Cinque Terre Travel Guide

COMPLETE TRAVEL GUIDE COMING SOON

We are exploring Cinque Terre from 9/26 - 9/30….you can see our live adventures on the “CInque Terre” highlight on my instagram here .

Make sure you pin this post for later, because we’ll be filling it up with all of our favorite discoveries in across the 5 villages of Cinque Terre.

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Riomaggiore

Restaurants

Primo Piatto: Great spot for takeaway pasta centrally located on the main road! We got 3 orders of takeaway pasta for 21€, super affordable.

Dau Cila: Located by the Riomaggiore harbor and has the most beautiful views! Reservations are definitely recommended and if you want an ocean view you will pick from 7pm or 9pm.

A Pie de Ma: This restaurant and wine bar is located by the train station overlooking the water. They have great local wines and small plates in a casual atmostphere.

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Vernazza

Restaurants

Baia Saracena: Located directly in the center of the marina, the prosciutto pizza and caprese salad were amazing.

Pirate Bar: This famous dessert bar is located past the train station away from the coast... but did someone say dessert!?

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Transportation between villages: You can take a private taxi or ferry, but the fastest and easiest way is to take the train! The train is located in the center of each village and hugs the coastline.

  • If you are a hiker there are trails that go along the coast, but they are long walks.

  • You can buy tickets for specific legs (typically 4euros each way) or you can buy a 3 day unlimited ticket for 41euros. 
  • KEEP YOUR TICKET and validate it in the little green machines before you take the train. If you travel without a ticket you can get a 50€ fine. 

For tickets download the train Italian app or buy at the ticket office. You can find more info HERE

Want more Italy? Check out our Florence Travel Guide and Florence Food Guide