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Explore some of the most picturesque and charming towns along the coast, including Portofino, Camogli, and Cinque Terre. From the breathtaking views of the Ligurian Sea to the local cuisine and culture, you’ll have the chance to indulge in the best of what this region offers.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Explore Coastal towns
  • Liguria Wine Tasting

What’s included

  • Private tours for most included activities
  • Meet & greet airport service
  • Luxury or boutique accommodation at your chosen level
  • Expert guides in each destination


This is an example itinerary. It is fully flexible; you can add or detract days and include hotels at your chosen budget. It departs daily.



Price Guide


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Day 1

Fly to Genoa

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Day 1

Arrive in Genoa

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

Italian Riviera & Cinque Terre
Italian Riviera & Cinque Terre
Day 2

Portofino & Camogli

Today, enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of the Italian Rivera of Portofino and Camogli in your private vehicle and with a qualified English-speaking guide. Portofino is the most exclusive harbour and resort town in Italy, crammed with yachts of the wealthy. Above the town is 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 seashells 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.

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 with 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.

Italian Riviera & Cinque Terre
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Day 4

Return to Genoa

A note on price

The prices outlined above are a rough guide to give you an idea of costs and enable you to budget for your trip.

Guide prices are generally for private arrangements based on twin share, in well located, good quality accommodation (excluding international flights).

Please note costs are indicative and may vary due to a number of factors such as; travel date, hotel choice, room category, number of people travelling and prevailing exchange rates.

Price Guide $POA

When to travel

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If you’re planning a trip to Italy, it’s important to consider the weather to ensure that you have an enjoyable experience. The best time to visit Italy in terms of weather is during the months of April to June and September to October, when the weather is mild and pleasant. However, if you’re looking for a winter getaway, January can be a good time to visit as long as you’re prepared for cooler temperatures. In Italy, January is typically one of the coldest months of the year, with average temperatures ranging from 3°C to 12°C depending on the region.

Add on’s

Florence is the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region. Known for its rich history, art, architecture, and cuisine, Florence is a must-visit city for anyone travelling to Italy. The iconic Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, and Uffizi Gallery are some of the most popular attractions in Florence. Another destination worth visiting is Rome, the capital city of Italy. Rome is a city steeped in history and culture, with ancient ruins, museums, and art galleries. The Colosseum, the Vatican Museums, and the Trevi Fountain are just a few of the many attractions that Rome has to offer. Finally, if you’re looking for a change of pace, consider visiting the city of Milan. Known as the fashion capital of the world, Milan is home to some of the most glamorous designer brands. Apart from shopping, the city also boasts several historic landmarks, such as the Cathedral of Milan, the Sforza Castle, and the La Scala Opera House.

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