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Trail 2

Cinque Terre National Park, Riomaggiore, Italy
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Love is locked.

The famous Trail of love (Via Dell'amore) joined the Rio Maggiore and Manarola, which led a life so... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
VadimM67
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Murmansk, Russia
Partly open

The main Cinque Terre coastal trail is only partly open, but the parts that you're allowed to hike... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2017
Nate D
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Lansing, Michigan
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“closed due” (16 reviews)
“cinque terre” (45 reviews)
“easy walk” (10 reviews)
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Cinque Terre National Park, Riomaggiore, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The famous Trail of love (Via Dell'amore) joined the Rio Maggiore and Manarola, which led a life so isolated from each other for centuries, that even the phonetics of the Italian language in these villages were different. Hard to believe, but this trail appeared only...More

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Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

The main Cinque Terre coastal trail is only partly open, but the parts that you're allowed to hike are gorgeous.

Thank Nate D
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

What a beautiful way to see the area. All though the hike was a little hard it was well worth the effort.

Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

When you book a trip in advance, there is no way to know what the weather will be, and thus if the trail will be open. All trails between all villages were closed the entire time we were there. The weather was beautiful, but they...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

We arrived by train from Sestri Levante. Hard to get around as the village was packed with too many elbow rubbing Asians and groups from cruises hitting the shore. The village offers some nice views if you climb and vet aways from the crowd. The...More

Thank longtravel09
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

6 years ago, it was possible to walk this entire coastal route that connect all the five town in about six hours, but, sadly, that 's not the case anymore! The trail 2 (Sentiero Azzurro) is four individual paths along the coast: 2a-the Path from...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

Many of the trails between villages are currently closed, this one between Monterosso and Vernazza is open and one of the more challenging. First 1km or so is uphill via steep series of steps, moderate level of fitness required. Trek through farms, vineyards and dry...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2017

Make sure that you have decent shoes and a good camera. The views from the trails are stunning. Bring water on warm days.

Thank Marketmiami1
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Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

Catch a 9:20am bus to the top Telegrafo and then it is an easy walk with stunning views all through back down. The only thing is some part is closed coming back down so you could end up walking down down the road for a...More

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Reviewed 29 August 2017

This is a fantastic trail. We have completed this walk twice and enjoyed it immensely. The views are magnificent and the experience is so rewarding. We have walked the whole trail from one village right through all five to the last one. You can take...More

Thank Dimitris L
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Dave C
28 July 2017|
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Response from petervonmertens | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I believe that the "Blue Trail" is the one that stayed low along the water's edge and was wiped out in the 2014 storms. So the answer to your question is no it is not clear. But the trails which go up an over the... More
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TrishDanielson
14 April 2016|
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Response from Mariadlt1126 |
Yes absolutely. There is a train that takes you from town to town and it's an easy option if hiking is not. You can purchase the train tickets at any of the towns.
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leoDrums_Pa
25 December 2014|
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Response from Liz J | Reviewed this property |
no tickets purchased as the main track near the sea was still closed therefore we took the high track which is free, very steep and quite a few steps , but fantastic views and climbs, can't remember how long it took us... More
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