Where to stay in the Cinque Terre? Take my quiz to find out!

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  1. Thank you for spending the time and energy to write such a thorough and resourceful blog on visiting Cinque Terre. I would be traveling with a then 2.5 yr old, for a month throughout Italy, Greece, France and Lebanon (possibly one less location). Could you recommend the duration of time you think is adequate to spend in CT? Is 7-10 days too long? It doesn’t seem like theres tons to do but I’d prefer not to be on the move from location to location too often. Is 3-5 days more reasonable?
    Thank you!
    Jessica

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      1. Of course, sorry I didn’t include that. My original plan was late Aug/Sept but we have commitments starting in Sept I’m not sure we can get out of, so the other option would be late May into June.

        Thank you.

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      2. Ok, so peak-season. For me, the Cinque Terre merits *at least* three nights (so two full days). If you come in August or September you could easily stay a few days longer as you could spend those extra days at the beach (you could do the same in late May/June, it just won’t be as warm). The longer you stay the more you can relax and just savor the villages and area. I suppose it really just depends on your travel style? If you like to go-go-go then a week might be too long for you. If you prefer to relax and take it easy you could most definitely stay a week. Does that help or just confuse you further? 😉

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