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Cinque Terre - how long and where to stay

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Hi, myself and a friend are planning on a trip to Italy in June, to include some hiking (and lots of nice food and wine!)

We plan to spend some time in Tuscany hiking between some of the hill-top towns (we did this a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it). This time we would like to include the Cinque Terre. How much of our time should we allocate to this part of the trip in order to hike between the towns, with enough time to have a coffee or lunch in a couple of the towns along the way? We are relatively fit, like to walk/hike approx 6/7hours a day.

Also, could you recommend where we should stay? We like nice views, quaint towns, as few crowds as possible...though the crowds I appreciate will be impossible to avoid! We would like to spend under $100 a night.

Any advice much appreciated.

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