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Wow what a pretty little village with its colourful houses. Been here before and had to visit again whilst in the Cinque Terre.Drove down and parked by the castle at the top and walked down lots and lots of steps. Found a less strenuous walk...More
Having seen lots of photos of this harbour it was great to a actually go here. It is wonderful and we enjoyed the view from the hill (to the left of the harbour as you walk towards it). Great to see locals going about their...More
Surrounding the harbor are beautiful cafes, shops, restaurants ,and colorful pastel houses.There also are wonderful murals by Silvio Benedetto depicting the workers who constructed the multiple dry stoned walls that are ubiquitous in the Cinque Terra. The homes all have cable and the TV tower...More
Rio Maggiore is an enchanting town in Cinque Terre region. It can be accessed by a short 7 minute train ride from La Spezia station. Daily pass and family pass is also available. Tickets must be validated in small machines before departure, to avoid fines....More
This village was another great example of the classic hilltop coastal villages along the Italian Riviera. There were brightly painted buildings clinging to rocks, a fortress, huge churches and incredible views of the sea and mountains. Be sure to explore the narrow walking streets all...More
We approached this village by ferry. It was a nice view from the water. The rest was downhill, I mean, uphill. There was a steep climb through narrow streets to the top. Shops and eating establishments line the street. Again, buildings are shabby looking, in...More
Riomaggiore is one of five hillside towns that make up Cinque Terre. This charming thirteenth century village cascades down the cliffside and meets the sea in a riot of color unmatched by most other Mediterranean towns. The houses are mostly clad in stucco, and painted...More
We drove here and had to park at the top of the hill as no cars were allowed lower. Lovely little town with excellent seafood restaurants and lots of lemon souvenirs. Came in October and want to come back and see the other four towns.