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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3 Days Plan in 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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Why not book just one night in the Cinque Terre

One of the most frequent requests we receive from customers who have 2, 3 or 4 days and desire to visit the Cinque Terre is “moving from one village to the other” and stay just one night each village. Well, it could be a romantic way of visiting the area and if you travel light and in the […]

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All About Monterosso Cinqueterre

Monterosso, the largest village of the Cinque Terre. If you want to know all about it, this is the right page! It is the one with a stunning stretch of beach right in town  and Monterosso is also the favourite among young travellers, couples and families. The Beaches It is the village with the longest and widest beaches of the […]

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All About Manarola Cinqueterre

Manarola, the charming village Manarola is one of the 5 of the Cinque Terre, a great village, the village we love. If you wish to know all about it, this is the right page for you. It is the one that will charm you, either you visit it just for a few days or you […]

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All About Corniglia Cinqueterre

Corniglia the smallest and the most isolated village of the five Because of its altitude, its small size and the fact it has no harbour, Corniglia is the least visited, but this is a plus, indeed! Once you reach it, you feel a wonderful, stress-relieving sense of isolation and quietness. Its vineyards Vineyards are extremely important for […]

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All About Riomaggiore Cinque Terre

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT RIOMAGGIORE VILLAGE Riomaggiore: everybody knows its Marina as “manifesto” of the Cinque Terre. it is a colourful and sparkling village, sometimes too crowded. It offers lots of services and it’s the closest one to the main town of La Spezia. Its wine bars deserve definitely a stop. It has a modestly […]

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All about Vernazza Cinqueterre

All about Vernazza Vernazza is the most colorful, most visited, most praised village of the Cinque Terre. If you want to catch a romantic sunset or walk through one of the most charming central squares, choose it and you’ll love it forever. Just pick one of our selected properties in Vernazza and you’ll get the most from your holiday! Vernazza lovely church and […]

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From Venice to the Cinque Terre with maps

How to reach the Cinque Terre from Venice No better choice for those who want to live a fantastic Italian experience: Venice + Cinque Terre, an amazing, rewarding holiday in the magical land of culture and great landscapes! With Trenitalia you can now easily reach the Cinque Terre by train. There’s for now a connection via Florence to La […]

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Cinque Terre away from the crowd

How to get away from the crowd Here how to survive Cinque Terre Day Trip visitors and enjoy the National Park at its best. Cinque Terre Villages are so famous now that village centres may turn sometimes crowded and overwhelmed by day trip visitors. During the peak season all the villages are pretty rom 11:00 a.m. to […]

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Vendemmia a documentary film

Vendemmia: a great movie on the “authentic” Cinque Terre. A few years ago Sharon Boeckle and Krista Lee Weller with Harvest Film company filmed in the Cinque Terre a movie project Vendemmia, a documentary film on the  efforts to balance environmental sustainability in the Cinque Terre with rising tourism and recent natural disaster. We at Cinque Terre Riviera were […]

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