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We visited on March 10th and had been checking the official Cinque Terre park website daily to see if the hiking trails were open yet. Sadly they were still closed; the park officer said it was due to the season and they will be opening...More
A visit to the Cinque Terre is an incredible experience. Yes, there are a lot of tourists but it was not as crazy as I had heard. Make sure to get a park pass. We purchased the two-day pass that includes your train ticket to...More
The 5 villages and surrounding area are mesmeric. It is brilliant that they've not been ruined by tourists and overly commercialised. Clearly there are lots of tourists about but that did not cause any problems when we were there and we thoroughly enjoyed wandering around....More
This was the highlight of our entire trip! We visited with walkabout tours (and I definitely recommend them/ taking a day trip as it can get confusing). The whole trail looks like a postcard! A must-see! The trail is a bit of a hike, so...More
While in Italy we decided to take the train to Cinque Terre and found it to be absolutely beautiful. Cinque Terre comprises five small towns (hence the name, which translates to "Five Lands") on the western coast of Italy in the region of Liguria, just...More
What an incredibly gorgeous place!!!! There was no one place in which I wasn't fascinated!!!! Every one of the 5 towns has its charm, and because you are along the Mediterranean, it's breath-takingly beautiful! I would go back over and over! Just don't plan on...More
Yes, there is undeveloped land, but you have to work (hike) to experience it. And you have to work to avoid the crowds. The trains can be unbelievably crowded during certain times of the day. Some of the trails can get crowded too. It makes...More
We combined our visit to Cinque Terre with a retun visit to Pisa where we stayed for two nights and the first morning drove to La Spezia, parked underneath the central train station.
At the train station we bought a Day Pass (16 Euros) which...More
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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
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 La Spezia.
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
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 you come and stay here to really see this area. The night time is also better because all these tours have gone home. They are the ones who fill up the trains, boat and villages.