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Walk to the train and take it to Cinque Terre/Vernazza! It is breathtaking! We climbed up the hillside and took amazing photos! We also ate lunch there under the umbrellas by the water. They had homemade pesto! Loved it!
Visited: Jun 04, 2017
This port really surprised me, didn't look like much from the coach drop off but a short walk down by the harbour front and into the city centre reveals beautiful streets and great shopping spots. Loved the place.
It's easy to visit the Cinque de Terre by train and boat. Free bus to the port terminal, taxi to the station then take the train. Buy the Cinque de Terre card in the port terminal as this allows unlimted travel on the train and saves time figuring out the confusing ticket machines.
Visited: Jul 30, 2017
LaSpezia -Florence is too far away. But you can easily catch train from LaSpezia Central station to Pisa (Pisa S. Rossore station is the closest. Train schedule check trenitalia.com/tcom-en). About 5€ each way. Trip takes about an hour each way. Cinque Terra villages are also another option by train that is not too far away.
Visited: Aug 17, 2017
Hiring car in advance or booking a cab is crucial as Florence is very far. Nothing opens in La Spezia before 9am so even if you disembark early and you don't have an advance booking then you will have to wait until shops open. Pisa is an hour drive from the port. Florence is 2 hours drive from the port.
Visited: Aug 18, 2018
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