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This area of the world is lovely The costal fishing villages are quaint with colorful houses, small fishing vessels, shops , and churches are easily accessible by train ferry or foot paths. four of the five towns are nestled around small harbors on the Ligurian...More
We took the train from La Spezia to Cinque Terre. Had a fabulous day visiting three of the five towns. Unique experience. Small fishing villages full of color and personality! Very quaint with fun shopping and dining opportunities!
We have hiked the trails several times over a couple of years and love the ease of the trails and the spectacular views. The trails follow the cliffs along the coastline and connect the towns together for an awesome hike with views you can't experience...More
A great hike on some very scenic trails. Travel to each of the small villages Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Each is unique with coastal views. The trails we used required a pass that must be purchased it is checked at each trail head....More
Great Place to spend quality time with your family and friends . This place can be reached by train from Milan / Rome or any place from Italy thru La Spezia . Cinque Terre is the most Scenic Place in Italy and very few in...More
Only 2 of the 4 legs of the Cinque Terre Main Coastal Trail are open. It's embarrassing that they continue to advertise these trails. The "standard" alternative trail between Riomaggiore to Manarola is also closed. The trails open get very crowded, probably more so because...More
After a river cruise, & an Italian conducted tour, it was a nice change to be able to just meander through the towns of Cinque Terre, Italy. Bought a train ticket which lasted the 4 days, so we could hop on & off at leisure....More
We suggest using the accommodations in Vernazza as your home base. From there the trail heading south via Corniglia to Manarola were just spectacular. So was the trail heading north to Montorroso al Mare which should be undertaken early in the morning. Too many hikers...More
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We did a day trip from Florence to Cinque Terre. We booked through Viator. It was a really fun day with breathtaking views. We got to all five villages with a great guide, Martina. It was a highlight of the trip to Italy... More
We did a day trip from Florence to Cinque Terre. We booked through Viator. It was a really fun day with breathtaking views. We got to all five villages with a great guide, Martina. It was a highlight of the trip to Italy. Cost was reasonable.