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From Florence: Pisa and Cinque Terre Full-Day Tour

1. From Florence: Pisa and Cinque Terre Full-Day Tour

Enjoy a full-day sightseeing and walking tour of Pisa and the Cinqueterre National Park on an excursion especially designed for independent travelers. Explore Ligurian Riviera, Riomaggiore, and Manarola with your guide, and try local produce and wines. You will first travel by train from Santa Maria Novella station in Florence. Stop for 2 hours at Pisa, home of the spectacular Piazza dei Miracoli, where you will see Pisa’s most significant attractions, including the Leaning Tower, Baptistry, Campo Santo, and Duomo di Pisa (Pisa Cathedral). Next, travel by local train from La Spezia station, on the Pisa to Genoa line, to Cinqueterre National Park. Known as the "Five Lands," Cinqueterre is a stunning cluster of villages famous for their scenic walking trails, gorgeous coastline, and sunny beaches. The next stop will be a visit to Riomaggiore. Two more villages will be visited Manarola and Vernazza, which is ideal for those who want to relax and lay on the beach. 

From Florence: Pisa, Lucca, and Cinque Terre Day Trip

2. From Florence: Pisa, Lucca, and Cinque Terre Day Trip

Discover the greater Tuscany region on a day trip from Florence that visits some of the area's highlights. Your first stop is Pisa with its leaning tower. Then, head to the historic Lucca, before your final stop, the coastal Cinque Terre. After leaving Florence, your first stop is Pisa. The guide will introduce you to the city and its history before you explore on your own. Enjoy some free time to check out Duomo Square, which includes famous monuments such as the leaning tower, and make the most of some photo opportunities. Step back in time as you marvel at Lucca's medieval architecture. See the ancient city walls and the Romanesque-style St. Martin's Cathedral. After the guided tour, there will be free time to walk along the Via Fillungo or observe the passers-by in the oval-shaped Plaza del Amphitheater. The last stop will be in Cinque Terre. Stop for something to eat and then see the 5 villages that make it up the area. Take some spectacular photos and travel from one town to another on the tourist train, admiring the coastal scenery.

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What people are saying about Pisa

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 109 reviews

Emma was an incredible tour guide!! She made sure to always explain the plan for each place, was very clear about where to meet, and helped make sure we all got in and out of the trains to stay together. She truly made this experience amazing with her recommendations for food/restaurants, picture spots, and culture behind everything. The day is long overall but Cinque Terre especially is absolutely worth it, especially for this price!

Perfect tour! The trains were a bit busy because it was republic day but Fransesca did everything to make our experience as great as possible! The experience, i imagine, would not have been the same without Fransesca and being in a group. Would recommend 100%. Very tired but thrilled by our trip!❤️

Very nice experience and led by Dr Jean Francois (June 21) who accompanied us at all times when I lost my bag in Vernazza without neglecting the group either, I would repeat the tour only with him. He gave me the confidence of a professional, congratulations!

Absolutely worth the 13 hour day !!! Breathtaking views and our tour leaders were terrific.

Wonderful time. Everything is timed out perfectly. Couldn’t ask for a better trip.