Escape from the constant hustle and bustle of the city and plunge into an adventurous exploration of the Ligurian coast. Our Cinque Terre Tours from Florence give you a chance to explore the picturesque Tuscany seaside.
First, our comfortable air-conditioned minibus will take you to a tiny old port town, Portovenere. This harbor is particularly cherished for the uncanny balance between its rustic architecture and natural environment. Then, the Cinque Terre trip will move on (by a boat or train - depending on the season) through the breathtaking Cinque Terre National Park; It's an ideal time to snap a few lovely pictures for your photo album! First, you will arrive in Manarola. After a bit of exploration, we will continue to the second of the Cinque Terre villages, Vernazza. At last, the tour will culminate in the charming Monterosso. Also commonly called the Pearl of Cinque Terre, this ancient fishing village will dazzle you with lush green vegetation and sandy beaches. After lunch, you will have plenty of free time to swim or enjoy the village as well as try the local Limoncino Ligure in a quaint wine shop.
There are a plethora of exciting things to do in Tuscany. Not exploring this eclectic region beyond Florence means giving up on many spectacular experiences. So, if your heart yearns for the seaside, our Cinque Terre tours from Florence provide an excellent opportunity to discover the Ligurian Coast.
Booking the Cinque Terre in one day Tour with us lets you dive into the picturesque Ligurian coastline without losing your time and patience with organizational details. You don't need to preoccupy with searching train connections, purchasing tickets, or finding your way around. We manage the organizational bits and pieces so that you can kick back and relax.
Furthermore, our expert multilingual guides will lead the way and provide a helping hand or advice when necessary. Also, if something sparks your curiosity, they are happy to answer your questions!
Cinque Terre is one of the top destinations in Tuscany not only for its crystal clear waters but also for its great gastronomic delicacies and hiking trails. Still, Cinque Terre is not as overcrowded as Florence, for instance. This makes it a great escape, a lovely refuge from tourist masses. The popularity of this place only started growing in the sixties. Until then, the tiny villages lived undisturbed and devoted to their secluded fishing lives.
Since Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as forms part of the National Park of Cinque Terre since 1999, the impact tourism on the area is strictly controlled.
Book our Cinque Terre tours from Florence today and, for a day, escape the crowded streets of the city and enjoy the sun!