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I went here because I wanted to do the Hiking trail. Very glad we did this way - the town is very picturesque and there’s path for photo; the walking down to the train station is nice (than walking a few hundreds steps up). A...More
My wife and I visited Manarola early in the morning on our day trip to the towns of the Cinque Terre this past November. It was during the off season and the streets were in uncrowded, which made out visit very enjoyable. It was a...More
We were planning to park in riomaggiore but indeed up in Manarola’s parking (on the rightside beside the barrier)as there wasn’t any space left in riomaggiore.It was an easy parking and we thoroughly enjoyed the views while walking into the village and getting in the...More
Manarola, one of the Cinque Terre towns along the Italian Riviera, is extremely picturesque and quaint. Perched on a cliff
along the Mediterranean Sea, it faces terraced vineyards across the bay. You feel that you are in a picture postcard. Vey quiet and relaxing. Extremely...More
If Cinque Terre is a must visit, then Manarola is its high spot. Magnificent place, picturesque, authentic and attractive. A paradise for photographers and very luring for any kind of tourist. Do not miss to swim on its small port waters.It is a really unforgettable...More
Manarola is another quaint and colorful fishing village in the area. We cruised around the sea and viewed this place from sea. Though we could not land the village this time, we could still take photos from our cruise ship.
As with the other villages in the Cinque Terre, Manarola is a quaint and charming village. We visited by ferry and the walk from the dock was very easy. While not as steep as other towns (Riomaggiore), Manorola does require some climbing from the dock...More