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Hi. I'm flying into Pisa for 1 week at the end of September. Arrive 4pm Friday, then fly home the following Friday 10.30am flight. I'm wondering how best to split my time, between Cinque Terre and Lucca. I am thinking because I have an early return flight I will need to stay in Pisa the final Thursday night, but other than that I'd like to hear people's suggestions. Should I stay in Lucca first, then move onto the Cinque Terre area after a few days, or the other way round, or does it not really make any difference, travel-wise with the trains etc? I'm not sure how many nights to split between Lucca/Cinque Terre. I am planning on doing some walking in the Cinque Terre area, perhaps also visit Portovenere and Portofino. Thanks in advance for any advice, suggestions.

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