From London to Florence the distance is 1600 Km, from New York to Florence it is 6692.80 Km and from Melbourne to Florence, 16103.08 Km.
The easiest way to reach Tuscany by plane is through the Florence international Airport or the Pisa international airport (this second one is more known for the low cost flights of many air companies). Florence, because of its position, also has fast and efficient rail and motorway connections making it easy to reach the rest of the country.
You can also reach Tuscany by boat to the main Tuscan maritime Port of Leghorn. Ferries run from Leghorn/Livorno to Olbia (Sardinia), Genoa (Liguria), and Barcelona (Spain).
Other companies’ routes include Piombino-Portoferraio (Elba), Genoa-Bastia (Corsica), Piombino-Bastia, and Bonifacio (Corsica)-S. Teresa di Gallura (Sardinia).
Sometimes we hear people say they’re not sure if they were in Tuscany or not; here’s a trick.
Tuscany is made up of ten provinces: Florence, Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena. Any town you’ll be in will be listed essentially under one of these provinces which are the political sub-divisions of the Region of Tuscany and you can see them in this map.