My fiance and I are planning our honeymoon in Italy, and are considering staying in Riomaggiore, a place I fell in love with while traveling in the summer of 1995 when I was in my early 20s. Then, from the train I stumbled into a gelateria, where the owner - a lovely woman - also happened to rent out a gorgeous apartment on the cliff overlooking the water, tiny fishing boats, with a beautiful stone path leading down to more vantage points. I rented it all by myself for a few nights and paid something like the equivalent of $20 per night. I hung out with the locals and hiked the trail connecting the five towns during the day, and watched the sunset from my patio at night. I imagine it is now (a) more expensive and (b) more touristy -- but is it still definitely worth visiting? Have the changes made Riomaggiore less appealing? I have such beautiful memories, I don't want to be disappointed, but I would also like to share this place with my husband to be.