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Thread: Pisa To Acqua Village and Cinque Terre

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    Default Pisa To Acqua Village and Cinque Terre

    I will be spending 7 days in Tuscany, based in Pisa In August. The four kids (8,11,13,15) would like to visit Acqua Village and the parents would like to see Cinque Terre. I would like to know what is the best way to get to both of these as I will not be hiring a car. Pisa, Lucca and the coastal resorts are on the agenda also but there is plenty of info available on those already.

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    Florence, Italy


    Staying in Pisa you'll have really access to all of the coastal towns, including the Ciqnue Terre and Acquavillages, by TRAIN!

    You can see both the Acquavillages are close to the train station, so walking distance -
    Cecina is closer to Pisa, Follonica is less than half an hour more.

    Cinque Terre is also a train ride away to the north. Search for Riomaggiore on the trenitalia website - check time tables here: www.trenitalia.com
    Where to stay in Tuscany? Read this if you will have a car and this if you won't!
    When is the best time to visit? Make sure to read this!

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