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Cinque Terre Trails

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Cinque Terre Trails

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Cinque Terre Day Trip with Transport from Florence

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The UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Cinque Terre National Park are a must-see site. Visit four of the five Cinque Terre fishing towns on a stress-free day trip from Florence, an easy way to eliminate the hassle of renting a car or dealing with public transport. Travel between Riomaggiore, Manarola, Monterosso, and Vernazza by coach bus, boat, and train, and let a guide bring the history of each village to life.
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Andrew C wrote a review Aug 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom549 contributions91 helpful votes
On a recent family trip to Pisa and Tuscany this was always on our list of things to do. Following a short train ride from Pisa to La Spezia you catch a regional train which connects the 5 villages and Levanto. You can walk between any of the 5 with the shortest between Manarola and Riomaggiore. We opted for the walk between Monterosso and Vernazza which is a challenging climb in the Tuscan sunshine at midday but well worth the effort as you climb through forest and vineyards and catch stunning views of the coastline.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sash R wrote a review Aug 2020
Lancashire, United Kingdom56 contributions4 helpful votes
Me and my friend did this whilst visiting Italy and it’s easy to say it’s the best hike we have ever done! The hike started off with never ending steps and was gruelling on the legs but it soon gets relatively flat but be sure to take care! The views are nothing short of spectacular and the 5 Coastal Towns are all beautiful in their own individual way! Proper foot-ware is required, we saw people in flip flops ( god knows how there feet coped by the end) Make sure you go early enough to really appreciate the beauty of the views! It’s took us about 7 hours at a leisurely pace, stopping often to take photos! We were lucky with the weather to! It was a beautiful day but not unbearably hot! Do make sure you take plenty of water! This walk is fine for novice walkers, no real technical ability required and the route is very easy to follow, just a reasonable level of fitness but you can always get the train to the next stop at one of the towns if you need to! This really is a ‘must do’ if you enjoy walking and are in the area! Plan properly as it is a long walk (all day) but it is easily one of the best things I have ever done!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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David wrote a review Aug 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom991 contributions358 helpful votes
The collection of trails around Cinque Terre make for some great walking. However, it isn't always clear on the ground which paths are open. The picture attached to this review shows: - which paths are closed (marked with black crosses) - your alternate routes between Corniglia - Manarola - Riomaggiore. Worth being aware of before you set off!!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Carsten S wrote a review Aug 2020
Bertrange, Luxembourg776 contributions165 helpful votes
We were looking forward to the hike but left very disappointed. The coastal trails form Riomaggiore to Manarola and Corniglia were closed and we had to use the mountain routes. The one from Manarola direction Corniglia via Volastra has to be one of the worst hikes I have done in my life. Felt 4000 stairs upwards to Volastra, then a couple of km leveled through the wine yards with stunning views, but then downhill on rocks. Not a very enjoyable hike. The 36 degrees didn't add to the enjoyment.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Robert V wrote a review Jul 2020
87 contributions35 helpful votes
They are faboulous. You must visit all the 5 small cities of Cinque Terre. There you have some walking trails between them, or you can take the train for hop-on/hop off 1 day. It worth all the effort to go there.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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