Cinque Terre is a very particular Italian destination. Appreciated for a long time by foreign visitors, especially from the US and Northern Europe, lately, it has been living a sudden growth that makes it renowned all over the world. Under the name of Cinque Terre we find five old fishermen villages perched on the Ligurian coast, very close to Northern Tuscany, called Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso. We have already talked about some of the wrong assumptions about Cinque Terre and gave you more information about this charming destination.

Cinque Terre is one of the most fascinating destinations in Italy, on the bucket list of many visitors from across the world. Nowadays, these five little towns overlooking a crystal-clear sea are as famous as other top tourist attractions like Rome, Venice, the Amalfi Coast, and Tuscany. Speaking of Tuscany, if you are planning a holiday to this marvelous region, it would be easy for you to plan a day trip to the five Cinque Terre towns too. They are located 130 km from Livorno, where many cruise ships dock

How to reach from Lucca to Cinque Terre In case you are thinking about a tour to visit Cinque Terre, we cad advise to choose small tours, especially small tours by minivan with a number limited to people.  Regulars day tours from Lucca to Cinque Terre: Bellaitaliatour scheduled regular tours on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday all year around. Free pick up and drop off from every Hotel in the city area. Small group with a max to 8 people group with tour guide so you feel you free to ask

How to reach from Pisa to Cinque Terre In case you are thinking about a tour to visit Cinque Terre, we cad advise to choose small tours, especially small tours by minivan with a number limited to people. Below some tour operator in the area Regulars day tours from Pisa to Cinque Terre: Bellaitaliatour scheduled regular tours on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday all year around. Free pick up and drop off from every Hotel in the city area. Small group with a max to 8 people group. Itinerary includes just boats

Cinque Terre and Portovenere A trip from Riomaggiore to Monterosso to finish in Portovenere in the beautiful scenery of the Ligurian Cinque Terre is a very special experience. An authentic immersion into the magic of historic and colorful villages in spectacular seaside location, overlooking the hills, the steep terrain where triumph the vineyards and where the sea is near perfectly with agriculture in a unique fragrance with spectacular aromas. A wonderful course then in the localities of the protected National Park of Cinque Terre, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in