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Local guides, activities organizers and storytellers of the Cinque Terre area.
Don’t miss their stories, tips, and experiences to learn what to do in the Cinque Terre.
An ancient region, where the inland agricultural culture met the sea, the pirates and the Saracens, resulting in unique architecture, uses and traditions. Learn the stories, meet the people and explore the Cinque Terre Culture.
Street food to try while strolling around, cooking classes and genuine flavors. Intense Cinque Terre food experiences for foodies and taste explorers.
From the highest mountains to the paths on a charming coast, the sky is the limit for outdoor and trekking in the Cinque Terre area, just follow your passions!
Dive in a sea of beauty, get on board and explore the exciting coast of the Cinque Terre sea, made of hidden coves, quaint villages and clear blue water.
After a few years since a devastating flood destroyed the Cinque Terre Via Dell’Amore, it’s still complicated, like it happens in romantic relationships. The signs
Christmas in the Cinque Terre is here. the biggest nativity scene in the world is lit up.
The state to date “is complicated”, as with so many paths of love. However, the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be visible.
But there are moments and places that still allow you to experience the Cinque Terre as they are, the travel writer Rick Steves recounts some.
There are several rankings about the “most beautiful villages in Italy”, such as the Touring Club’s and the one of the ANCI association. One thing
Stretching from the Lunigiana area to the Val di Vara, touched by the clear sea of the Cinque Terre and with one of the most interesting inland, a little Italian cofferto explore.
A common mistake is to consider the Cinque Terre as a single place, rather than an area. There is no such thing as a train ticket to the “Cinque Terre”, as the name actually means “Five territories”, namely the five hamlets of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso, which look almost suspended along the rocky coast between La Spezia and Framura.
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