3 Days on the Italian Riviera & Cinque Terre

Duration: 3 days

Highlights: Portofino, Camogli, Cinque Terre

A three day itinerary exploring the stunning Italian Riviera

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Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive Genoa

Meet and greet upon arrival into Genoa Airport/ Railway Station/ Port, then privately transferred to your luxury hotel in one of Italy’s most exclusive destinations, the Italian Riviera.

Overnight: Hotel Splendido

 

Day 2 - Portofino & Camogli

Today enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of the Italian Rivera of Portofino and Camogli with your private vehicle and qualified English-speaking guide. Portofino is the most exclusive harbour and resort town in Italy, crammed with yachts of the wealthy. Above the town are the church of San Giorgio, containing relics said to be of the dragon-slayer, and Castello Brown. 

Your tour will continue with a visit to the charming fishing village of Camogli where sea-shells adorn pastel-painted house walls, and the smell of freshly cooked fish wafts out of the restaurants and onto the street. After time for lunch at leisure, return to your hotel.

Overnight: Hotel Splendido

Meal Plan: B

 

Day 3 - Cinque Terre

Enjoy a full day excursion to the charming area called Cinque Terre with your private vehicle and English-speaking guide. Cinque Terre (‘Five Lands’) is built along the steep coastal cliffs of Liguria. At one time only accessible by sea, its vineyards and fishing villages are still strongly attached to their old customs and traditions. Visit Vernazza, a beautiful village consisting of tall, colourful houses and a church clustered together at the head of a sheltered cove. Manarola is a fishing village set amidst terraced vineyards where you can take a walk to see the coast and other neighbouring villages of the Five Lands.

Liguria is not as famous for its wines as Tuscany or Sicily however Cinque Terre produces its own sweet wines made from naturally dried grapes called Sciacchetrà. Visit an Enoteca with your guide to enjoy tastings with crisp Italian biscuits.

Overnight: Hotel Splendido

Meal Plan: B

 

Day 4 - Depart Italian Riviera

Private transfer to Genoa Airport/ Station/ Port

Meal Plan: B

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