.5 hour trip between San Antonio and Chicago! You’ll get to see so many incredible sights. You can get more information about the routes on the Amtrak website.

3. East Texas (Texas State Railroad)


Looking for the best train day trips in Texas? How about a Piney Woods Excursion ride that will take you through all the beautiful east Texas countryside. Onboard the Texas State Railroad, you’ll see towering pines, open pastures, and get a taste of what slow living feels like. It’s the perfect way to escape all of life’s troubles for a few blissful hours.

This 4-hour journey will take you through 25 miles of some of the most stunning scenery in the Lone Star State. For additional information or to purchase tickets, check out the Texas State Railroad website.

4. Jazz Wine Trail (Grapevine)


We already mentioned the Grapevine Vintage Railroad: here’s another experience through them! This wine-tasting trip is like no other. You’ll get to visit some of Grapevine’s finest wineries while listening to relaxing jazz music. Does it get any better than that?

The Jazz Wine Train is one of Grapevine Vintage Railroad’s many seasonal offerings. Check out the full list of seasonal special event trains on their website.

5. Historic Jefferson Railway (Diamond Don Empire)

Diamond Don Empire

This old-fashioned locomotive will take you on a special guided tour train ride that will tell you all about the history of the area. On special days, weather permitting, you even get to watch the alligator feedings at the Diamond Don Gator Pit!

The railway hosts numerous holiday events, like a Friday the 13th train, ghost trains for Halloween, and Christmas lights trains. This is great fun for the whole family no matter the time of year.

Check out their schedule on their website.

Have you ever taken any of these train rides in Texas? Share your experiences in the comments!

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Address: Grapevine Vintage Railroad, 705 S Main St, Grapevine, TX 76051, USA

Address: San Antonio, 350 Hoefgen Ave, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Address: Texas State Railroad Palestine Depot, 789 Park Rd 70, Palestine, TX 75801, USA

Address: Texas State Railroad – Rusk Depot, 535 Park Rd 76, Rusk, TX 75785, USA

Address: Historic Jefferson Railway, 400 E Austin St, Jefferson, TX 75657, USA

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August 11, 2021

Lisa Sammons

What are some of the best day trips in Texas?

How about exploring the Sonora Caves? And of course, The Alamo is one of the most historic sites in the entire country. You’ll be enthralled by Monahans Sandhills State Park: it looks like you got thrown into the Arabian desert! We’ve got a list of these and other day trips in Texas in this article; check it out!

What are some good museums in Texas?

If you’re into the macabre, we’ve got the National Museum of Funeral History! And then we have a few options that are just plain bizarre. Like the Cockroach Hall of Fame in Plano and Toilet Seat Museum in San Antonio.

What are some cheap activities in Texas?

Speaking of museums, how about these seven museums in Texas with free admission? Here are some more things from various areas of the state that are fun and don’t cost a dime. Mayfield Park in Austin is filled with beautiful peacocks!


One-day excursions from St. Petersburg by bus – prices for 2023

Tours and tickets



Travel from St. Petersburg to Karelia by minibus – the city of Sortavala, a retro train and Karelian waterfalls.

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By bus

Go to the summer residence of the emperor and take a walk in the landscape park.

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Bus and pedestrian

Six-hour acquaintance with Kronstadt — Petrovsky Dock, Naval Nikolsky Cathedral and Fort Konstantin.

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Bus and pedestrian

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Russian Empire in the royal city of Lomonosov.

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Bus and walking tour

Bus excursion to Gatchina with a visit to the Great Gatchina Palace and a walk through the picturesque park.

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Bus and pedestrian

Love history and tasting tinctures? Vitoslavlitsy is waiting for you – a museum of wooden architecture, Novgorod Detinets and Sofia, “Enchantress” and “Cranberry.

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Bus and pedestrian

A trip to one of the St. Petersburg residences of the Romanov dynasty, now the State Palace of Congresses is based on the palace and park complex


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Bus and walking tour

7-hour bus and walking tour to Peterhof with entrance tickets to the Grand Palace.

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Excursion around the atmospheric medieval Vyborg with a visit to the Vyborg Castle and Mon Repos Park.


Bus and pedestrian

Sightseeing tour of St. Petersburg and a tour of the Lower Park of Peterhof with a visit to the fountains in one excursion day.


Car and pedestrian

Walk through one of the most beautiful palace and park ensembles in the world and learn about the life of Russian tsars and empresses.



