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We don’t have one proper Info Points yet, but several all around Vernazza Some locals and shops/restaurants’s tenders are at your disposal for info and tips. Currently, you can count on: * Giovanni, at the sport supplies store Vernazza Sport...more
All reviews beautiful town the main street train station day trippers gelato fishing village small village stayed here la spezia narrow streets five villages on the rocks italian riviera seafood off season hiking trails amazing views
This is a beautiful place, a small paradise of the Liguria. Best to avoid high season time (July and August). This is one of the Cinque Terre village. Do not use the car, brut the train or the boat to reach each village.
After walking the trail from Monterosso, a drink has never tasted better than the first one in Vernazza! The trail was an experience, and a challenge. A lot of stairs in the first part. But I’ve loved to do it again. Vernazza is a beautiful...More
This place is soo amazing - I love it.
The other towns are great too, but its not as narrow rhen the other 4, and also have some chill vibe and great views.
If its possible, try to start a boat trip from here -...More
Love the wide open square surrounded with restaurants and bars, very easy to navigate around with children including walking out to the pier / marina. The walk up the Main Street to see local shops and gelateria’s is also quite an easy walk and very...More
This is a very charming place to stay. We cafe latte every morning by the bay. We did the hike from Vernazza to Cornelia, 1-1/2 hours fairly easy walk, but a lot of uphill. The views are stunning and there is a bar at the...More
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion... More
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion, is the most charming village - many steps to get to the village (from the train station - but well worth the view. Monterosso has a beach and it was warm enough to sit by the water for a little picnic and dip our feet in the water. You will enjoy!
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Hi, this zone of Italy is normaly more warm than other places of north Italy. It's protected by mountains so it's very easy have 15ºC also in winter. The only problem can be the rain. These mountains are very close to the... More
Hi, this zone of Italy is normaly more warm than other places of north Italy. It's protected by mountains so it's very easy have 15ºC also in winter. The only problem can be the rain. These mountains are very close to the sea, so it's normal that some nice street where you can see amazing panoramas could be close for danger of earth rocks. i think that all ferries will be active in end of march