Cinque Terre Walk and Drink, Manarola

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Cinque Terre Walk and Drink is located in Manarola. Plan to see Cinque Terre Walk and Drink and other attractions that appeal to you using our Cinque Terre tour planner.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Cinque Terre is a unique location. In the summer months the towns very busy but you the walk between the towns of it so bad. View is amazing
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  • July 22, 2017
    These people are wonderful for walking, tasting new flavours and aromas and a dip in those crystal clear waters of the sea. I recommend it only out of the months of June and July. The amount of tourism is unbearable at the time.
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  • July 19, 2017
    We visited Manarola by boat with a view to walking to either Riomaggiore or Corniglia but each walk is closed both ways due to rockfalls which don't look as though they will be repaired anytime soon. ...  more »

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Where to stay in Cinque Terre

It's hard to go wrong with accommodations in Cinque Terre, home to some of the most charming hotels and bed and breakfasts in the country. Choosing among them depends largely on what you want most from your trip. Consider spending a restful vacation on the hilltop to enjoy the famous ocean views, or plant yourself somewhere closer to the shoreline in Riomaggiore for easy access to beaches. If you expect to spend lots of time exploring side streets and local shops, opt for accommodations along one of the main streets in any of the villages. Though it can be difficult to find inexpensive lodgings here, there are some more affordable options in Manarola, the smallest of the five villages, and Monterosso. You can even stay at a hostel in the national park if you want to be close to nature.
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