Cinque Terre Hiking Day Trip from Florence
Reviewed by: FLORIN O, February 2016
Excellent day trip and we had the best guide
Reviewed by: The Ashley B, United States of America, January 2016
Doing this with my 4 best friends of 20 years was by far one of the top experiences of my life. The views are unmatched. The hike up the mountain was the best/most beautiful nature oriented workout I've ever done. Every village has its own unique vibe. The food at the Mediterranean Sea-side restaurant is some of the freshest you will ever taste. And our tour guide looked like Ryan Gosseling and was very friendly/informative.I would/will literally do this tour every time I am near Florence. Thank you viator
Reviewed by: bethallison80, January 2016
This tour was amazing!
Reviewed by: Hon L, January 2016
A wonderful experience. Make sure you wear running shoes!
Reviewed by: Monica W, January 2016
A wonderful experience!! Fabio was so much fun and anything you do with the Walkabout tours you will not be disappointed. We signed up for more tours with Walkabout once we did this first one!! You will not be disappointed!! Loved, loved, loved the Florence area and the local tour operator helped so much with our amazing experience.
Reviewed by: Bryan I, January 2016
Incredible Tour!!!!!! Everyone should do this tour! Lots of hiking and walking, for sure. The scenery ,
Beautiful!!!!!!! Breathtaking! Our guide was great too!
Reviewed by: Tracy W, December 2015
I loved this tour. It was a great way to see the Cinque Terre in one day. It won't suit you if you are wanting to fully hike between each town because you only hike between two towns if you want to. The tour started in the second town, Manarola. From there we caught a train and walked up 385 steps to Cornilglia and had a nice two course lunch. From there you could hike 4km to the 4th village, Monterroso or to take a train. Because it had been raining and the steps were wet I took the train but I was told it was spectacular and scary. The town itself was beautiful.
We took the teain to Vernazza and had 45 minutes to explore it, drink some wine or take a dip in the ocean. From there we took a boat to the 1st town, Riomaggiore where we were given an hour to explore and grab a bite to eat. The town was charming and approaching by boat gave you a chance to view all of the towns by water.
it was a long day from 8am to 5pm with 5 hours in the bus. But the tour guide Johnny was great. He gave us lots of information about places we passed.