By bus

Feel the spirit of northern Karelian nature on a trip to the flooded marble quarries of the Ruskeala mountain park.

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By bus

Before Moscow, Rus’ had its pillars and strongholds on which the country rested. Some of them are the cities of Pskov, Izborsk and Pechory, which still keep the country.

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Bus and pedestrian tour

This tour will take you to the most famous place among the cities of the Leningrad Region — Peterhof. Thousands of tourists come here for colorful memories of amazing architectural monuments erected by masters of their craft.

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Tour to Ruskeala by premium-class bus with a visit to Marble Canyon, Akhvenkoski waterfalls and Korela fortress.

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Bus and pedestrian

Journey through the mystical places of Karelia — magic stones, an ancient temple and a rock of five elements.

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By boat

6-hour excursion to Peterhof on the Meteor with a visit to the Grand Imperial Palace and the Lower Park.


Bus and walking tour

One-day group bus and walking tour of Vyborg with a visit to the Mon Repos park.


Automobile and walking tour

One-day individual automobile and walking tour to Karelia for a company of up to 3 people.

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Car and pedestrian

One-day trip through the history of Vyborg — Vyborg castle, medieval streets and Scandinavian glög.

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Car and pedestrian

Kronstadt is an amazing city where you can come and relax for a couple of hours, or you can stay for the whole day, delve into the study of the forts of the fortress, or you can take a water sea route or along a canal, go to the cathedral take a walk in a quiet city, take a break from the hustle and bustle of the capital, get to know…

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By boat

8-hour excursion to Kronstadt on the “Meteor” with a walk through the center, visiting the “Island of Forts” and the Naval Cathedral.

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Conquer an impregnable fortress – one of the oldest in the vicinity of St. Petersburg.


By car

Just 1.5 hours drive from the center of St. Petersburg is the famous village of Staraya Ladoga. It is famous for the fact that it was from here, according to legend, from 862 to 864 that Rurik ruled Russia. That is, Ladoga managed to visit the capital of ancient Rus’…


Bus and pedestrian

V. a number of grand ducal palaces were created. Today, only one of them is ready to open its doors for guests of the city – Konstantinovsky.


Bus and pedestrian

In one day – 7 objects, short journeys, frequent stops in beautiful and interesting places with a rich history. All inclusive – even meals: a delicious lunch with Karelian fish soup from a trout farm.

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Tourist reviews

Maria O.

To Karelia in a mini-group! Ruskeala marble and the same retro train

Cool excursion, guide Nadezhda is beyond praise and thanks for a comfortable trip to Sergey, I would remove the Korelu fortress and spend these half an hour on the waterfalls) But in general, you need to go to Karelia for 2 minutes, preferably 3, there there are many things to see and take more money)

about 10 hours ago

Irina S.

Bus tour from St. Petersburg to Vyborg

Comfortable bus, excellent organization. I really liked the work of the guide, the verified texts she uttered with fascinating moments of history. Great town for a day trip. Delicious pretzels as souvenirs.

about 11 hours ago

Svetlana Ch.

To Karelia in a mini-group! Ruskeala marble and the same retro train

One of the most interesting excursions I have been on. Many locations, I liked everything, but the biggest impression of the retro train. The tour is long, you have to be prepared for it, but the impressions are excellent, despite the fatigue. I recommend.

5 days ago

Vikalina G.

Veliky Novgorod: the heart of the Russian land

The tour was very informative for me. And most importantly – everything is clear: SMS notification, bus delivery, departures. There was not enough time in Vitoslavlitsy, the local guide Daria conducted an interesting excursion there, but there was nothing left for a free walk, but I wanted to take a longer walk. Special thanks to the posadnitsa Agafya in the Novgorod Kremlin, it was a soulful excursion! In general, I am very satisfied with the tour, thank you!

6 days ago

Mikhail S.

Kronstadt: Naval Cathedral, Petrovsky Dock and the Island of Forts park

The tour was interesting during the trip to Krondstadt, after arrival, by and large, free time. I thought they would bring it to warships, but everything was limited to visiting the square near the church and the public entertainment space (park).

6 days ago

Marina M.

Veliky Novgorod: the heart of the Russian land

We liked the tour, we were very lucky with the weather. A good guide on the bus Dmitry, very good in Novgorod Dmitry, an accurate driver. I didn’t like it very much: there is not enough time in Veliky Novgorod, it could be increased by 2 hours, as it is recommended to visit the Faceted Chamber, etc., but there is no time at all. I would also like to go back way not in silence, but to listen to another guide. Let not all the travel time, but at least 1 hour, especially since the guide had a rest)))

10 days ago

Vera M.

