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A 5 day tuscany trip, please help

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Hello, I have a lot of questions! I will be flying in to Pisa in Late May. From there I wish to see Cinque Terre, Florence, and Seina. I am struggling to coordinate this, so thank you for any help...
- Would it make sense to rent a car for the duration of this trip? I am told we may not park a car in Cinque Terre?
- Also, How long Does it take to get from Pisa to Cinque Terre?
- From there we would go on to Florence. How long with this take? Does it make sense to then go on from Florence to Siena or is this stretching the trip to thin?
-We will arrive into Pisa on Monday Afternoon (5/20) and from there we have until Friday 5/25 to circle around back out of Pisa.
I am thinking renting a car might allow us to stop places we wish along the way and also if we feel like skipping one place or another we might have more freedom to do so. The whole trip would make much more sense if we were flying into Florence so if anyone knows of an inexpensive airline that might allow this, I am apt to skip Pisa all together!

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