Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre, Cinque Terre

(3.9/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
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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  • In February, my husband and I decided to visit the Cinque Terre, and we had a great time. We were also fortunate to have found good weather. We parked in Corniglia and took the path that leads to Vernazza; between ups and downs amid olive trees, lemon trees, figs of India and various plants, we arrived in Vernazza. We visited the village and just a little off we stopped to eat. Then we resumed our journey towards Monterosso. Luckily, we have decided to do so, because if we did otherwise (Monterosso, Corniglia) would be tough. From Monterosso you part immediately in a very steep hill and very long (now I understand people who met that they would ask how was the trail later ... They had made so much effort). Sydney we decided to take the train back to Corniglia. Obviously the train do not see anything, but it is more convenient if you want to see all the Cinque Terre. We unfortunately we only visited them, but it was worth it. It is a walk that recommend you do.
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  • People hung over the Tyrrhenian, the houses of colors, the views... All impeccable. I must say that we were in winter and I recommend this season: they say, in summer it is very hot and the abundance of tourists makes the place loses some of its charm.
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  • I understand the recent natural disaster, which made unfit for use the path of love and other roads, but natural disasters should not be added the disorganization of man. I also understand the difficulties experienced by the Italian parks, perpetually (and in recent years desperately) short of funding. But the professionalism of our employees and their availability should never fail, if you want to offer a service and exploit a resource. Saturday, February 25, 2017, at five o'clock in the afternoon, the Welcome Centre of the Cinque Terre National Park, located at Riomaggiore train station, was closed, while a large number of tourists wandering lost in the vain search for information. I haven't noticed any opening affixed to the front door (but maybe I missed it). The Centre was opened the next day, Sunday afternoon. Remarkable indifference towards the decoration of the Center: the little building appears entirely surrounded by Pigeon droppings that nobody removes it from the weather. At the station of Monterosso, the gentleman at the reception area of the National Park does not provide information about other towns of Cinque Terre, but only out of Monterosso, which I thought was at least paradoxical. Also, to my question "what there is to see in Singapore?" was told "little or nothing", thus giving an excellent example of how tourism promotion.
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