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Vernazza

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Address: 19018 Vernazza, Italy
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+39 331 753 7749
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We don’t have one proper Info Points yet, but several all around Vernazza...

We don’t have one proper Info Points yet, but several all around Vernazza

Some locals and shops/restaurants’s tenders are at your disposal for info and tips.

Currently, you can count on:

* Giovanni, at the sport supplies store Vernazza Sport

* Stefano and Chilli, at the takeaway Lunch Box

You can also contact us using a traditional e-mail message or texting us on WhatsApp or adding ‪#‎VisitVernazza‬ to your tweets.

The same hashtag used on Instagram will allow you to get featured on our social networks!

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Beautiful harbor, easist town to visit in Cinque Terre

The walk from the train station is less than 5 minutes when you arrive at the scenic harbor site. Vernazza is a must visit stop if you are visiting the Cinque Terre region. Try... read more

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

If you don't plan on hiking the CT trails, going to a CT beach and you're not an insane Japanese tourist there's nothing else to do in Cinque Terre. Yes, the cliffs are dramatic but there are dozens of beautiful spots like these in Italy. Other than that there's nothing. Nulla, assolutto nulla. No historic, no cultural, no architectural, no... More 

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Sugar Land, TX
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

The walk from the train station is less than 5 minutes when you arrive at the scenic harbor site. Vernazza is a must visit stop if you are visiting the Cinque Terre region. Try to climb the trail above the town for scenic photos of the town, but you can also take them from the edge of the man-made jetty... More 

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

This is probably the most photographed town in Cinque Terra-and that is because it is so picturesque. Great place to sit in the sun by the harbour and have a drink. Or walk up the main street towards the station and graze on all the food on offer. Or hike either to Monterosso or Corniglia. Nice sights including the tower... More 

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Toronto
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

As much of the Almalfi Coastal towns rely on tourism, the beautiful town of Vernazza was no exception, so expect to see a lot of tourists as well as shops selling the same kind of things such as magnets, lemons, limoncello, olive oil, tablecloths with lemons on it, postcards, sandals and scarves and beachwear etc. The town has a holiday... More 

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Tangerang, Indonesia
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Yes indeed, due to the view from top, u can see the beauty of vernazza. does not have long seashore as monterosso, but the view offered is the most beautiful i guess among the others terre. we can climb into the forte, though the path is too narrow, but again we can see the beauty of vernazza from the top... More 

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

It may be that we walked here and the anticipation and effort made being here all the more exciting - but this was our favourite of the villages. There is enough harbourfront to allow one to get down next to the sea and look back at the town, and enough town to absorb most of the visitors. That said we... More 

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Gdańsk, Polska
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 22 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

I don't know if it is because of late hour and lack of people, but Vernazza is my favourite town of Cinque Terre. Amazing views, colourful houses, open foosball table, big waves and beautiful sunset - these are my memories from this town. I think whole Cinque Terre gets more quiet when last trains leave and if you're lucky enough... More 

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Weston, Florida
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 139 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

We visited Cinque Terre recently for Easter week, the little town was over crowded, too many people. However, we were able to enjoy such a beautiful town, amazing and colorful construction with stone roads and a great ocean scene. This is a place where you would make a movie, the place is like a dream place. The weather was perfect,... More 

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Danang
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Reviewed 1 week ago NEW

Lovely hillside fishing village with colourful terraces climbing the steep hillsides - more open than Riomaggiore and less crowded than Manarolo (well, still crowded, but with a bit more space to absorb the crowds). It's worth climbing the hillside above the church for a view over the whole village. Surprisingly good food in the Saracene restaurant down by the harbour... More 

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Nieuw Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If I had to do again would pick a different weekend since their we're too many tourist. The trains we're super crowded and not on time. The best way to see is to schedule private boat tour.

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