Cinque Terre Day Tour | Visit Cinque Terre in One Day
Cinque Terre Day Tour is the best way to discover the wonders of riviera ligure where five of Italy’s most visited villages are found: Monterosso Al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola e Riomaggiore. Since 1997, Cinque Terre is part of Unesco’s World Heritage Site and is considered among the most visited tourist attractions in Italy.
Five villages suspended between the sea and the earth characterized by many small colored houses and vineyards clinging to the coast. By their nature they have been isolated from the main communications routes and have maintained their rugged and rough hilly territory. To visit the beautiful medieval villages, sanctuaries and artisan shops with typical dishes all to taste.
Choose our Cinque Terre day tour from Florence and admire the beauties of these five villages that have not been affected by nature. Enjoy a small corner of paradise and spend a day immersed in these beautiful landscapes and visit portovenere, one of the most enchanting places in Liguria.
Cinque Terre Day Tour: the most beautiful villages to see
With our Cinque Terre day tour you can admire the beautiful landscapes of the ligurian villages. In particular you can visit Monterosso at the sea, the land loved by Eugenio Montale. Known as the land of fishermen, it is famous today for its medieval tower, and the castle on the sea. The Aurora Tower is the last remaining of the 13 towers that once embraced the country.
Vernazza is located on an impressive cliff and is famous for its red, yellow and pink houses that attract thousands of tourists in summer. Famous for its maritime tradition, Vernazza is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Castello Doria and the sanctuary of reggio are the most beautiful attractions in the place. Corniglia is the only country of Cinque Terre that cannot be reached by the sea. To get there you need to climb the lardarina, a staircase of 377 steps.
If you have chosen a Cinque Terre day tour you must visit the village of Manarola. Three of the most beautiful things to see is the church of San Lorenzo built in 1338 in gothic style and old mills and mills, renovated by the national park. Finally, Riomaggiore with its colored houses that all have a double entrance, one on the front and the other in the back. Houses were built in this way in 1500 to facilitate escape in case of saracen attacks. The famous path of love is a long path dug in the rock leading to Manarola.
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