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Excursions from Forte dei Marmi

While spending a vacation in Forte dei Marmi, you can also visit some of the more popular tourist destinations in Italy. Just check out the information about the city of your choice on the net and take a train to get there. Below we have selected the most popular tourist destinations, well- known around the world.

1. Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is one of the most famous national parks in Italy and Europe, five beautiful villages close to each other which you can visit both by train or on foot.
Distance from Forte dei Marmi: about 50 km / 30 miles, an hour by train.
Time required for a visit: a full day, from morning to late evening (two days would be ideal).
Further information: the most popular and useful site is www.bestofcinqueterre.com. You can also check out other sites, for example: www.incinqueterre.com, www.cinqueterrehike.com, www.cinqueterre5.com.

2. Pisa


Pisa is the nearest town to Forte dei Marmi and is only 35 km / 21 miles from the famous resort (30 minutes by train). As well as seeing Pisa, you can also visit Lucca, and all this in one day!
Pisa is a real Italian gem and is famous for its “leaning tower”. The city’s main attractions are in the Piazza dei Miracoli. As well as the tower, be sure to visit the Cathedral of Pisa, the Gothic church of Santa Maria della Spina (12th century), the Baptistry of Saint John the Baptist (San Giovanni Batista, height - 55 meters).
You will find more detailed information about the city on Pisa - www.bestofcinqueterre.com

3. Florence


Florence is one of the most famous and ancient cities in Italy (100 km / 60 miles from Forte dei Marmi, an hour and a half by train). It was founded by Julius Caesar in 59 BC.
Today the spirit of the past blends successfully with the modern atmosphere of present day, characterized by excellent cuisine, plenty of entertainment and shopping.
The Renaissance was born in Florence. Today it is a real "open-air museum" with many spectacular monuments that were created by great architects.

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