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Florence, Cinque Terre, & The French Alps

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Florence, Cinque Terre and the French Alps”
Apr 28, 2012, 6:07 PM
Hello Travelers- After a week with a cycling tour around Siena we'll have a full week on our own, We will leave Florence with 5 full days before leaving out of Geneva. Is it reasonable to try to see Cinque Terre for 2 days before we heading to Annecy to watch the Tour de France before flying home from Geneva. What would be the best way to travel from CT to the Annecy or Geneva (or Megeve), plane, train, car? Or both train & car, renting a car once in France as we'll need it for the rest of the week? Any advice would be appreciated as I am having a very hard time working it all out. Merci & Grazie

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