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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Based on 44 Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

The tour was outstanding! Travelling to Florence this summer and miss this tour means you went to Accademia and didn't see statue of David.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
absolutely fantastic

Excellent value for money tour. julia was our guide and she was wonderful.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Kerrie was amazing and had very good knowledge of the places. During the visit, we stop quite a few places and get chance to take photos. that one was the best sightseeing ever visited.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Strongly recommended! Our guide was very professional and experienced.


★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 4-Excellent
Cinque terre

The tour was quite good. i love the place we went. just our guide was talking little fast with Italian accent.


★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 4-Excellent
Carolyn G

The sites and town were exactly what we wanted. The wine tasting was wonderful and we had a lot of free time to explore the surroundings. I would have enjoyed a guided tour of all the town on the list, though, a bit more.



Florence is not only an ideal base from which to explore Tuscany but also great for venturing further all the way. For example, to the dreamy Ligurian coast. Yes, turning your attention away from Florentine masterpieces, medieval forts, rolling hills and vineyards is not easy. Nevertheless, the picturesque Cinque Terre tour from Florence will make it worth your while. Cinque Terre decorates the edge of Ligurian region sitting amid one of the most dramatic coastal sceneries on earth. Comprised of five ingeniously built fishing villages, it can inspire and wake up even the most worn out of spirits. Cinque Terre day trip from Florence offers a visit of this uncanny paradise. It's been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997. Naturally, Cinque Terre isn't as untouched and undiscovered as it was in the 60s but, honestly, who cares? 

It’s too touching for you to miss it. Winding paths riddle seemingly unshakeable cliffsides. There is even a lovely 19th-century railway line. It makes its way through a series of coastal tunnels helping you get from village to village. 

You can easily plan your own Florence to Cinque Terre day trip by train. However, beware the journey lasts between 2.5 to 3 hours both ways and involves a couple of train changes. A much more comfortable and less complicated way of visiting the villages is signing up for a Cinque Terre bus tour from Florence. Once there, you can explore the villages with boat tours. Using the old railway or simply hike from one settlement to the next is also not a bad idea. Its unique landscapes that have been hacked, shaped and layered over two millennia. Since the villages date to the early medieval period and their vernacular architecture sits in steep cliffs reminiscent of terraces, traveling through them by car is forbidden. 

This unmatched natural park offers light blue waters. These waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling and diving as well as rich historical and cultural heritage and delicious gastronomy. Different Cinque Terre day trips and tours boast unique perks. Each focuses on one or more of the treasures the villages have to offer. Browse the page to explore the options and find the ideal Cinque Terre tour from Florence for you. 

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