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La Spezia, Liguria 19013

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"I would spend most of your time in Cinque Terre and around Lake Como and not so much in Milan (not much to see/do)."  See More

"Croatia, Alaska, , Cinque Terre, Scotland, Vientiane, Taroko National Park, Badlands National Park, Cape Breton, Vienna, Timbuktu, Sicily, Iceland, Cuba and lots of other places."  See More

"You could go to Seville which is beautiful and visit places like Grenada Cordoba (Spain) and Ronda or you could venture to the Tuscany region or Liguria and visit Florence Lucca Siena and / or the Cinque Terre"  See More

"Must-see places include Porto, Sintra, Odeceixe, Seville, Tarifa, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Bilbao, Barcelona, Biarritz, Valensole, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, Cinque Terre, Tuscany, Florence, Rome, Positano, and San Vito Lo Capo."  See More

"These are my favourite places in Italy:Rome Florence Siena Venice Verona Province of Bergamo Parma Modena and Puglia If you like cities and travelling by train you could easily combine Florence, Siena, Parma and Modena in a week and also see quite a lot of Tuscany and Umbria As an alternative you could also fly into Metropolitan City of Genoa and visit the Cinque Terre and Portofino Coast then travel down to Lucca and Florence Or fly to Metropolitan City of Bari or Brindisi hire a car and tour Puglia visiting Ostuni Lecce Alberobello and Gallipoli It's not difficult to combine a few days in Paris with a week or two in Italy using a low cost airline like Ryanair and maybe flying to Paris from California and back through Rome or Milan"  See More

"So I think that you will enjoy more Cinque Terre, so you can still have a bath in that period of September."  See More

"Second one is in Italy at the Cinque Terre."  See More

"I recommend Cinque Terre on the west coast of Italy absolutely breath taking."  See More

"In my opinion you can stay one more night in Florence and visit Siena, then move to Cinque Terre and spend two nights there."  See More

"Dear Jen, concerning Cinque Terre (all 5 of them) are very safe to travel solo."  See More

"Siena is also very beautiful and Cinque Terre towns are lovely."  See More

"Kit is right - Cinque Terre is stunning."  See More

"I think Cinque Terre is one of the most gorgeous places on earth."  See More

"Siena, if you like arts, monument, history and serene landscapes Cinque Terre if you prefer seaside."  See More

"#2 would be the Cinque Terre (all of it!"  See More

"I agree that Pisa can be seen in one day, but you can also visit Siena easily from Florence, and the Cinque Terre is a short hop from Pisa."  See More

" You can hike the Dolomites or travel into Switzerland from there or, alternatively, travel through Italy to places like FlorenceVeniceParmaOstuniGénovaSienaCinque Terre and Rome I have always felt safe travelling solo in Italy."  See More

"Having been to both I would say Cinque Terre is the most unique and the views are fabulous!"  See More

"Siena is lovely, but from what you describe, I think Cinque Terre would be better for this trip and go to Siena another time when you can spend some time wandering around Tuscany."  See More

"Italy, and Cinque Terre in particular, is beautiful, but more tourists per square inch than anywhere I've ever been."  See More

"If you enjoy the outdoors and hiking a bit Cinque Terre is incredibly beautiful."  See More

"I would personally choose to stay in Cinque Terre over Siena."  See More

"in September the weather will be getting a little cooler, many of the tourists will have gone home so I would plan on spending the last 2 or 3 nights in Cinque Terre."  See More

"I also love the Cinque Terre, but one day is really not enough."  See More

"I went to the Cinque Terre in August, and was blown away at the beauty."  See More

"Siena and Cinque Terre are beautiful, in very different ways."  See More

"When I went to Rome, I spend a full week in Rome, and another full week in Tuscany seeing Florence, Cinque Terre, Pisa, Lucca, San Gimignano, Siena, plus Tarquinia on the way back."  See More

"If you enjoy hiking and the outdoors then head to the Cinque Terre."  See More

"The coastal region around Génova is also beautiful, especially the Cinque Terre."  See More

"Cinque Terre is beautiful and romantic!"  See More

"More specifically I would travel to Alba and Cinque Terre."  See More

"Fly into Venice then take a train to Florence and from there travel through Tuscany and towards the east coast to Cinque Terre and then to Pisa."  See More

"Allow yourself at least two days, preferable three for Rome and at least the same for Cinque Terre and the surrounding area, and then I'd pick one more area - a great option would be Tuscany, focusing on Sienna and Florence, with some trekking (horseback riding and/or cycling) in wine country."  See More

"Cinque Terre is absolutely stunning - although quite small."  See More

"While you are in La Spezia, take the bus down to PortoVenere then you can take the ferry to Cinque Terre and stay a night in Vernazza (love!"  See More

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