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The best way to come into Portfino is by boat which we caught in Sata Margharita. Riding into the little city, the views were breath taking. Once you are in the plaza you will find a variety of restaurants and little shops. If you continue...More
All those ships' tenders deposit the teeming populations from mega-sized cruising vessels upon the marina's Main Square. When you think about it, the 500 residents who actually call Portofino "home" must feel like martyrs to endure our stomping, clomping, picture taking, and all those other...More
Anyone who has watched Andrea Bocelli's DVD of "Love in Portofino" knows what this place is like and will want to visit it - we did!!
The short answer is it is simply stunning. It lives up to the picture postcard description in full and...More
Best to arrive by boat for the view. Among the most beautiful ports in the Mediterranean. Arrive early as it gets crowded in the summer. Choose one of the many cafes in the piazza, eat gelato and watch beautiful people marvel at the stunning scenery....More
Portofino is one of the top summer destinations in Europe.My wife ,the two children and I visited Portofino in july 2018.The square is very charmimg,pretty ,the small harbour full of expensive yachts and boats,colorfull waterfront buildings around the square ,but the view if you climb...More
My wife, two children and I visited Portofino in July 2018. The Piazza Martiri Dell'Olivetta is the center of the Portofino marina. It has some fancy restaurants, nice stores including famous upscale brands, and great views. It is definitely a very nice place to visit...More
This former fishing village has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Today it is a picturesque town with colorful buildings amazingly, kept churches, and beautiful high end retailers (Pucci, Dior, Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton to name the top ones). Little cafes surround the piazza,...More
Portofino is a lovely little Italian city and part of its charm is the exclusiveness of it. It isn't easily accessed, which makes it feel different than other coastal Italian cities. But it also has a reputation and is true that it is more expensive...More