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Even do 2 of the trails are not accessable, the trip are really worth the while. My wife and I took the trails on a hot and sunny sunday, where a lot of turists, like my self, and italians enjoyed the path. It was not...More
My husband and I just spent 6 nights in Vernazza, using it as our base, to do day hikes. Unfortunately only 2 of the main coastal trails were open. Although there are many mountainous trails to use to reach the other towns, (you do not...More
This morning I hiked Vernazza to Monterosso, I found this hike much easier than Corniglia to Vernazza. It took me exactly 1.5 hours with no stops.
At the Cinque Terra information desks they will tell you the distance from Corniglia to Monterosso is 7km. The...More
We got this advice from our host and it made for a perfect day! It doesn’t even depend where you’re staying really. So if you want a rewarding hike and beautiful views and see all five here’s what we did -
Get an all day...More
My husband and I spent 2 weeks in Greece and Italy for hour honeymoon. I’m cinque terre we had a private tour guide named Pall from Viator who spent the day showing us around, hiking trails, telling us about the culture, history, and individual people...More
Beautiful hike but this is definitely a workout, especially in hot weather. Think twice if you are in poor shape, if you have a bad knee, heart condition, etc. And for heaven's sake, WEAR DECENT SHOES. No sandals, flip flops, etc., trust me, you will...More
Very fun trip. Our guide Constantino was excellent.. very energetic and helpful with suggestions of where to eat or drink. The 4 villages we saw were beautiful and Constantino thoroughly explained the history behind each one.
Great hike and outstanding views. If you enjoy hiking this is a must. The Cinque Terre pass w/ rail is great for however many days you stay. Hike any part of the trail and catch the train back to the town where you're staying or...More
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It is possible, you can go to La Spezia and start from there. It is 2 hours by car from Florence, or you can take the train from Florence to La Specia, which is around 2 hours and 15 minutes. Check train schedule at... More
It is possible, you can go to La Spezia and start from there. It is 2 hours by car from Florence, or you can take the train from Florence to La Specia, which is around 2 hours and 15 minutes. Check train schedule at trenitalia homepage. Car will be the fastes Way to get there. I recommend you get There early around 9 AM, to get the most out of the Day. Enjoy your trip.