Spend two weeks exploring northern Italy at your own speed with this self-drive itinerary that allows you to choose the stops. You'll start off in the northern lakes, with Lake Como and Lake Garda offering boat tours past villas and amusement parks alike. Then make your way into Tuscany, where you'll ride a horse-drawn wagon through the countryside and explore the medieval walled city of Siena and famous art of Florence. Finish your trip in the Italian Riviera and colorful five villages of Cinque Terre.
Sunset Boat Trip in Cinque Terre
Depart from the pier in Monterosso and admire the five famous coastal villages from the sea. As you glide through the water and catch glimpses of colorful harbors, enjoy a traditional Italian Aperitif with local products. Sip prosecco and listen to music as the sky starts to shift colors. In the warmer summertime months—or if you’re feeling brave!—you can stop to swim in the crystal-clear waters of the National Marine Park.
Take a short break in picturesque Vernazza to taste typical Ligurian specialties in the town’s central piazza, then set sail toward the sunset. Enjoy nature’s performance in a romantic and peaceful setting and with the best views of the sea.
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Itineraries with Sunset Boat Trip in Cinque Terre
Your two-week getaway to Italy fits in cultural highlights and coastal beauty the country is famed for. Begin your adventure in Florence, admiring the art and architecture the birthplace of Florence offers before heading to Cinque Terre. Stroll through the colorful villages and admiring the coastline on a sunset cruise. From here, you'll visit Rome, where ancient history comes to life. Finish off your trip with a stay on the Amalfi Coast. Soak in the sunshine and discover the beauty of this enchanting area.
Start your trip in Rome and visit the legendary Colosseum. Admire the Sistine Chapel and stroll through the streets of its buzzing nightlife. See Michelangelo's 'David' sculpture in Florence, meander through piazzas and across the famed Ponte Vecchio bridge before exploring the colorful, seaside villages of Cinque Terre. Finish off in Venice, shopping for carnival masks and handblown art.