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We don’t have one proper Info Points yet, but several all around Vernazza Some locals and shops/restaurants’s tenders are at your disposal for info and tips. Currently, you can count on: * Giovanni, at the sport supplies store Vernazza Sport...more
I wish I knew this was not worth the visit in high season June-sept. There were so many people it was unpleasant. Santa Margherita is so much prettier. If you do go take a private (or group) boat or go by train so you can...More
Go out at 7 AM and enjoy the town before the crowds come after 9 AM. For Coffee --Blue Marlon. Do a take away lunch and eat down by the beach or climb up the Corniglia trail and enjoy a picnic away from the tourists....More
We hiked from Monterosso to Vernazza... the view from the hills of the village was highly rewarding and worth every step of the way. It was packed on the Saturday but if you follow your nose there are plenty of quite little alleys to wander...More
We decides to make Vernazza our home base for many reasons. Great departure point for two hikes.
Good selection of rooms for rent and restaurants to choose from. Very pretty town. We stay for 3 nights and two full days. We felt it was perfect....More
Spend time at this attractive town on our days outing in cinque terre Purchased a light snack from one of the many fine outlets The town was buzzing with some many tourists at lunch time The time spent near the sea was special.A great experience
We spent 3 nights staying here. It is a great location for the 5 towns. Has a great casual vibe. Lots of outdoor dining. Its quiet. We had a big leisurely lunch in the Castle. Drinks at the Monkey Artbar and breakfasts at II Pirata....More
What a beautiful little fishing village, one of my bucket list places to see, unfortunately, from the moment we got off the train (it was more like rush hour in London), it was over crowded and felt unloved and needed some investment to restore it...More
We stayed 5 nights at Casa Catò (the best!) and can say this was the best spot to stay and visit all the town, Porto Venere and other nearby places. Swimming is lovely, the vibe beautiful. Make this town your base!
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion... More
Hi Kate - we were there in October 2017 and everything was opened. We stayed in La Spezia and were using the train to travel between villages. Vernazza was quite busy compared to the other villages. Corniglia, in my opinion, is the most charming village - many steps to get to the village (from the train station - but well worth the view. Monterosso has a beach and it was warm enough to sit by the water for a little picnic and dip our feet in the water. You will enjoy!
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Hi, this zone of Italy is normaly more warm than other places of north Italy. It's protected by mountains so it's very easy have 15ºC also in winter. The only problem can be the rain. These mountains are very close to the... More
Hi, this zone of Italy is normaly more warm than other places of north Italy. It's protected by mountains so it's very easy have 15ºC also in winter. The only problem can be the rain. These mountains are very close to the sea, so it's normal that some nice street where you can see amazing panoramas could be close for danger of earth rocks. i think that all ferries will be active in end of march