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Cinque Terre Full-Day Tour with Lunch Option from Florence

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  • See more of the Cinque Terre in less time on a day trip from Florence
  • Tick off four of the UNESCO-listed villages in only one day
  • Travel by bus, boat, and train for multiple perspectives of the area
Cinque Terre Day Trip with Transport from Florence
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Excludes lunch
Tour with Lunch
Includes 3-course lunch
Tour Only in French
Tour departs at 7am with a French-speaking guide. Excludes lunch.
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The UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Cinque Terre National Park are a must-see site. Visit four of the five Cinque Terre fishing towns on a stress-free day trip from Florence, an easy way to eliminate the hassle of renting a car or dealing with public transport. Travel between Riomaggiore, Manarola, Monterosso, and Vernazza by coach bus, boat, and train, and let a guide bring the history of each village to life.
What to Expect

After greeting your guide in central Florence, board an air-conditioned coach destined for the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its colorful seaside towns.

The first stop is Riomaggiore, replete with pastel-colored buildings and cobbled streets that are best revealed on a walking tour. Then, continue to Manarola to stroll around the harbor and snap photographs of the houses that cling to the cliffs.

Travel to Monterosso by boat where, if you’ve upgraded to include lunch, you can enjoy seafood and pasta accompanied by wine at a local restaurant. Opt to sunbathe and swim at a nearby beach before you continue to Vernazza, known for its olive-oil production.  

Your guided tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point in Florence.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Cinque Terre Day Trip

The group was a bit too large but still a worthwhile experience, highly recommend the tour with our very passionate tour guide Constantino, he made the entire trip fun and exciting! We travelled between the 4 towns by bus, train and boat. Definitely recommend anyone...More

3  Thank Fanny W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Make your own way!

The group was too large and don’t go on a Monday! That’s their busiest day for large groups. The bus was dirty and not well kept. We had very little time in each location. Also be sure to bring a swim suit the beaches are...More

1  Thank Melissa W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Perfect way to see Cinque Terre

This tour was a great way to see 4 out of the 5 villages. You leave Florence by bus and head towards the coast. From there you catch public transport (train, ferry) between the villages. It's a long day, but definitely worth it. Our tour...More

Thank Marianna E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Make your own way

I think the biggest problem is that the group was way too large. I can not recommend this trip, we would have been better making our own way. We were let loose in 4 of the 5 towns, all free time, no real information about...More

8  Thank Margaret C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Amazing Tour!

Cinque Terre tour is one of our top visits while in Italy! It is a fast paced tour but you see so much. Our guide, Luca, was very informative and fun! My daughter and I were able to spend time at the beach during free...More

1  Thank AmyK3184
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August 13, 2018|
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June 17, 2018|
Response from Cesare G |
Who needs silly our guides? Take train to La Spezia, go to the port, and hop on the boat, and stop at any of the villages as your please! Late afternoon, take a boat back to La Spezia and hop on the train again. Enjoy!