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All reviews italian riviera lovely town cinque terre stayed here lots of restaurants base for exploring train station friendly locals italian town neighboring towns sea front nice beaches walk around train service small town beautiful area red carpet
One of out favorite towns anywhere on the Mediterranean coast of Italy! It has wonderful restaurants, nice beaches, many boutiques, and is unbelievably clean! The location is great as it is a short ride to Portofino.
We loved Santa Margarita. We are so glad we included this in our first trip to Italy. It’s quaint and lovely and had wonderful restaurants. Everyone was friendly. It was easy to get around and get to some of the neighboring towns. Santa Margarita is...More
Am currently staying in Chiavari, a metropolitan city of Genoa, about an hour by train from the center of Genoa. Train from here to S. Santa Margherita Ligure/Portofino about 10minutes, €5 return. A short walk from the station to the heart of this once a...More
This gorgeous, quaint riviera town has always been near the top of our favorite places in Italy - but this trip we found it wrecked - with boats up in the rocks and on the shore after winds and flooding of a terrible hurricane only...More
I caught the train from Genoa. Italy's trains are efficient, cheap and reliable and so I was here in around 30-40 minutes. The walk down to the seafront is steep (stairs) but easily manageable. And the views all around are breathtaking. I walked around the...More
Nestled between Rapallo and Portofino it is about a 30 minute walk from Rapallo. Like everything else in the region it is beautiful, has great shopping and restaurants and bars. If you are walking from Rapallo there are a couple of spots were you need...More
Although the whole area is rather expensive and 'upmarket' everyone we met, was down to earth and very friendly. We would like to return to this fascinating area, and explore more of it's unique atmosphere!
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There is no direct train from SML to Rome so you will need to check the train timetables. Travel time will also depend on whether you are travelling on a fast train or normal intercity train. I suggest you look up... More
There is no direct train from SML to Rome so you will need to check the train timetables. Travel time will also depend on whether you are travelling on a fast train or normal intercity train. I suggest you look up Italiarail website for train times, travel time and fares. I booked all my train fares through Italiarail. And I was able to get connecting trains and arrive at my destination on time. But you will need to plan ahead and also allow extra time if you have to catch a flight as sometimes trains are delayed.