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Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre, Cinque Terre
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre is made up of five medieval towns filled with winding streets, pastel houses, and a thriving fish industry. After viewing the hilltop vineyards and terraced farms, head down to the beach or take walk through the wildlife preserve. The area is perfumed by rosemary and thyme and filled with gulls and martens. Wear comfortable shoes. Work out when and for how long to visit Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre and other Cinque Terre attractions using our handy Cinque Terre vacation generator.
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Bezocht eind september 2016 met de bedoeling een rustig bezoek mee te maken. Een overrompeling van toeristen. De treinen zaten overvol en ik heb die dag mee Chinezen gezien dan Italianen. Aanschuiven ... read more »Visited late september 2016 with the intention of a quiet visit. A tidal wave of tourists. The trains were overcrowded and I have seen that day Chinese than Italians. Join or not, anywhere that pros know wait sign. Taken the train from Deiva Marina to Vernazza. There were the boxes frozen fish and Squid in the morning ready for the restaurants where the menus the locally caught seafood promotion: eyewash. On foot and by train all villages on Corniglia after, because of all those steps. In Manarola pulling the "fishing" the boats between the travelers to above, boats ie in years have seen no water. From the railway station of Manarola also the way of love, the famous path that connects the village with Riomaggiore is nowhere indicated but is still closed after the landslide of 6 years ago. In Riomaggiore we have the tourist trap a ticket purchased for a boat and taken back to the next village but on the boat are left to the last village, Monterrossa al Mare what we immediately found the most beautiful village. The boat ride was the most beautiful thing we have experienced that day.show original
Cinque Terre is definitely worth the visit but would recommend either side of summer when its less busy. We did this and had a wonderful time here.
Vale la pena emprender la caminata desde monterosso a vernaza. Ir bien equipado y con energia. No se arrepentiran.It is worth to take the walk from monterosso vernaza. Go well equipped and with energy. Not be regret.show original
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