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Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I did a day trip out of Florence and it was worth every $$. We arrived in the village of Manarola spent time walking around then onto the train through to Vernazza. Again plenty of time to wander then onto Monterosso al Mare where we...More

Thank jenthomas25
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I visited when it was extremely hot so I didn’t have the chance to enjoy it as I wanted. But it was really impressive. The water is so crystal clear you have no words to describe it. Crowded as expected.

Thank FatBabyDarcy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

To walk the trails of Cinque Terre is fantastic. You walk by wine yards and olive trees. As some of the lower trails are closed there is some uphill and downhill but you get rewarded with the most amazing views. Wear good shoes ( sneakers...More

1  Thank Jane F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I bought entrance ticket to national park Cinque terre in La Spezia train station EUR 16,00 and caught the train for the villages. I can’t describe vividly enough the crowd which overflow these villages. The only negative thing about this visit is mass tourism but...More

Thank vlamal
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Cinque Terre is really overcrowded but stil beautiful. It is very hard to handle a lot of people behind you and try to enjoy the beautiful sea, rocks, houses and atmosphere. However it is simply magnificent.

Thank Rasha971
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

I went there in a one day tour from Florence. Views are really nice, it is definitely a unique place. However I wouldn’t visit all the towns: they are VERY similar and very crowded by tourists. My advice: don’t take a tour, go by yourself...More

1  Thank NatalyGrisales
Reviewed 12 August 2018

Colourful sea-side villages dotted around mountains are possibly my favourite things to look at. The combination of rocks and colour and life chills my bones. I love it. Cinque Terre is the perfect antidote for my boredom and stress, offering walks and views and seafood...More

2  Thank Amy C
Reviewed 8 August 2018 via mobile

We stayed in Monterosso and so planned to hike most of the way to Riomaggiore and get the train back. Fortunately we bought the train ticket add on as the hike was more strenuous in the sun than we had anticipated and so it was...More

Thank SparklingEms
Reviewed 6 August 2018

We had a dreadful day thanks to the appalling ferry service. It was ridiculously hot, which fair enough, can't be helped, but I would expect at least fans and shade on all areas of ferries which are operating in such a hot climate. No such...More

3  Thank diane160_0
Reviewed 29 July 2018 via mobile

We have been to CT 7 times. It never gets old or boring. Amazing how the villages developed and survived. Hopefully the special feeling of the place is maintained. Hard to imagine how it’s possible with the numbers of people who visit each year. Each...More

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Michael S
1 March 2018|
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Response from craig1086 | Reviewed this property |
best advice I can say based off of what I remember is to park at the station at La Spezia(where you buy the Cinque Terre train tickets). I dont know what the cost is, but the train ride between the five towns is short from... More
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Su L
27 July 2016|
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Response from Odyssey220352 | Reviewed this property |
Go to La Spezia and take the train. You will regret driving into Cinque Terre. Roads are narrow and there will be little to none parking. Parking in La Spezia should be fine.
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21 July 2016|
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Response from riorasta | Reviewed this property |
The day tour out of Florence brings you on one trail. Corniglia to Vernazza, this is the #2 blue trail and is crowded. They bring you to all 5 of the 8 villages, so you are pushed through in 7 hours. I would recommend that... More
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