The hiking trails in the Cinque Terre are world-famous and on just about every traveler’s bucket list that visits this area. The trails throughout our territory vary in difficulty but the average Joe will find most to be a bit challenging. Not so for the Cinque Terre trail runners, who take things to a whole ‘nother level. This … Continue reading The new extreme sport in the Cinque Terre: Trail running
Update 2017: The works on the Via dell’Amore are at a complete standstill. The local city hall is waiting on national public funds to be released to pay for the extensive repair costs. It sounds like it could be a very, very long wait. *sigh* The Via dell’Amore (Lovers’ Lane) connects the villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola and … Continue reading What’s going on with the Via dell’Amore?
UPDATED IN 2019 TO REFLECT CURRENT RATES AND TO INCLUDE DETAILS ABOUT PURCHASING ONLINE The Cinque Terre Card is the Cinque Terre National Park’s effort to streamline the hiking pass and transport services all into one card (which helps to make things much, much more convenient for those visiting). The Cinque Terre card allows the card holder unlimited train travel … Continue reading What’s the deal with the Cinque Terre Card?
Latest update: October, 2017 There’s a lot of (mis)information out there about what trails in the Cinque Terre are open or closed at the moment, so I’m hoping to clear up any confusion. The most famous hiking path in the Cinque Terre is the Sentiero Azzurro (the so-called “blue” coastal trail that connects all five villages, also … Continue reading Current status of the Cinque Terre “Sentiero Azzurro” (Coastal Trail)