What’s the Cinque Terre Express?

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  1. Hi Amy!
    Thanks for a fantastic blog!
    My husband and will arrived to CT 25 of may and plan to stay to 29.
    We have not booked hotel or B&B yet. Can you recomennd something? Or is it too late to find something during the peakseason?
    Thank’s / Linnea

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    1. Ciao Linnea!

      I’m happy to hear that you’re enjoying the blog!

      I know those dates have been highly requested. Have you checked Booking.com? You might be able to find a place available due to a cancellation.

      Best,
      Amy

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  2. Thank you so much for all the information! We are planning to go to Italy for our honeymoon for 2 weeks in September and plan on doing a day trip from Florence. We want to leave really early. Since it is a day-trip and we don’t know when we will come back, we want to make the most of it. So the plan is to use the Cinque Terre card and do a combination of hiking and train. If we are sticking to the No2 trail, which sections should we skip and instead take the train? We are also thinking of taking the ferry in addition to the above.

    A few questions:

    If we are buying the Cinque Terre Card, should we book a ticket from Florence to Riomaggiore, or from Florence to La Spieza, and then buy the Cinque Terre Card to go to the towns?

    Can we buy the Cinque Terre Card from La Spieza?

    What time do the offices open for selling the tickets?

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    1. Ciao!

      Congrats on your upcoming wedding!

      To answer your questions:
      1) Book a ticket from Florence to La Spezia Centrale. The Cinque Terre Card covers train travel on the regional trains between La Spezia Centrale (one stop to the south of Riomaggiore) to Levanto (one stop north of Monterosso).

      2) Yes, you can purchase the Cinque Terre Card at La Spezia Centrale from the park info point which opens at 8am.

      If you plan to get an earlier start than that and don’t want to wait until 8am to buy your Cinque Terre Card you can purchase it in advance online (check out my blog post on the subject).

      Hope that helps!

      Amy

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