Which of the Cinque Terre towns can be easily accessed from the train station, either by walking a short distance (preferably without many stairs) or by a shuttle bus from rail station to town? I will have the Cinque Terre pass that lets me use the elevators for the disabled. Also, do you know if the Via dell'amore is open now? We leave for Italy next week & would appreciate any info. Many thanks!
I understand hiking the trail from Monterroso to Vernazza is the steepest and most difficult one. Would it be silly to use a walking stick? I get nervous when there are no guard rails either, and if the trail is slippery in May. I want to do all of the trails, even to Corniglia.
I am coming from Rome Termini and am trying to find the best way to get to Vernazza and possibly Riomaggiore. As I understand it, I can take a train from Rome to La Spezia and there pick up a train that travels through all the five towns and use that to return to La Spezia and go home at night. This train is accessible from the Cinque Terre card correct? So I only need to buy a ticket to La Spezia, buy a Cinque Terre Day trip card that includes train travel for 12 euro there, and pick up a train from La Spezia that will take me to Vernazza and Riomaggiore that I can do because I have this card, right? Just trying to understand the most economic and direct way. I really appreciate the response!
What we MUST see in Genoa and the surroundings in a four days trip, in April?
We'll be there for first time for a short "business trip" and we have on our trip planner only the Acquario di Genova and Boccadasse...plus the Cathedral and city center.
Any reccommendation is welcome, including restaurants, museums and the shopping areas, to keep my wife happy.
The VT page with Genoa is strangely poor :( I'll do my best to improve it, once I'll come back.
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