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Love the 5 Terre and worth a visit if you have time to travel the few hours from Florence. Rio Di.Maggiore is the first we visit and then take a ferry - 18 euro hop on and off all day to the other towns. They...More
We visited Riomaggiore in july 201.It was our last stop of our ct tour.It is less crowded,i think is more charming,authentic than the other ct villages.The village is beautiful,i think is the most colourful,have his own character and soul.The main road lead to a small...More
The views from the top of the town are absolutely breathtaking but are they worth the hills and endless stairs? For the young and fit, yes. For the older and tired, I suggest taking it nice and slow. For me personally, this is a great...More
My wife, two children and I visited Riomaggiore in July 2018. We took the train from Monterosso al Mare. A ten-minute walk from the train station brings you to the scenic historical area and the small marina. The multi-colored buildings are beautiful and there are...More
Stayed a week in Viareggio and drove to La Spezia, parked the car right under the railway station. Easy to find ticket machines and bought single tickets for 4 EUR each. After a 7 minutes train ride we came to this lovely and lively village....More
We visited three of the Cinque Terre villages and thought this was the best one. They are all very scenic but Vernazza and Manarola were crammed with people.
Whether we were lucky or that it was the middle of the afternoon Riomaggiore was not that...More
Walking around Riomaggiore is one of my favourite things to do on the Ligurian coast. A lot of people love Vernazza, as do I, but it gets more over-run by tourists. Riomaggiore has a rugged magic, the colours of the houses make you smile, the...More