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Cinque Terre Trails

Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
+39 0187 732987
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“la spezia” (123 reviews)
“train station” (94 reviews)
“closed due” (62 reviews)
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Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
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+39 0187 732987
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"la spezia"
in 123 reviews
"train station"
in 94 reviews
"closed due"
in 62 reviews
"bring water"
in 40 reviews
"caught the train"
in 29 reviews
"steep steps"
in 27 reviews
"coastal trail"
in 26 reviews
"hiking boots"
in 20 reviews
"breathtaking views"
in 32 reviews
"flip flops"
in 22 reviews
"five lands"
in 15 reviews
"take your time"
in 24 reviews
"five towns"
in 35 reviews
"worth the effort"
in 27 reviews
"taking the train"
in 14 reviews
"day pass"
in 20 reviews
"national park"
in 22 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday

it's very arduous hike but well worth it. It goes up from at the end of Old town and then takes you up the steep stairs. You do have to pay to go through the trail and you can actually buy it at the entrance....More

Thank Abhay B
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We thought it would be a good idea to catch the train to Cinque Terre. It was really lovely, but exceptionally busy at this time of year. You can buy a pass for all 5 stops and may wish to do that rather than miss...More

Thank PMM22
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited the Cinque Terre in July. Our friends chose a hotel in Manarola but we found the hotel and the town pretty oppressive and would have much preferred to stay in Monterosso which has a proper beach, is much more spacious and with many...More

Thank Tania d
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Reviewed yesterday

Stellar. We hiked today with our 11 and 13 year old. Started 8:15 am in Monterosso... had breakfast in Vernazza (partly incentive for the kids!)... that section was 1:45 for us. Next section was about ten minutes less to Corniglia. After ice cream there, we...More

Thank Ian R
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We went to Cinque Terre in July. Before I went, I was a bit confused about which village has the best view and to stay, and was determined to do the walk between each village. I love Rick Steve guidebooks, who highly recommended Vernazza. But...More

1  Thank Xiaodong W
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Yesterday i tried to get to cinque terre... We couldn't park At 10 am was full. And today we woke up at 5 am to go. But we couldn't again early because with dogs is only available to go after 9 am.....i think this is...More

Thank glayce2016
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Reviewed 4 days ago

If you are looking for an amazing experience, you have to go visit Cinque Terre. I stayed in Monterosso and hiked to Vernazza, then to Corniglia, then on to Manarola...all from about 9 am - 2 pm. Note that you can no longer hike from...More

Thank Randy B
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We started early in the day to avoid the crowds. You can buy the Cinque Terre pass at the store right near the train station in Riomaggiore. (We had to show this after Corniglia) The trail was closed from Riomaggiore to Corniglia when we were...More

Thank TravelingCarrs
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Reviewed 1 week ago

According to the tourist office the trails south of Corniglia would remain closed for a while (maybe the whole season of 2018?) because of landslides ruining the paths. We got off the train att Corniglia and wandered north. The trail is well posted and very...More

Thank Pia J
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take a train and visit each village. Nice, authentic buildings with amazing scenery. You can walk through all the villages but it's hard and long walk if you decide to walk in summer time. My personal opinion it's better go by train to each village.

1  Thank Gvidas D
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lokloktang
5 July 2018|
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Response from matthewbell205 |
The CT day pass includes access to the trails and trains between villages and La Spezia. Can buy per day. Can be bought at train stations.
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54liverpool
2 July 2018|
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Response from Catalina M | Reviewed this property |
I dindt walk on trails, but i've done some research. You need trail shoes or trail sandals. Flip flops or sand shoes will not help you
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Lisa K
17 June 2018|
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Response from bwudcock | Reviewed this property |
The low paths from Corniglia to Manarola and Manarola to Riomaggiore were washed away years ago and do not look like they will re-open. There is a high trail from Corniglia to Manarola which we did. I would say it is at... More
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