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Cinque Terre Travel Guide - Five Lands and Italian Riviera Tour Specialist

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Jun 22, 2017
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My name is Loredana and I am a professional licenced tour guide since 1994.I have a deep passion for my job and my region and my aim is to accompany people to discover the secrets of my land.My tours are always a perfect mix of knowledge, culture...more
16030 Casarza Ligure, Italy
+39 347 232 8624
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Reviewed July 25, 2014

Stunning, picture postcard couldn't get enough of it , loved the villages just amazing, the colours, the food, the people. We were staying in Moneglia and caught the train to Monterosso and then took the hop on hop off ferry to each village. WOuld have...More

1  Thank Jules26Melbourne
Reviewed June 21, 2014

Many are the places that combine sky and blue sea, mountains and beautiful scenery. But Cinque Terre offers much more than that: this piece of paradise has the beauty of typical houses of Italy, its hospitable people, the delicious food, the wineries, the alleys and...More

2  Thank soniaparlatore
Reviewed June 19, 2014

Just returned from 8 nights in Manarola. There are about 6 or 7 Restaurants in there, plus 4 or 5 Bars and a couple of takeaways, all of which were doing good trade. We found all the Restaurants much the same, having a mostly fish...More

4  Thank Richard_BEE
Reviewed June 10, 2014

We stayed in Levanto, it is not one of the five villages but very close by train, it is much cheaper and quiet. We checked all the five villages however the trails between the villages were closed (may 14). By the way the train service...More

Thank alpererdogan
Reviewed March 5, 2014

We took the ferry ride to tour all 5 islands during our day trip on our own. We were taking a Mediterranean cruise with the family. Start early in the morning as there is much to see. The cruise stop was the port of La...More

3  Thank genkathy
Reviewed February 26, 2014

We stayed in Levanto, and NOT in one of the five villages. There is an excellent train service between Levanto and the five villages, so there is absolutely no need to stay in one of the villages. Accommodation in the villages is scarce, not of...More

8  Thank Alex280546
Reviewed September 3, 2013

I have visited Cinque Terre this summer, and it was great. The only acces to this towns is by railway according to our tour guide. You can board a train every cca 30 minutes, and plan your stay in every town as you wish. At...More

4  Thank zeljak
Reviewed September 24, 2012

We were going to Cinque Terre last year but the day before, they had flooding and landslide. We were fortunate not to be there last year! We were on our way until someone asked us where we were going and said it was a disaster....More

2  Thank Parisbreakfast
Reviewed September 15, 2012

Cinque Terre refers to the five towns- from north to south - Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, that are all connected to each other by road (hiking trail) and rail. I started from Pisa and took the train to La Spezia station,...More

8  Thank shri5
Reviewed August 2, 2012

The northwest corner of Italy boasts the most beautiful, scenic, friendly people... possibly in all of Italy. The former fishing villages are now a wonderful vacation area for those looking to slow their pace, enjoy nature's beauty, and prefer the outdoor activities from swimming, boating...More

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