Tsarskoye Selo, Catherine Palace, Amber Room

Thank you for the tour! Have an educational day! Evgenia is an excellent guide, she spoke in a non-dry language, which was interesting not only for me as an adult, but also for children. There was no free minute: all the time entertaining facts and dialogue with us, which also pleased me – the children were not distracted. Evgenia, you are very respectful!

13 days ago

Valentina S.

Veliky Novgorod: the heart of the Russian land

Super 👍 In Veliky Novgorod, the guide Dmitry just charmed ❤️ Deep knowledge, answers to all questions, very interesting, informative. A professional in his field, an amazingly pleasant voice, very interesting and informative 👍I am very glad that I was so lucky to get to this particular city and this excursion! I recommend with all my heart🙏

13 days ago

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One-day bus tours from St. Petersburg can be organized to satellite towns – to Pushkin, Gatchina, Kronstadt. You can meet the same deadline if you go outside the Leningrad region. For detailed information and the schedule of each bus tour, you can contact the travel agency directly or compare and find on the website. Here are just a few of the reviews.

Staraya Ladoga

The whole excursion will take 6 hours. You will visit the city from which the Grand Duke Rurik began to rule even before the formation of the Russian principality. The first stone fortress in Rus’ was built by Prophetic Oleg. Near Ladoga in 1240, Alexander Nevsky defeated the Swedes. In memory of the victory, he founded the St. Nicholas Monastery in the city.


A beautiful well-groomed city became Russian only in the middle of the 20th century. Therefore, it is easy to guess Danish, French and Swedish motifs in it. The city was founded in 1293 and has a long history. On its territory, imperial classicism, Finnish functionalism and buildings of the Soviet era coexist.

Veliky Novgorod

A 12-hour trip will introduce you to the most ancient Kremlin, St. George’s Monastery and St. Sophia Cathedral. The falling bell and the Znamensky Cathedral will tell about the holy places for Novgorodians. The ethnographic park Vitoslavlitsa, located in the suburbs, will demonstrate the peasant life of several eras.

You can admire the frescoes of the great Theophan the Greek in the Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior. The epic lake Ilmen will interest everyone who read Russian fairy tales as a child. The smallest city church is called the Peryn Skete. Local monks will be happy to tell you about the legends and myths of this place.


We offer an interesting one-day tour to the city of Kotka, the industrial and cultural center of Finland. It was chosen by Alexander III to enjoy the solitude and the northern landscape. In the Main Church of Kotka, you can listen to organ concerts, and in Sapokka Park, admire the 20-meter illuminated waterfall.

Other popular destinations:

  • Karelia
  • Valaam
  • Valdai
  • Sortavala
  • Pskov
  • Lahdenpokhya

40 kilometers from St. Petersburg is the Sablinsky Reserve. The trip will distract you from the bustle of the city and give you strength after visiting unique places:

  • Tosnensky and Sablinsky waterfalls are small, but at the same time they create the presence of a fairy tale;
  • Left-bank cave – a place created by man. It arose due to underground mining for the extraction of quartz. Its labyrinth is overgrown with legends and mysterious names. According to popular beliefs, it is easy to find a treasure here;
  • the canyons of the Sablinka and Tosna rivers attract attention with well-defined geological periods. Historical monuments of nature conquer with beauty and originality.

You can book places in car tours through our website or by phone. Operators will orient you along the chosen route and tell you the cost.

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10 Day trips from Florence City By train

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Florence is an amazing place to live and there are tons to do. But, if you want to go beyond that capital, we’ve got you covered. There are some amazing places to visit that are just a train ride from Florence. Here are 10 Day trips from Florence by train for you to enjoy!

  • Rail transport is the most environmentally friendly way to travel and this article was written for the purpose of educating about train travel and was made by Save the Train, Cheapest Train Tickets Website In The World.

1. Day trips from the city of Florence By train: Pisa

Pisa is on the wish list of most travelers because of its famous Leaning Tower of Pisa , Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and other wonderful sites. But the city itself, wide and divided by the Arno River, is worth a day trip on its own! There are a large number of small museums to check out, as well as gardens. Palazzo Blu also hosts monographic exhibitions of important contemporary artists (Chagall, Miró, and most recently Toulouse-Lautrec). And do look out for the last mural ever done by Keith Haring, called Worldwide .

