Cortona Vacanze

Via Nazionale 63, Cortona, 52044, Italy
Rugapiana Vacanze
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  • Families94
  • Couples84
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Trasportation.

by Maurizioago

How can I get from Lucca to Cortona by bus?

Re: Trasportation.

by peggypatch

I am not aware of a bus from Lucca to Cortona, I think you will need to take the train. You will need to change at Florence and then catch the short bus ride from the station at Camucia or Terontola up to the town at Cortona.

Re: Trasportation.

by LadyRVG

I don't know of a bus but the train is about a six -7 hour ride roundtrip. Have fun in Cortona...my family lives there!

Re: Trasportation.

by peggypatch

Yes, the journey takes 3 hours by train, so if you were planning a day trip it wouldn't make sense, but if you are just moving on, it is doable.

Re: Trasportation.

by Maurizioago

Thanks!

Travel Tips for Cortona

A peep into a side street

by maritagnes

Just a photo of a narrow street, now I wish I had taken more pictures from the centre of Cortona - we had a wonderful day there, but as always the children got tired of walking too much.
The central streets of Cortona were charming, lively with some interesting little stationary shops, book stores, art galleries and lots of cosy restaurants.

Horses, olives and vines.

by Jayrock77

I recently discovered a small riding yard about a 5 minute drive from Cortona. They really do have horses to suite every type of rider. I myself have not ridden much in my life, but my girlfriend is a very accomplished rider. We bothed enjoyed our 2 hours hack in the undulating hills immensely. The very friendly instructor took us on a winding path past numerous olive groves, vineyards and Tuscan villas. The horses were extremely well trained and we basically could "customise" our ride. Seeing the Etruscan ruines from horseback is something I'll remember for a long time. They also have self-catering apartments in a renovated 15th century olive mill. All makes for a very relaxed and rejuvenating country break!

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