Cinque Terre Insider

American expat insight into Italy's fabulous "Five Lands"

Everything you should know before hiking the trails in Cinque Terre, Italy

The five Cinque Terre villages are under a level orange storm warning from 10pm on October 14 to 3pm on October 15, 2019

Heading to the Cinque Terre this September? Don’t miss the national park’s calendar for guided tours and hikes!

Planning to be in the Cinque Terre this July? Check out the guided tours and excursions offered by the national park (with a nifty key and explanations). Enjoy!

The June calendar for the Cinque Terre Walking Park has been released! See below for all the details: As you look at the schedule, be sure to keep in mind the color coding for each date: YELLOW = trekking (hiking) tour, appropriate footwear is required (either hiking shoes/boots or athletic trainers with decent tread) GREEN = trekking …

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If you’re planning to be in the Cinque Terre this May, be sure to check out the guided tours & excursions offered by the Cinque Terre National Park. As you look at the schedule, be sure to keep in mind the color coding for each date: YELLOW = trekking (hiking) tour, appropriate footwear is required …

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This month there’s just one guided hike on the calendar for the national park’s Cinque Terre Walking Park: If you’re planning to be in the Cinque Terre on April 20th this is a great opportunity to visit a vineyard and meet with local winemaker, Heydi Bonanini. Starting in May things will pick up with Cinque …

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Spring has nearly sprung and those in the know in the Cinque Terre are gearing up to get their trek on. If you’re planning to be in our area this month, be sure to check out the following schedule: What you need to know: The guided hikes in March are free if you have the Cinque …

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Spring 2021.  That’s the projected reopening date for the Via dell’Amore, the beloved and world-famous Lovers’ Lane connecting the Cinque Terre villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola.  The path has been closed to the public since September of 2012 when a rock slide overtook a portion of the path and injured three Australian tourists.  Since then, only …

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