Cinque Terre (literally meaning five lands) are 5 villages on the Italian Riviera. They are located in the Liguria region, west of the city of La Spezia. The five villages (in order, from north to south) are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.
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Arrived early because of train strike and we were able to check in at about 9:30am. Very convenient. Very helpful and friendly host. Very good value for money. ... more
The room was nice, comfy bed and very clean. Nice hot showers but for some reason only one of the two bathrooms was available for use - this made getting ready for the day a little difficult when sharing between 3 rooms. The description included free wifi, heating and nice views - all of which we had paid for but could not access. ... more
My husband and I will be exploring the Cinque Terre region for 3 days in mid October. From there we are planning to head to Nice, France. Can anyone suggest the best way to travel between the two places and what is a good town to stay while we are near this area. Thanks! ...
Hello all! I'm interested in going to Cinque Terre. However, I have some questions. 1. which ...
Hi All, I'm mulling over another European trip this year. I'm thinking Italy. I don't know much about Cinque Terre but I hear it's beautiful. When is the best time to go to take advantage of weather, food, people and nightlife? How many days do you recommend? What cities/towns nearby should I not miss ...
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Ok the train ride from Florence to Cinque Terre was a nightmare. It was so confusing and we missed our first connection. But eventually we made it to our destination, Riomaggiore. Riomaggiore is the first village of 5 in Cinque Terre. These villages are built into the side of cliffs right ...
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I got on the train in France and got off in HEAVEN -- also know as Monterosso al Mare, one of the five small villages that make up the Cinque Terre region of the Italian Riviera. This place is really incredible. Basically these five small villages are perched between the mountains and the sea and are pretty ...
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