One of the busiest railway stations in Italy serving as the main transport hub of Florence. It's served by regional as well as high-speed trains, and local buses stop right outside the station. 59 million people use the station every year.
The building is a great example of Italian modernism. It opened in 1935 and features a vast entrance hall with a glass and steel roof. The interior is decorated with sculptures by Italo Griselli and paintings by Ottone Rosai and Mario Romoli.
A statue and a memorial plaque honoring the Jews who were deported to Nazi concentration camps during WWII can be found near the platform number 16.
Official website http://www.fsitaliane.it/
Address 1 Piazza della Stazione, Florence, Tuscany 50123, Italy
Coordinates 43°46'35.677" N 11°14'51.854" E