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Cinque Terre Trails

Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
+39 0187 732987
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Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

We walked from Corniglia to Manarola which is reputedly the best part of the whole Cinque Terre Trail. We were lucky as this section was the only part open when we were there due to recent rain causing landslides. The stiff climb up from Corniglia...More

1  Thank Grant D
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited Cinque Terre on September 20 and the lower trails were basically closed. Even the via Dell Amore between Riomaggiore and Manarola was shut down. I have to say that it looks like it has been closed for quite some time and not from...More

Thank Philip M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We lived at La Spetzia, on the B & B on the trainstation. Look at my revue. We are Norwegian and all of us is used to mountains and hiking. This is just so you know that for us This walk is a price of...More

2  Thank H2O40
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Disappointed to travel all the way from Australia only to find out from the information office at the Monterosso train station, that all the paths are closed due to landslides, and the ferry not currently running either due to high seas.... however there are two...More

2  Thank Jenn-aus
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Hiking is the way to go. The towns them self are quite nice and beautiful but very touristy so my favorite part of the villages was the hiking. The views from the trails are truly amazing.

Thank Two Traveling B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The cinque Terre is so far out of the way and has a ridiculous train schedule that ends up taking a lot of time. There's nothing special about this area and I was bored constantly. You can find small fishing villages all over Italy. This...More

Thank inapalmtree
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked two of the town trails today. We never saw a spot to buy a pass so we didn't. It didn't matter...they have "pass check points" and no one checks passes. The views are stunning. The hike is challenging but rewarding. Just bring water...More

Thank Lanette N
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trials between Monterosso and Riomaggiore are breathtaking, some parts of it is now closed for maintenance, so be warned and plan your trip accordingly. You can still go to the next town by using alternative routes but it means the road is a bit...More

2  Thank klgso
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cinque Terre are 5 small towns on the Italian Riviera characterised by brightly painted houses in terraces on the lower hillsides, with grape vines growing in terraces held up by dry stone walls built over centuries. Many churches to visit. You can walk the route,...More

Thank John M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The trails along the hills and through the vineyards of these 5 towns are beyond comparison. Make sure you purchase your trail pass prior to getting on the trail (can be picked up at the train station when you buy the train tickets) or you...More

1  Thank MadisonD
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Pharishnair
30 July 2017|
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Response from zsofiat181 | Reviewed this property |
Winter is cooler and less crowded but its not uncommon for heavy rainfall to cause landslides and unsafe hiking conditions. Large sections of the trails were closed in last winter due to trail wash-outs and rock slides, so... More
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Andy A
18 July 2017|
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Response from OTrevi | Reviewed this property |
Most paths are free. They're all numbered or have a code. I took path SVA from Riomaggiore to the Santuario many times (path SVA), free. Also took Riomaggiore to Manarola path 531, free. I understood only path SVA2 that... More
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