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Cinque Terre-Tuscany

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Thinking of stopping in Cinque Terre on a trip between Provence and Tuscany. We would be taking the train from Provence. Is it advisable to have a car for a 4 day stay in Tuscany or does it make more sense to take the train from La Spezia to Siena and figure out transportation there? We were kind of hoping to be able to rent scooters in Tuscany but, if we will need a car to get there anyway that doesn't make a lot of sense.

Is the travel required to fit Cinque Terre into the trip too much of a hassle and should we just go straight from Provence to Tuscany?

Thanks!

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