Are you travelling to Manarola Cinque Terre from Rome?
Here all the info you need for a smooth travel.
To reach Rome train station (Roma Termini) from Rome airport, take The Leonardo Express to ROMA TERMINI.
The Leonardo Express train service has a dedicated website from which you can purchase tickets in advance if you wish. A one-way ticket from the airport to the train station is 14 euros per person.
The Leonardo Express trains run every 15 minutes (during certain times of the day service may pass to one train every 30 minutes) and the trip is 32 minutes long.
The train tickets to the Cinque Terre via La Spezia.
Please, note that you will have to buy first a ticket from Rome to La Spezia and then a regional ticket from La Spezia to Manarola on the so called Cinque Terre Express line.
The train from Rome to La Spezia can take 3.30 to to 4 hours depending on the train you catch (inter-city, regional, eurostar etc) and you’ll be able to reserve a seat.
Validate your Train Tickets
Once you purchase your train tickets, remember to VALIDATE your train tickets before you board.
Any time you take a train in Italy, if it has no reserved seats, you need to have it validated by the auto-stamping machine (usually a yellow or green squarish box, around the train platforms) before you get on the train.
Slide the ticket into the machine, you’ll hear it get stamped, and then take the ticket with you onto the board.
When in Manarola
Once you get to Manarola train station, take the stairs down from your platform, then a short tunnel and steps up.
You will find there, on your right, a building that hosts the National Park Office.
You can take the chance to buy there the Cinque Terre Card.
Take the pedestrian tunnel on your left and walk until you reach the village main street, Via Discovolo.
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