My Account
Follow us

Florence to Cinque Terre Tours

Florence to Cinque Terre Special offers ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 44 Reviews

Sort by
Sort by filter

Florence to Cinque Terre Popular Products

Show More


Top Attractions

More Things to do

Explore by City

From - To

Florence to Cinque Terre Reviews
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Based on 44 Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
A nice trip with a friendly guide

A small group led by an experienced local guide who tended to everyone with concern and patience. THANK YOU!!!


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

I had a very good time in Tuscany. if you going to Florence than I highly recommend to take this tour.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Tour is was the best! Very funny guy, who make this tour so wonderful.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

100% worth it, Strongly recommend taking this tour if visiting tuscany.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 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

As many time we stop on the way, allowed us to enjoy more unique places. One of the great day.


Cinque Terre Tour From Florence

Florence is not only an ideal base from which to explore Tuscany but also great for venturing further away. For example, to the dreamy Ligurian coast. Cinque Terre decorates the edge of the Ligurian region, sitting amidst one of the most dramatic coastal landscapes on earth. The Cinque Terre National Park is comprised of five rugged coastline villages, winding paths, and clear blue waters perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving.

Although Cinque Terre is relatively close to Florence - roughly 150 km - there’s not a direct train, and driving through the area is forbidden. However, with an organized Cinque Terre day trip tour from Florence, you can travel to the region in the most stress-free way

Book a Cinque Terre day trip from Florence &

Visit this extraordinary paradise!

Once there, you can tour the villages by taking a boat ride, use the old railway, or simply hike from one town to the next. There are many tours that take you to Cinque Terra from Florence, and they all boast their unique perks. Each focuses on one or more of the treasures the villages have to offer. Are you ready to start planning your trip? Browse the page and find the ideal Cinque Terre Florence day trip for you

Cinque Terre Tour From Florence: Highlights

#Cinque Terre Excursion From Florence

Cinque Terre Day Trip From Florence Tips

Prepare For Your Cinque Terre Day Trip

Quick Facts


Italian Riviera

Known For

Seaside Villages

Activity Type

Day Trip In Cinque Terre

Yearly Visitors

2.5 Million +

High Season

May - September

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

Cinque Terre Tour From Florence: Highlights

  • Gain insight knowledge - An expert guide will enrich your trip with historical and cultural information about the villages of Cinque Terre.
  • See more in less time - Why waste precious time figuring out the transportation system? With a Florence Cinque Terre Tour, you can travel through the five villages and discover Cinque Terre in one day from Florence. 
  • Transportation is included - Sit back, relax, and travel to Cinque Terre from Florence in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. 
  • Ride a boat on the Mediterranean sea - Marvel at the small villages from a compelling new perspective with a Cinque Terre boat tour from Florence.

#Cinque Terre Excursion From Florence

Your one day trip to Cinque Terre from Florence wouldn’t be complete without a photo shoot! 

  • Take a picture walking through the beautiful narrow streets of Corniglia.
  • Climb to Vernazza's viewpoint to capture the sunset over the cliffside fishing village.
  • Film a short video of the picturesque views on your Florence to Cinque Terre bus ride. 

Got a winner? Choose the best snap from your trips to Cinque Terre Italy. Post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram for a potential feature in our social media!

Cinque Terre Day Trip From Florence Tips

  • Book a food and wine Cinque Terre tour for the opportunity to enjoy the local specialties.
  • When you’re traveling with family or friends, book your private or small group tours for more personal experiences.
  • Maximize your trip by venturing out to more places to visit in Italy with a Pisa and Cinque Terre tour from Florence.

Prepare For Your Cinque Terre Day Trip

  • Pack your swimsuit & beach towel - Most guided tours of Cinque Terre from Florence include free time to go for a swim. 
  • The best time to visit Cinque Terre is May and September as the weather is nice and there are fewer crowds. If visiting during winter, keep in mind the hiking trails aren’t always accessible due to heavy rains.
  • Wear comfortable clothes & shoes - when you take a Cinque Terre hiking tour from Florence, you should wear loose clothing and appropriate footwear. 


How far is Cinque Terre from Florence?

The distance between Florence and Cinque Terre is 150 km. A train from Florence to Riomaggiore takes around 3 hours and requires a change in La Spezia train station. An organized Cinque Terre trip from Florence takes on average, less time, and is hassle-free in comparison to trying to deal with the complex public transportation system.

Which is the best way to travel from Cinque Terre from Florence?

If you plan on driving from Cinque Terre to Florence, keep in mind the roads are very narrow, and parking space is limited. Alternatively, you can plan your own Florence to Cinque Terre day trip by train. However, the journey involves a couple of train changes.

A much more comfortable and less complicated way of visiting the villages is with a Cinque Terre bus tour from Florence. 

Is a day trip to Cinque Terre worth it?

Absolutely! The best way to discover Cinque Terre in a day is by booking a Cinque Terre day trip from Florence. You won’t miss a thing when you book your full-day itinerary to the Italian Riviera. 

If you have more time, a Cinque Terre weekend trip is ideal for exploring the villages in more depth.

Related Articles

Italy / Tuscany / Florence / Florence to Cinque Terre
This site uses cookies to personalize content.  X