Fast travel booths were a means of travel during the Renaissance, of which the Assassin Ezio Auditore could travel to different regions in Italy, each with their own list of districts where booths were able to transport him, at the cost of a small fee.
Despite the Animus' database entry on the commodity claiming that the people who were in charge of planning these trips often sold out their clients to brigands, Ezio did not encounter any resistance when he traveled, aside from a group of guards sent by Rodrigo Borgia during one memory.
The price to travel from one place to another was dependent on the proximity of Ezio's current location and his destination.
- Tuscany - San Gimignano
- San Gimignano - North East Gate
- San Gimignano - North Gate
- San Gimignano - South Gate
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