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Pisa and Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence by Train

  • Cover more ground in less time on a day trip to Pisa and Cinque Terre
  • Take the train for the fastest way between attractions
  • Eliminates the stress of navigating public transportation alone
Pisa and Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence by Train
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Pisa and Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence by Train

This day trip to Pisa and the Cinque Terre from Florence by train—the fastest way to reach two of Tuscany’s top attractions—takes care of all the transportation details for you. See the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cinque Terre, and snap photos next to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of Europe’s most iconic monuments.

What to Expect

Your day trip begins at Santa Maria Novella train station, where you greet your guide, receive your tickets without waiting in line, and board a train destined for Pisa.

On arrival in Pisa, you head straight to Piazza dei Miracoli to admire the Duomo and the Leaning Tower of Pisa during free time (entrance to both at own expense).

Then, after returning to the station, you take the train to Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famed for its cascade of colorful houses and coastal views. In Cinque Terre, explore the villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, and Vernazza, where you can opt to go swimming.

Your tour concludes with a train journey to Florence, where you bid your guide farewell.

Note: This tour is for travelers between the ages of 18 and 45.

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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Unbelievable Experience

This was a great tour with a tremendous guide, Sally. Our group was me, my wife, her brother and our two daughters and we had an awesome time. I would highly recommend this tour of all the great parts of Cinque Terre and ask if...More

Thank 485andrewc
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great tour, well worth the money

This tour was amazing and really took the stress out of planning which trains to take, the timing, lunch, etc. Alessandro was an extremely helpful, knowledgable and transparent tour guide! We were given a good amount of time to explore/shop at both Pisa and Cinque...More

Thank Alannah M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great day trip

It was a full day and great way to see Pisa and Cinque Terre. Sally was an excellent guide and well organized.

Thank auroradeanaroga
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cinque Terre, a dream come true to see this...

We had a wonderful guide, Gabriella. She was really good, and organised and informative. We had to take quite a few trains, but that was the most effective way to get to all these remote places. I loved it. I have always dreamt of seeing...More

Thank 596siand
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Cinque Star Tour

The day was jam packed with amazing sights to see. Our group was a a bit larger than average however our very friendly and helpful guides, Sally and Piers, kept everyone engaged and informed about what to do and what to expect throughout the day....More

1  Thank Danwin S
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chandu k
21 June 2018|
Response from Arun A |
We are party of 4, with daughter 13 years old. Can she join us for this tour? Also we plan to stay overnight at Conque Terre, can we still take this tour starting from Florence?
Maria N
6 June 2018|
Response from Irene C | Property representative |
Hi! Pisa is our first stop of the day and we arrive at about 09:00am in the morning. The ride from Pisa to Cinque Terre is about 2H30m
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Indera B
30 May 2018|
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Response from Irene C | Property representative |
Hi! The train from Florence to Pisa is about 1H30m and we remain in Pisa for 1H30 which is the right time to allow people to visit the cathedral, the leaning tower and the Campo Santo.
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