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The town of Manarola is beautiful to visit whether you come in by boat, train or trail. The harbor area is gorgeous with tortured rocks at the tourist boat landing. Walk the paths along the harbor and above it and be sure to go into...More
This was the first of the Cinque Terre villages we visited as part of a tour group. We were dropped at the top of the village and walked our way down the main street to the small harbour.
Lots of people and lots of sights...More
This was our second Cinque Terre village and our overwhelming experience was busyness and it smelled. It would be impossible to do with a pram or wheelchair. One main street rammed with people. Similar to Vernazza, timing of a visit is likely to be everything....More
We arrived by mini bus from Laspezia at the beginning of july,it was our second village of cinque terre we visited.Very crowded as Vernazza.Picturesque colourfull fishing village,very charming .The main road leads downhill to a small harbour,with boats on the sidewalks and high bedrocks in...More
I visited Manarola in July 2018. Manarola was the fourth Cinque Terre town that I visited during my stay in Cinque Terre. On the plus side, you walk from the train station to the main street which takes you to the water and a view...More
Just as spectacular as you see in the pictures. Heaps of tourists but don't let that worry you. Sit back and enjoy. Stroll around and check out some little stairways and see where you end up. One of the best views of the Cinque Terra....More
Like all the Cinque Terre villages Manarola was very crowded but you there was a path along the cliff allowing you to walk away from the village to get a photo.
Very picturesque but, like the other villages we visited along this coast, it was...More