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Cinque Terre Tours 2018/2019

3 Tours with 1 Review

  • The only Cinque Terre day trip that leaves from Rome by high speed train..
  • Visit three of the five beautiful towns on the Cinque Terre.
  • Travel between towns via train, scenic boat cruise and panoramic drive.
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Walks of Italy

Cinque Terre From Rome

Cinque Terre is one of the most beautiful and famous stretches of coastline in Italy ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Rome/Rome
  • Operator Walks of Italy Active 7 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 270 14 hours View Tour
Next Departures
Mar 25
Mar 27
  • Taste the best local foods and wines of Cinque Terre.
  • Discover the most beautiful viewpoints in Riomaggiore, the biggest village of ‘the Cinque’.
  • Experience local life in this untouched fishing  village.
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Urban Adventures
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Tasting Cinque Terre

La dolce Riomaggiore! This is the biggest village of Cinque Terre and the best ... Read More
  • Starts Cinque Terre
  • Operator Urban Adventures
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 109 2 hours View Tour
  • Limoncino ligure Tasting.
  • Explore the Best of Nature through Trails, Caves, Beaches and Greenery.
  • Discover the Local Culture.
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My Tour
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Cinque Terre & Porto Venere Tour From Florence

You will spend an unforgettable day discovering the most impressive Ligurian landscapes. In this area ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Florence/Florence
  • Operator My Tour
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 117 13.75 hours View Tour
Next Departures
Mar 1
Mar 3
No Booking Fees
No extra booking fees are charged.
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Cinque Terre Tour Reviews

2.0 - Poor Based on 1 customer reviews
Ok Reviewed Tour: Cinque Terre & Portovenere Tour From Montecatini
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2 - Poor
“After our long trip to Italy, we have decided group tours are not our thing. This one was ok in relation to others. Cinque terre is beautiful and the final stop of our tour was worth it. Lounge on the beach! But getting there was hot, chaotic, and actually just annoying. You bus to the train, the walk to a boat, then wait, then wait, then boat to the second city where you get not enough time to explore just to wait again for the boat. The boat is a ferry that is crowded and slow. I would go to cinque terre again but head directly to the final stop and skip the junk.”
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