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Riomaggiore is very scenic with a lot of charm. While staying in Vernazza, we bought a train day pass to visit the other 4 lands to get the lay of all of Cinque Terre. Started early and had breakfast at Il Maggiore. It’s a nice...More
As impressive like the others, have his own heart and soul. Beautiful view from a high terrace on left side, have a place where you van have a snack, enjoy some wine or beer and see the breathtaking view. Each place have his own magic.
We stayed here a week in April. Good selection of services, a couple better restaurants and access to trails, trains, buses and boats. Buy a Cinque Terre Card including the trains, buses and hiking at the tourist info by the train station. Or just buy...More
Walking, running, driving La Spezia to
Riomaggiore draws direction,
Ascending up, up, up, curving and winding,
up, up, up. Walking, running, driving.
On the left, La Spezia, on the left
The Gulf, the Port, old and new
Metal movements curving and winding
Delightful village with loads of photo opportunities. Try walking around the rocky breakwater for views from the sea - but take care! Lots of nice walkways around the coast and inland. As you might expect, if you aren’t walking up a hill you are walking...More
My husband and I stayed in Riomaggiore in mid April for 4 nights. This is a cute village with lots of restaurants and some nice shops, as well as a few grocery markets. During the day, there were crowds of tourists (like us, ha ha),...More
Riomaggiore was our last stop in CT and offered striking views of the coastline and the historic village from a vantage point (short walk through the tunnel from the train).
Of the villages, this was my favorite given the diversity and colors of the buildings...More