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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.
Riomaggiore is my favorite of the five villages in Cinque Terre, but the most touristy place. Coming early in the morning you'll find fewer people in the surrounding.
If you come later, you'll find yourself between the guided tours.
Riomaggiore deeply cut between the hills...More
Gorgeous village, like all 5 of the Cinque terre villages really...! They are all worth stopping at!
What we liked most about this one was the easy access to the centro with a pram - once you exit the train station just have to go...More
We find this one of the most beautiful of the towns from the water. Once you’re in the town, especially from the train station, it doesn’t seem as nice as others, though. For us, this is the one that it makes sense to spend the...More
When the train came to a stop, we got down, along with many other tourists. We walked to the right, thru a fun colourful artsy underground tunnel to get to the town. Then to the seaside for the views. Climbed up many steps to the...More
When in Italy, you do not really have to go to Riomaggiore but when you are in the neighborhood and you enjoy hiking and paying cash: this is the place for you! But serious:
A lovely small fishing village run over by us, tourists. Without...More
Uncles know, too.
Sending messages from the marina
How to talk at the marina
The sounds of birds of animals that is how
Sounds those sounds travel
Up, up, up to the Castle for everyone.
Soft sounds to come down...More