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The Cinque Terre

  • 10 hours

Tour Description

The Cinque Terre is a fabulous area to visit, made up of tiny towns perched along the coast. The easiest way to visit the towns is to take a boat from one to the other, or walk. However, along the way are the famous Carrara marble quarries, which are worth a visit. At the quarry there are two tour options organized on site, one is going into the mountain itself, into a sort of cathedral, while the other is a 4x4 tour of the external mining areas. NOTE: For the Cinque Terre day you will need to have a mobile phone that works in Italy to be able to contact your driver for the meeting point.

Additional Info

Pick up location

Directly from your accommodation


10 hours


In a unique location with typical, local far, excluded from quotes

Suggested Itinerary


Pick up at accommodation


Drive to the Cinque Terre, stopping for an optional Carrara marble quarry visit. Drop off at the Cinque Terre is in Manarola, from where you will visit the towns at your own pace


In a local restaurant, we can suggest places


Continue visiting the towns, until the organized time and meeting point.


Drop off at accommodation


Maria F.:

We travelled to Italy with 4 couples. Tomas was our driver for 2 weeks. He went above and beyond. Before arriving in Italy, Tomas arranged many of our excursions. This saved us money and time. We went many places we would have never known existed. For example, he took us to a vinegar tasting in Modena with a light lunch which was lovely, arranged for a cooking class and a winery tasting with lunch. He took us to all eateries where the locals eat and helped us with the menus. Tomas being from Siena was very knowledgeable of the Tuscany region and we learned so much. We were able to stop in any village we wanted whether for shopping, eating or just sightseeing.
When our travel plans take us back to Italy, we would not hesitate calling on Tomas' services. I would recommend Tomas to anyone traveling to Italy. He is a gem.