#JFLR002# Cinque Terre

WARNING! This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or general walking difficulties. Since tourist volume has increased dramatically during the last few years, we kindly request our guests to be flexible about possible itinerary changes and trust our drivers’ expertise for a great tour outcome.

One of Joe Banana Limo’s English speaking drivers pick you up at your accommodation and take you on this unforgettable day tour to one of Italy’s gems: the Cinque Terre. 

The world known Cinque Terre are made up of five miles of spectacular rocky coast, two capes, thousands of kilometers of dry walls built on terraces cultivated with vineyards, five medieval fishing villages built on rock. Combine these incredible attributes with the spectacular color of the sea and sky, and you may understand the authentic beauty of the Cinque Terre. Monterosso, Vernazza, Cornaglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore are the names of the villages that make up this national park system protected by UNESCO since 1997. 

Due to the increasingly high tourist volume within the Cinque Terre, per a decree of the local Administration of the Cinque Terre vehicles are no longer able to drive into the downtown area or park, and driving through the Cinque Terre is now prohibited. With the inability to park our vehicles our drivers are now unable to accompany our guests downtown, through the first town or assist with ticket purchases for the ferry or train. The driver will therefore drive you to the first town of Riomaggiore and provide you with information about the site and where to purchase tickets for the train and/or ferry in order to allow our guests to independently navigate throughout the towns and meet him back in the last town of Monterosso at a prearranged time and location. 


From here you will drive back to Florence where this amazing excursion will come to an end. 


Unfortunately, as the Via dell’Amore remains closed due to a landslide, you will be unable to visit this famous and very romantic walkway carved out of the cliffs.

#JFLR002# Cinque Terre