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Fantastic!! Guide was amazingly informed and professional - highly recommend - a highlight if my trip -- Cinque Terre was amazing!!! Excellent!!
Beware of Paris taxi service
At 7 AM when the tour started till the end, the tour operator kept the schedule and everyone else on the bus amazed by the beauty of the land and sea and the Cinque Terre towns. Another job well done and got my money's worth. Although one can travel by train bus and boat to get there, this tour took all the angst out of it.!!!!!
It was a long day, but an exceptional one. Much was included and the tour guide was wonderful.
Although a long day it was well worth going to see this beautiful part of Italy. The guide was great, very informative and personable. I would highly recommend this to anyone that is in the range of your tour.
Absolutely wonderful.each town was very unique. Tour guide and bus driver provided excellent information.I would recommend this tour to all.
We enjoyed our Cinque Terre tour very much. the bus, boat and train were all very comfortable and our guide shared his knowledge of the area.
We were impressed with the tour bus (new and very clean) and the knowledge of Sonia the guide.
We had a great time on this trip, the tour leader was wonderful, and the driver was great, we had a wonderful day and we would highly recommend your company
We loved our trip to Cinque Terre from Milan. It was a long day but it was well organised, the guide was great and the bus comfortable.The tour itself was stunning. We had a great feel for the area and enjoyed the sites, a meal ( we payed for ourselves) and experiences. Well recommended!
This was another of my most favourite tours out of Milan. We coached to Portovenere where we had some free time to explore before boarding the ferry which took us along the Cinque Terre coast calling into all the ports. This was great as you were able to see these little townships [built into the hillsides] up close and personal and get some great photos. We disembarked at Monterosso al Mare for free time and lunch. The only hiccup on this tour was when we went to board the train [which travels between the 5 towns of Cinque Terre] to take us to Vernazza, the Italian rail in their wisdom cancelled our service and about 3 after ours - leaving the possibility of only 2 services left for that day. Therefore the group opted to catch whatever train came along to take us back to La Spezia to meet up with the coach. Otherwise we would have been stranded as there is no road access into these townships. It was still a magic tour and thanks for making it so by the excellent Zani Viaggi tour guide Angela and our coach driver.