Vacation in Cinque Terre, Italy

The Five Villages of Cinque Terre

Five incredibly beautiful, colorful coastal villages – this is what Cinque Terre is all about. All these five villages are quite close to each other, so you can even explore them on foot (more details on page "Trails"). Which village is the most beautiful and romantic? The most popular villages are Manarola, Vernazza, and Riomaggiore. Corniglia stands out from the rest with its unique location and tranquility. As for Monterosso, it's known for having the largest, most convenient sandy beach.

How to Get There and Get Around

The best way to get around Cinque Terre is by train (the most convenient and popular way to move between the villages of Cinque Terre), by boat, or on foot. If you're arriving by car, you'll need to park it in a designated area. For more details, please read our website pages:

Where to Stay in Cinque Terre

You can stay in one of the villages in Cinque Terre or in one of the nearby cities, such as La Spezia, where prices are lower, and there is a much wider selection of hotels. Looking to save on hotel bookings? Searching for a romantic hotel in Cinque Terre? On these pages, you'll find helpful tips and important information about hotels in Cinque Terre.

What to See and Do in Cinque Terre

We recommend checking out the following pages on our website. This information can help you determine how many days you need to visit Cinque Terre (we suggest spending 3 days in Cinque Terre). Discover the most picturesque trails and find out where you can capture stunning photos in Cinque Terre.

Useful Information for Your Vacation in Cinque Terre, Italy

Want more tips for having the perfect vacation in Italy? On these pages, you'll discover the best time to visit Cinque Terre, where to find sandy beaches versus pebble beaches, how to save on tickets to Cinque Terre, and much more. Don't forget that Italy is renowned for its cuisine worldwide. Be sure to take the time to indulge in Italian cuisine at restaurants in Cinque Terre! Read more:

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