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That was an amazing experience.. Highly recommended.
one of the best day trips for me - despite the loooong coach ride, i was simply blown away by the scenic autumn sights especially when we were approaching La Spezia. totally charmed by the centuries-old seaside villages along the rugged Italian Riviera coastline, fronted by colorful houses and vineyards on the steep terraces. we visited the village of Manarola, then took a train ride to Monterosso, where we had lunch before hopping on a ferry ride back with a fantastic sunset view to boot! Cinque Terre is simply breathtaking - definitely a must-visit when in Italy. one item in my bucket list checked! :-
Scenery fabulous. Pace was good.
Great trip to 3 of the best towns. The bus was the smaller and older type so it seemed like a sauna often at the back of the bus but overall the trip was great.
Enjoyed a tour of Mount St. Michell and St Marlo with our expert guide who we were delighted to travel with. Expert knowledge and driving and the nicest person as well. Her interest was entirely in us getting the most possible enjoyment out of the day which we did. It was one of the best experiences of our entire trip.
Perfect trip, great day. I did this trip and Portofino/Genoa, both were awesome.
Great day, long trip there and back but certainly worth it, loved the train and boat trip along the coast
This trip was a great intro to Le Cinque Terre, I thought we wouldn’t have time to enjoy the villages but we had enough time to explore on our own and eat a very delicious lunch. The weather made the trip all the better. The drive there and back are a bit long so if you have extra time in Milan
Beautiful day just wish we would have had more time there.
You may prefer to take this trip from Florence, because of the long bus ride from Milan. That being said, I experienced a full day of breathtaking moments during this tour. Zani Viaggi, the tour company, does this trip well. I never would have been able to see so much in so short a time on my own. Cars and buses are not allowed in Cinque Terre, so travel was by two boat rides and a train ride, all perfectly timed. The area is simply gorgeous, unlike any place I've ever been. How people built these towns precariously, on cliff edges, is mind boggling!
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