Highly recommend staying here while visiting Cinque Terre. Lovely town without the touristy feel. It seems to be the holiday spot for Italians versus other Europeans.
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You can rich Portovenere by different means of communication. I came by car. Spending whole day is the bets to park a car att the parking just att the beginning of the town - 5 € per day. Otherwise 1,5 - 2,5 per hour if...More
Just an hour's drive from Pisa airport you will find Portovenere. This small and idyllic city is located in a charming and picturesque bay. One can find a rich selection of restaurants that almost all serve seafood. Highly recommended.
"Paradise in Earth" was how Lord Byron described the five villages of Cinque Tere (say Chink wah Ter e). The Gulf of La Spezia was called 'Gulfo Dei Poeti,' since Bryon was in the habit of swimming across it to visit his friend, the poet,...More
Excellent, worth the stay. Make sure you visit the Castello for the magnificent views. Lovely sunsets.
Our cruise ship docked in La Spezia and we took a day excursion to the Cinqueterre via Portovenere. The colorful houses along the harbor and the rocky walk up to the stunning St. Peter's Church took our breath away, along with the view along the...More
We planned a trip to Cinque Terre with stay at La Spezia. CT is much popular international tourist destination with lots of mentions on the internet. Thanks to our Airbnb host we got to know of Portovenere which is right towards an end of Liguria...More
This is a beautiful town and surrounding area with the Cinque Terra a must visit too! Absolutely loved or visit here and really enjoyed going around Cinque Terra shops. The place has stunning views, great restaurants and cafes and is well worth pouring in the...More