We will drive to Cinque Terre (The Five Lands), 5 mediaeval fisherman villages, all disposed along a 5-7 miles piece of coastline, which developed isolated through the ages as they could only be reached by sea, and feature an intact architecture and unbelievable landscapes.
We will reach Riomaggiore (first town), we'll visit it and walk along the famous "Via dell'Amore" (Walkway of Love) a romantic and easy path, carved along the cliffs and we’ll reach Manarola (second town). Last stop in Vernazza,(fourth town) considered the most picturesque of the five. Lunch is at leisure.
The route will be a fantastic moment because the road is one of the most breathtaking and scenic in Italy. Coasting the mountains and cutting through the terraces, this will give you unforgettable memories.
The tour consists also of the "Via dell'Amore" (Walkway of Love) and transportation with train or boat from Manarola to Vernazza (the ticket is not included in the price).
Please note : the Tour is conducted only in English
Please check the day and departure times in the Booking Box at the top.
Directly from your Hotel or Apartment in Florence.
Private DeLuxe Minivan licensed to enter restricted areas.
Guaranteed even with 3 participants only and with a maximum of 8 passengers.
Tour conducted by a qualified Driver/Guide*.
Minimal walking required.
Not included: Entrances at museums, castles and villas, transportations with train or boat. Meals, food and beverage, sightseeing tours with local guides, tips, unless specified in the programs.
* Driver/Guide will thoroughly introduce the places being visited, from a cultural, historical and artistic viewpoint while walking or driving to and through them, but is not licensed to give in depth explanations at sights or guide inside churches, or museums.
Here there were found remains from pre-Roman age, but the current appearance is the result of thousands of years of rocks' pressure and erosive action of water that today give to the Cinque Terre characteristics unique in the world, while they still conserve an uncontaminated and wild nature.