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Cinque Terre Trails

Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
+39 0187 732987
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  • Average5%
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Riomaggiore to Monterroso, Italy
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We came with our three adult children. We hiked from Monterosso al Mare to Vernazza and then from Vernazza to Corniglia the first day on the seaside trail. This was a spectacular experience. I'm 55, in reasonably good shape, and the trails were challenging, but...More

3  Thank SLT1962
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked, 8 of us, along the Amalfi coast, and then to Cinque Terre. I preferred the Cinque Terre to our hikes in Amalfi. The reason being that I just loved all the little villages...all of them (although entirely too crowded!) I have never seen...More

1  Thank TucsonAmeriCanadian
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Coastal Trail that was open was spectacular, BUT several of the segments were closed (due to mudslides/fear of mudslides). In addition, when it rains, the Italians get nervous and close ALL the Coastal trails for the next 2 days. However, the hikers we saw...More

1  Thank 14erKev
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Started our hike from Menterosso to Vernazza in the evening. It took 1.5hrs for the hike. Wanted to do more hiking but presence of 3yr kid prevented us to do so. The villages are beautiful. My favourite is Vernazza. Had bought the cinque terre card...More

1  Thank 220hariprasadr
Reviewed 1 week ago

We travelled to Cinque in August this year , it was peak season so there were hundreds of tourists, you could hardly move. The villages are like many villages though Europe, that you see in Greece , Spain etc. we took the local train to...More

2  Thank Carol M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

To enjoy this activity you must be physically fit and prepared to walk for two hours. My husband loves exercise and so for him this trail was right up his alley! I do not enjoy climbing up steep hills and so I sensibly decided not...More

1  Thank Ann G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Love the views - Unless you are very physically fit and has climb stairs as a daily exercise. All these trails are quite difficult for city folks. We can only do a very very short trail. Cinque Terre will close these trails unannounced due to...More

2  Thank bbmomo2000
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed in Levanto hoping to hike many of the trails. The tourist office told us most of the lower trails were closed. Turns out the trail from Levanto to Monterossa was open (not closed as the office indicated), but it was the only lower...More

1  Thank LesleyMC14
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We hiked the trails from Monterosso to Vernazza to Corniglia on Saturday. Left at 9, had lunch in Vernazza and completed our journey by 3:30. The trails were decent. 700 hundred stairs to Vernazza and less to Corniglia have us feeling like we worked hard....More

2  Thank BequaiEnlightenment
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are ever in northern Italy , it is well worth visiting cinque Terre the 5 villages on the Italian riviera. Just park your car up just outside one of them, walk down and take the train which stops at all 5. The train...More

2  Thank stephendU5357QF
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24 September 2017|
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Response from Grant D | Reviewed this property |
I don't know because I've only done the walk from Corniglia to Manarola which is fairly straightforward for anyone who is reasonably fit and it should take about 2 - 3 hours. This was the only walk open when I visited as the... More
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23 September 2017|
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Response from Jenn-aus | Reviewed this property |
It's a long trip to the Cinque Terre from Florence. I did it last week. Changing at Pisa and La spezia. But as there are few cars in the tiny towns it's still probably the best way to get there. Three hours +. Would make a... More
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