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The best way to see the Italian coast and some of the most picturesque towns in the world. The hike is absolutely stunning! Stop for a snack as you make your way from one fishing village to the next. The greenery is gorgeous and if...More
We hiked from Monterosso to Manarola. The part from Corniglia to Manarola was the most demanding one. But also the one with most fun. It is a lot of climbing up. Walking through the steep wineries in the mountains and the steps down to Manarola....More
Like others have said, buying the multi-service cinque terre train ticket is a rip-off. Noone will tell you that you have to sign the back of the ticket AND validate it.
You could also read the back of the ticket, if you have perfect vision...More
We hiked the two open ocean trails, one both directions and the mountain trail through the vineyeards from Manarola to Corniglia. We hiked the vineyard section from village to village and did not take the bus up the hill. This hike took us just over...More
Of the four trails between the Cinque Terre, the southernmost two are closed (still). That said, you can still admire the gorgeous views of Riomaggiori and Manarola from the heights above the city -- they are well worth it (especially Manarola!).
That left two trails,...More
We enjoyed this but the biggest problem was it was so crowded.
Booking the train trip at La Spediza took a long time, suggest you book it the day before, the train was so full, we decide to take the train to the last village...More
We first walked the trail from Monterosso to Vernazza and it was absolutely wonderful and in good weather. It is a hike uphill much if the way, but well worth the trek. Stop and enjoy the views along the way. Coming into Vernazza is breathtaking!!...More
Having checked the website for the Cinque Terre trekking card we went yesterday expecting to be charged 13 euros each and 7 for the dog. We were side tracked by being asked if we had the dogs passport with us and we didn't (in was...More
We purchase the 2 days Cinque Terre pass for 29 euro. The pass includes unlimited train rides between the villages and access to the walking trails.
The pass is not mandatory but is an economical way. Entry fee to the walking trails cost 7.50€ a...More
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We did a day trip from Florence to Cinque Terre. We booked through Viator. It was a really fun day with breathtaking views. We got to all five villages with a great guide, Martina. It was a highlight of the trip to Italy... More
We did a day trip from Florence to Cinque Terre. We booked through Viator. It was a really fun day with breathtaking views. We got to all five villages with a great guide, Martina. It was a highlight of the trip to Italy. Cost was reasonable.