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All reviews fishing village colorful buildings great place to people watch lots of great places boat ramp cinque terre the main street small town the cliff beautiful town gelato walk around train station my favorite five towns trail stroll
Manarola is the second station after Rio Maggiore. Daily pass and family pass is also available. Tickets must be validated in small machines before departure, to avoid fines.
Outside the Manarola station take a left turn and follow the walking trail for about 10-15 minutes....More
This is one of the prettiest of the Cinque Terra. The historical section of town sits on a high rocky outcropping and there are viewpoint on nearby ridge to take fantastic photos. There are also several nice sights in town worth stopping in such as...More
I wasn't that impressed with the villages. Thought the photos I've seen of them looked more impressive than the actual reality. The photos were probably photoshopped as I have done with the photos I am posting. They were small and many of the buildings showed...More
Gorgeous village, like all 5 of the Cinque terre villages really...! They are all worth stopping at!
What we liked most about this one was that the little walk to get the famous souvenir photo of the village is an easy one, no stairs =...More
The more regular rows of houses and generally better up keep adds to the presentation and positive impression of this village.
Late evening in late October and it was still busy, I dread to think what the height of summer must be like.
We felt this was the most colorful village, and probably our favorite. It may be because we were there in the morning, but it was not as packed with tourists as Vernazza.
The harbor is small, but pretty.
This is definitely a must-visit for a trip to Italy. As advertised in many brochures, social media pages about travelling or travel blogs, Cinque Terre and especially Manarola is awe-inspiring. I would recommend at least one full day there - enjoy the quiet morning with...More
I was brought here by Michel from Tuscany hiking and I particularly asked for a view of the area, some history and not too many crowds. We were rewarded with all that I asked for and so much more. His knowledge of the area, the...More