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Via Fegina, Strada Vicinale Rocca, 19016 Monterosso al Mare SP, Italy
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19016 Monterosso al Mare, SP, Italy
We spent the day exploring the 5 villages of the Cinque Terre. Since there are no cars in any of the villages, choose to travel by train, ferry or foot to connect you from one village to the next. We opted to hike in and ferry out to take...
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19018 Vernazza, SP, Italy
If you find yourself on the Mediterranean Sea or in Italy then be sure you make your way to Cinque Terre. Cinque Terre, or "The Five Lands" (in Italian), is composed of five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and...
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Riomaggiore SP, Italy
Hiking the Cinque Terre is an extraordinary way to explore the Ligurian Coast. Five villages connected only by hiking trail and rail with breathtaking coastal views and colorfully quaint villages. The trails can be challenging at times and it is...
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19015 Levanto SP, Italy
Walking Via Roma in the "Old Town" of Monterosso al Mare in Cinque Terre, I happened upon this classic scene: a stray cat (they're everywhere in Italy!), perched on the stone windowsill of an open kitchen. The chef was stirring up kitty favorites:...
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Località Loreto, Parcheggio Multipiano, 19016 Monterosso al Mare SP, Italy
It almost can't get more Italian than the beautiful hilltop, cliffside, beachfront villages of Cinque Terre. Walk to all five of them by foot, have a Ligurian specialty pasta, watch the sunset along the harbor, then take the train back. Ciao...
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104, Via Fegina, 19016 Monterosso al Mare SP, Italy
While waiting for a table at the exquisite ristorante Miky in Monterosso's "New Town," I stepped outside to watch the sun descend behind the cliffs of Cinque Terre. With a glass of Vernaccia from San Gimignano, which I had visited myself just days...
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Corso Italia, Genova GE, Italy
If you like to eat straight from the sea, the small restaurants along the Corso Italia are perfect spots for a cold glass of white wine and a bowl of piping hot fish soup from the waters directly off your seaside perch. Normally including deep red...