Places to stay between Pisa and CT?

Old Aug 5th, 2006, 07:15 AM
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Places to stay between Pisa and CT?

I was going to piggy back this on my "winging it" post, but decided to start a new thread instead. Before we get to the CT we are going to visit Pisa. I was thinking we should find a place to stay in Pisa for one night, but now I'm wondering if there might be some nice places/towns in between Pisa and the CT where we might stay. We will be driving. Anyone have any suggestions?

grazie (our trip is only 5 weeks away!)

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Old Aug 6th, 2006, 08:18 AM
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Old Aug 6th, 2006, 09:32 AM
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Try asking on the slowtravel site (http://slowtalk.com/groupee/) as several of the regular posters there live in that region.

The obvious town that springs to mind is Lucca.
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Is it possible to go straight to the CT since it's only about an hour or so from Pisa? Just a thought.
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You might like to explore the seaside towns around Lerici/Portovenere. Or go up the hill into Sarzana. Or take an adventurous detour into the mountains, to the Garfagnana.

http://www.knowital.com/html/knowita..._garfagna.html

But I agree it's not a long drive between Pisa and Cinque Terre that needs to be broken up.

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