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Scalinata Lardarina

Via Lardarina, Corniglia, Italy
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It's a long climb!

To get to Corniglia Village from the train station you need to climb 380 steps! It's not a bad... read more

Reviewed yesterday
vacationgirl58
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Chester, United Kingdom
Take water and enjoy the Climb

Don't take much up but water...don't hurry ...and enjoy the scenery.The Climb is worth the time it... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Jane M
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Via Lardarina, Corniglia, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

To get to Corniglia Village from the train station you need to climb 380 steps! It's not a bad climb as there are fantastic views on the way up and down. It's a lovely village.

Thank vacationgirl58
Reviewed 6 days ago

Don't take much up but water...don't hurry ...and enjoy the scenery.The Climb is worth the time it takes.

Thank Jane M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This stairway connects the Corniglia Train Station to the tiny village of Corniglia. We're staying in Corniglia so we walked down the stairs and thoroughly enjoyed every step. Great views to Manarola. NB. The official CT website states "For lazy people there's a bus service...More

Thank jarrah62
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

About a 20 minute walk from the train stop straight up to Corniglia. The walk has very beautiful views of Manarola and pretty flowers along the way. There are some spots to stop and rest if needed. There is a bus service up and down...More

1  Thank TexasLSUFan
Reviewed 13 April 2017

I think the most beautiful when you visit Corniglia are stairs leading from the station to the town. The climb takes about 15 minutes, is very tiring but worth it. To climb out can take a bus from the station but has no charm :)

Thank pifdark
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

We took the train and started towards town. A few hundred yards later we encountered the bottom of la scalinata. What a great staircase. It probably took us 10 minutes to get to the top and that's because we stopped at each landing to admire...More

Thank frequent1
Reviewed 7 April 2017

My wife & I climbed these stairs after our hike from Manarola to Corniglia, which made this a bit more difficult. Wouldn't be a problem if you climb these fresh though as the slope is not too steep and are quite even with plenty of...More

Thank Tomme T
Reviewed 9 February 2017

First of all, I'm a heavy guy and almost 50 years old, and I did it with ease. My wife, who isn't good with stairs, almost passed out at the top. But we walked up and then down, and I loved it. My wife hated...More

Thank doke
Reviewed 31 October 2016

These are steps which you need to climb up on the way from the station to the town and climb down on the way from the city centre to the station. So people who are planning to put up in Corniglia pl be aware that...More

1  Thank sachin s
Reviewed 18 October 2016

when we got off the train we noticed people getting on a bus but did not know why until we realized all the steps we had to climb-it was exhausting. The village is definitely worth the climb though-each village of the CT is so unique....More

1  Thank Karen A
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