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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...more
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Vernazza is our favourite Cinque Terre village due to a combination of size, colours, walkability, food and drink options, picturesque harbour with breathtaking views of town and ocean, accommodation options and an indescribable feeling of being somewhere very special.
We have visited numerous times and...More
This is the place for you if you are wanting to slow up the pace a little on your Italy adventure! Vernazza is simply stunning. Beautiful views, amazing food and wine and only 3 hours by train from Florence!
We hiked the coastal trails from Monterrosso al Mare to Venazza. The hike was a 10 for its beauty and tough trails climbing steps after steps after steps. Soaking our feet and bodies afterwards was a treat in Vernazza's beach.
We stopped in Vernazza on our tour with walkabout tours- it was definitely a highlight! While you're there, you must try the gelato closest to the water- cinnamon and pistachio are their specialty (and for good reason)!
Even with a mild day in the 40s to 50s this town was quite charming. Most of the stores are closed so you will struggle to find a restaurant or a gift shop.... But the beauty remains! Don’t let off-season deter you from a visit
Vernazza has a natural harbor and colorful pastel homes. the outdoor restaurants by the harbor are fun as is the bar hanging off the edge of the castle There is a promenade and a natural amphitheater. At night fishermen fish off this using glowing bobbers....More
This is a cute little town that has some lovely sight seeing and great restaraunts where you can wine and dine. There are some great hiking opportunities if this is something that you enjoy doing. The town itself was very packed with tourists during the...More
Vernazza is yet another hill town in Cinque Terre with gorgeous painted buildings nestled into the surrounding cliffs. This town has the largest harbor of all of them, and was the scene of a tremendous flood in 2011. At that time, torrents of water surged...More
This villa located 2km above vernazza has 200 degrees of view up and down Cinque Terre.
A cute little kitchen which has everything you need to cook basic meals.
A quiet little Villa that sleeps 4 comfortably with a large outdoor area.
Response from phat_dawg_21 | Reviewed this property |
Cinque Terre is beautiful; similar, yet different from Amalfi. You should see both. April will be much less crowded than any of the summer months. Unless you are a polar bear, you won’t want to swim. Keep in mind it is a... More
Cinque Terre is beautiful; similar, yet different from Amalfi. You should see both. April will be much less crowded than any of the summer months. Unless you are a polar bear, you won’t want to swim. Keep in mind it is a distance from Milan. Is traveling really how you want to spend your time?
Others have also made some good suggestions - Lago Maggiore, and Como can be reached easily by train – an hour or less. We like the villages of Stresa (Maggiore) and Como. From either you can explore the lake by ferry.
We have been to Monza, Bergamo, and Verona and enjoyed all of them. They are beautiful medieval cities with castles and churches, great small hotels, and wonderful food. They can also be easily accessed by train.
Response from stevemacBelper | Reviewed this property |
April is a good time of year to visit,the weather could be a bit mixed,most facilities will be open as the area is an all year round destination.We visited last September after the school holidays and it was still rammed.The... More
April is a good time of year to visit,the weather could be a bit mixed,most facilities will be open as the area is an all year round destination.We visited last September after the school holidays and it was still rammed.The sea was warm because the sea had the summer to warm it up.Not sure how warm it will be in April though.But its the med and I would guess it will be fine to go there in April.
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion... More
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion, is the most charming village - many steps to get to the village (from the train station - but well worth the view. Monterosso has a beach and it was warm enough to sit by the water for a little picnic and dip our feet in the water. You will enjoy!