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Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence with Optional Hiking
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Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence with Optional Hiking

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Explore the five idyllic fishing village’s of Italy’s UNESCO-listed Cinque Terre on this guided tour departing from Florence. This hassle-free adventure includes entry to the national park. You’ll visit areas inaccessible by car, hear from your guide about each town and enjoy a moderately challenging hike. If you choose the tour option without hiking, the train will be used instead to move between villages.
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Peter P wrote a review Jan 2020
Rushton, United Kingdom66 contributions55 helpful votes
This is a beautiful ancient village ; It is nestled in a valley and a fast flowing river flows alongside the Main Street ; There is a ruined castle ; two churches and a picturesque arched bridge ; you can find some cafes and small shops in the narrow streets and it is worth a visit for a few hours ;
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Date of experience: December 2019
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siv1964 wrote a review Jul 2019
Oslo, Norway45 contributions6 helpful votes
Not much to do or see. Two days is enough. Most things happens around The small city center. Ristorante Viassa is maybe The best restaurant. Where else do you get a Vieccho Romana on The house, as a digestive. A lot of pasta, pizza to eat in The town and very good meat, order «Tagliata»!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Claude M wrote a review Jul 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina679 contributions168 helpful votes
We visited Dolceacqua as part of the Monet exhibit in Bordighera. This is not worth the time or money. The village is old with quaint streets, lots of artists shops and restaurants near the river. The castle itself is in ruins without much to show or explain about medieval castles. There are informational signs explaining the history of the Nervia valley which are worth the read. So, go visit this village but spare yourself the Money exhibit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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An_Old_Burian wrote a review Apr 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom1,057 contributions359 helpful votes
Considering how close Dolceacqua is to the coast, it is "medival" even though there are modern cafes etc. It is amazing that there can be such a marked difference in the cultural atmosphere within such a small geographical distance
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Date of experience: April 2019
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millalaiset wrote a review Apr 2019
Gothenburg, Sweden70 contributions18 helpful votes
narrow alleys leading up to an old fort (closed when we were there). Magic atmosphere despite the souvenir shops. Take the local bus from Ventimiglia.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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