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Pienza or Multipuciano to Cinque Terre - how to get there?

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We will be walking for 8 days from Siena to Pienza, village to village. Once in Pienza we plan to go to Cinque Terre (Monterosso al Mare) by public transportation.

There do not appear to be many public transportation options from Pienza.
So, Is it better to take a bus Pienza to Florence and then the train to Monterosso? Or are there more transportation options in Montipulciano that would make it better to end the walk there (rather than in Pienza) and take a train route Multipulciano to Monterosso?

Thanks for assistance. I'm finding the bus and train systems a bit challenging to decipher!

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