Cinque Terre Portovenere Tour with Transportation, Boat tickets
Cinque Terre & Porto Venere Tour - Visit the National Park by Train and Boat - duration 11h 45m
Discover the arresting Ligurian coast on a tour of Porto Venere and the Cinque Terre, a small piece of paradise subdivided into five villages suspended on steep cliffs overlooking the sea; a special landscape, where vegetation and lush vineyards frame magnificent scenery. Tour three out of five villages
Spend an unforgettable day discovering the most impressive Ligurian landscapes.
In this area, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, earth and sea converge and create a distinct landscape. The area is kilometres of rocky coasts with caves, beaches, hiking paths and heart-stopping views.
You first visit Porto Venere, a classy and popular tourist destination where nature and human architecture exist in perfect harmony.
Then the tour takes you through the Cinque Terre National Park by train and/or ferry boat.
First you will visit Manarola, a tiny urban jewel best known for its Genoese style ‘case-torri’.
You will then move to Vernazza, overlooked by the remains of a Medieval castle with a cylindrical tower.
Finally, you will visit Monterosso, known as the ‘pearl of Cinque Terre’. This ancient fishing village will certainly enchant you with its lovely beaches and lush vegetation covering the rocks.
• Free pick up on request
• Travel by GT coach or minivan with air conditioning
• Expert multilingual escorts
• Ferry boat and train tickets
• Free time in Portovenere ,Manarola , Monterosso and Vernazza
• Visit Portovenere
• Visit 3 of the 5 villages: Portovenere ,Manarola , Monterosso and Vernazza
Lunch in a traditional seaside restaurant in Monterosso: € 20,00 per person (Children 3-12: 50% off; 0-2 free of charge)
• Drop off € 10,00 per person (inf 0-2 free)
Tour duration: 11 h and 45 min.
Note: "Please note that in case of bad weather and during winter season when the boat ride is not available instead of Portovenere you'll visit another village of Cinque Terre which is Riomaggiore".