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Day trip by car to Cinque Terre

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During our 4-week stay in Bologna, we would like to take a 3-day/2-night trip by car to Modena and Parma (to see the food museums and possibly the Ferrari Museum), to Busseto and environs (for the Verdi sights), and to Cinque Terre. This would be either the last weekend in September as a Sat.-Mon. trip or the first weekend in Oct. as a Fri.-Sun. trip. (I recognize that many of the food and Verdi sights are not open on Mondays and some not on Fridays, so we will have to plan accordingly.) Because many of the food and Verdi sights are not easily accessible by public transportation, our plan is to rent a car in Bologna for this excursion. My plan is to spend the two nights in Parma. I would like advice on the best way to do Cinque Terre as a day trip with a car – in particular, where best to leave the car before exploring by train, foot, or boat. Advice on the other portions of the trip are welcome as well.

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