You can expect to go on a trip. So, remember that if you are claustrophobic or afraid of heights climbing the Leaning Tower of Pisa may not sound appealing to you, but it is definitely worth a look!

Livorno Pisa trains

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903 903 62 Siena 3 903 62 0002 One of the most popular day trips from Florence by train to Siena. It is famous for its Palio, which is a horse race that runs through the equally famous Piazza del Campo. It is also known for its beautiful medieval architecture among other things. Siena is an ancient city filled with UNESCO World Heritage Sites and worth a visit!

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This is one of the most perfect day trips from Florence By train for those who want both the coast and the city. It’s not as historical or cultural as other Tuscan cities. However, it is one of Italy’s traditional seaside resort towns. This is the best place to stay and explore at your own pace with something for everyone.

Arezzo Livorno trains

Pisa Livorno trains

Florence Livorno trains

Siena to Livorno trains

4. San Gimigna 36 4.

Situated between Florence and Siena, San Gimignano is one of the most picturesque villages in Tuscany. It has 14 medieval towers, cobbled streets to wander around and admire the old medieval architecture of the buildings. It is located just an hour from Florence. 91 day Long trips from Florence By train: Bologna

Although outside of Tuscany and a bit more expensive to reach (unless you want to take the very slow regional train), the fast train will get you to Bologna in just half an hour. (be sure to get your tickets by Save train of course!) Bologna is one of the most underrated cities in Italy and it’s a very nice hotspot on our 10 day trip from Florence city by train. Despite the beautiful historic center, the rich food culture, and the lively, laid-back atmosphere, tourists on the usual Venice Florence Rome itinerary are often overlooked.

This is a shame, as there are many things to do in Bologna from climbing the medieval towers to a fun gastronomic tour, and this makes a great base from which to explore the other attractions in the region. We spent a week there in April and loved the combination of elegance and graininess and of course all that delicious fresh pasta.

Venice Bologna trains

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a big city in the Chianti region, Greve is a hidden gem with a lot of history, tradition as well a lot of wine culture. Greve is the perfect day trip from Florence to explore and stroll through its artisan shops, cafes, and coffee shops. If you are looking for a relaxed day, Greve may be your ideal choice.

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Sestri Levante to Rome trains

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day trips from the city of Florence Saturnia

Saturnia is a spa town in Tuscany in North Central Italy. An ideal place for relaxation and entertainment. thermal hot springs in Saturnia – sulfur springs in the center of the valley, known for their healing properties, offering relaxation and well-being thanks to immersion in water for all days.

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Trains from Perugia to Grosseto

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9002 9002 0362 8. Orvieto

After being founded by the Etruscans on top of a steep hill of tufa (volcanic ash stone). The city of Orvieto rises well above the tuff rocks, which are topped off with ramparts built from the same stone, called calcareous tufa. The main sights that cannot be seen are the Duomo and the Papal residence. This quaint city is perfect for wandering around and admiring its architecture.

Florence Orvieto trains

Siena to Orvieto trains

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903 Arezzo

If you are in Florence because you love renaissance art, hit up Arezzo, an hour or so away by train, for a different perspective . Francesca Piero, whose portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino you can see in the Uffizi, painted the tall chapel in that city, the Church of San Francesco. The complex fresco cycle, representing the history of the True Cross, is one of the most influential of the early Quattrocento, in which the artist worked his manic ideas of space (based on one point of view), inhabited by serene figures with egg-shaped heads.

The rest of the city also offers enough for a half day visit. (or more). If you like crowds, come on the first weekend of the month when almost the entire city center becomes a giant antiques market.

Florence Arezzo trains

Perugia to Arezzo trains

Bologna Arezzo trains

Siena to Arezzo trains


How can we leave from Venice on our 10 day trip from Florence city by Train list? Venice is one of the most romantic and popular destinations in Italy. Featuring thousands of canals, palaces, and gothic buildings. Venice is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities you have ever seen. Although it may be one of the most expensive. A day trip might be one of the best options if you’re not on a budget.

Milan Venice trains

Florence Venice trains

Bologna Venice trains

Rome Venice trains

Ready to tick some things off the bucket list? We hope our 10 Day Trips from Florence City By Train list has helped you narrow it down. Remember that Save a Train offers train tickets with no hidden costs and you can book in minutes!

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