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All you need to know about the Cinque Terre, true and fine advice written and explained by the locals!

No second hand news, but FACTS, the real practical truth to live the place as a local and manage through trains, car parking spots, traditions, festivities, restaurants and food. All your questions will find and answer, just surf through our pages, but, if not, send us a mail and get further advice.

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Public Ferries Portovenere & Cinque Terre Timetable

Public Ferries Timetable Tickets can be bought at any embarking pier. Itineraries can be modified or service cancelled due to weather and sea conditions. Please, check in advance with company or at any Cinque Terre National Park or Pro Loco Info Point.

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Vernazza and the Cinque Terre in Disney and Pixar’s “Luca”

The most iconic spots of the Cinque Terre soon on our screens Finally a positive note after a long and difficult period for the Cinque Terre tourism. A big relaunch is expected thanks to “Luca”, last release of Disney Pixar, on Disney+ screens starting from June 18th, 2021. The entire Disney lovers’ world will have …

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2021 Summer in Monterosso, Cinque Terre

Useful tips to have a great time in Monterosso al Mare 1. PUBLIC BEACHES AS A VISITOR AND AS A GUEST Monterosso Town Hall will soon provide residents and visitors all info to have access to the public beaches of the village, There are, of course, also many private beaches. The major PRIVATE BEACHES can …

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5 Terre Car Parking Areas & Tips

Driving to the 5 Terre? This page is for you Driving around if you’re a very skilled driver and your travel partners do not get car sick, well, it’s fun!!! But for those who do not like taking risks and want to travel smooth..train remains the best pick! And if you still wan to discover the …

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10 rules to visit Italy & get the most

Visit Italy and enjoy it! Read these 10 useful hints Planning a trip to Italy, whether it’s your first time or one of many times you’ve ventured to the Mediterranean boot, presents so many options that you may find yourself puzzled or even a bit overwhelmed. What shall I see first? Where shall I stay …

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Which airport to the Cinque Terre?

GETTING TO ITALY AND THEN TO CINQUE TERRE Which airport  to choose? The major airport for traveling in northern Italy (Venice, Lake of Garda, Piedmont) is Milan. The major airport for traveling in southern Italy (Rome, Amalfi/Capri, Naples) is Rome. The closest airports for travelling to Cinque Terre and Tuscany are Pisa, Genoa and then …

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The 5 Essentials in the Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre, Italy is a part of the Ligurian coastline. It is world famous for its five quaint villages Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso that hug the cliffs. It is also known as the Italian Riviera. To travel there you need to take a train to Cinque Terre from Genoa and La Spezia. Flights …

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Visiting the Cinque Terre by train

Visiting the Cinque Terre by train Cinque Terre Express – the best way to move in the Cinque Terre is by train. Visitors to the area are constantly growing, especially day trippers coming from cruise ships mooring in La Spezia. Regione Liguria and Trenitalia improved the train service to the famous five villages adding a number …

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72 Hours in the Cinque Terre – Guide & Itinerary

If there is any paradise on Earth, it’s in Cinque Terre. Yes! You read it right. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a picture-perfect place. It consist of five villages namely Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. These five villages along with the beautiful coastline and hillside make the whole Cinque Terre National …

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Kids and beaches in the Cinque Terre

Families in the Cinque Terre: will the kids have fun at the beach? The Cinque Terre are a fantastic place for everybody, all ages will find their own reason to love them, bit mostly kids will love these villages. Going top the beach is part of the fun, of course! In Summer time swimming, diving …

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