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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History in the Cinque Terre – Convento dei Cappuccini

History plays a major role in the Cinque Terre. The region does not only offer natural treasures and hiking opportunities. So many landmarks will transform our stay in the area into a unique cultural experience. Go deep into Monterosso and the Cinque Terre history visiting the Convent of the Cappuccini Friars. One of the places we cannot mis […]

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Cinque Terre Boat Wedding Proposal

A Love Story in Vernazza A magical surprise boat tour turns out as the greatest love proposal. A unique and sensational way to propose your love forever: just sea, sky and you.. BOOK NOW MAIL YOUR LOVE PROPOSAL PROJECT TO [email protected]   The First Move a week-end break in Vernazza On the Rocks I have a […]

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Euroflora 2018 – Flowers Show in Genova

The big event for all Flower Fans is about to come: Euroflora 2018 The luxuriant gardens of Genoa Nervi will host in Spring the most important Italian event dedicated to gardens, flowers and plants. THE EXHIBITION Euroflora with its 500.00 flowers  will attract from 250 to 300 thousand visitors. 86.000 sq. mt of exhibition area and a […]

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Kayak rentals in the Cinque Terre

Kayaking the Cinque Terre Waters – Simply Amazing Renting a kayak and going exploring the area is one of the cheapest and most rewarding activities in the area. Reservation cannot be taken for this kind of rental. We suggest to go early to the pier or beach of each village and get the priority of […]

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How to reach Manarola from Rome

Are you travelling to Manarola Cinque Terre from Rome? Here all the info you need to get The Leonardo express To reach Rome train station (Roma Termini) from Rome airport, take The Leonardo Express to ROMA TERMINI. The Leonardo Express train service has a website (click here) from which you can purchase tickets in advance if you wish.  A one-way ticket from the airport […]

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Best Gelato in Vernazza Cinque Terre

Best Gelato in Vernazza? Where can I taste  great “Gelato” in the Cinque Terre? What is the difference between Gelato and Ice Cream? How do I get a Gelato for free? Well, let’s follow Gino D’Acampo sharing with us the secret of authentic gelato making while talking to famous Vernazza gelato maker Gianluca Giannoni of Gelateria Vernazza. […]

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How to buy the Cinque Terre Express

Traveling by train in the Cinque Terre The Cinque Terre are accessible by train and served buy a service named “Cinque Terre Express” working between La Spezia and Sestri Levante and serving all the small station on that line including the five villages of the Cinque Terre: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. How to […]

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How to reach the Cinque Terre from Genoa

Are you landing in Genoa?  Here all you need to know to reach the Cinque Terre If you are landing in Genoa you can easily reach the Cinque Terre by train and check into one of our amazing properties. Weather you need to check at an apartment in Manarola, a villa in Monterosso, a studio […]

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How to reach Monterosso from Florence

Are you landing in Florence? If you are going to fly into Florence and you have in mind to reach Monterosso al Mare in Cinque Terre by train, these following info might be of help. Here is a little guide to make it easier for you to get from Florence to Monterosso. But first, do not reach the village […]

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How to get to Monterosso by car

The best way to reach Monterosso in the Cinque Terre How to get to Monterosso by car. We know that there’s Google maps and it’s a great to help all of us to find the right way. BUT when it comes to getting into and around small Italian villages, it’s always better to have a […]

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