Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre, Cinque Terre

About Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre, Cinque Terre

Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre, Cinque Terre - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 19018 Riomaggiore Province of La Spezia, Italy

Phone: +39-0187762600

Ticket Price: 8 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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A part of the Unesco World Heritage, the National park of Cinque Terre will introduce you to lush green vegetation and other manifestations of nature. The various sections of this park will make you feel like completely enveloped in the lap of bountiful nature. There are quaint beaches, never ending dry-stone walls that shelter the terraces where vineyards are cultivated, enigmatic medieval quarters, numerous trials and sanctuaries to engage you and to make you fall in love with this place. This is an essential Italian nature experience that you must not forgo with. Catch hold of some activities that will make your trip memorable here.

Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre Information

  • Hiking may be required, so be prepared for it.

Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre Ticket Prices

  • Carte Parco or Trekking Cards
  • Carta Parco 1 day Adults: Euros 7.50
  • Carta Parco 2 days Adults: Euros 14.50
  • Carta Parco 1 day Children: Euros 4.50
  • Carta Parco 2 days Children: Euros 7.20
  • Carta Parco 1 day Argento (over 70): Euros 6.00
  • Carta Parco 2 days Argento (over 70): Euros 10.00
  • Carta Parco 1 day Family: Euros 19.60
  • Carta Parco 2 days Family: Euros 31.50
  • Carta Parco 1 day Groups (up to 25 participants): Euros 120.00
  • Carta Parco 1 day Additional participant: Euros 5.00
  • For more options of ticket prices, refer to the website.

How To reach Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre by Public Transport

  • By Train Station: Corniglia

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  • Simply amazing. Very scenic. Good for hiking. Nice mix of Countryside and stunningly beautiful small towns. Also good access with public transport by train or ship. It is possible to run through everything in one day but I would recommend you to stay for longer. Though it can get crowded in tourist season.

  • Fantastic trekking nice 1-2 H stages, but be prepared to walk 40 minutes up hill, rough downhill, loose rocks and balance on partly washed away trails. Be reasonably fit, avoid the summer heat and crowds. And what ever you do don't get caught in the dark. Spectacular views, picturesque villages and no rails that ruin your view.

  • Cinque Terre is amazing. The locals are so friendly and practically all could speak English. The food is amazing here and everyone loves children here. Very family friendly. The walk between all the 5 towns was the highlight of the trip. Route can be a little challenging at times but this is what made the trip more exciting. The view from the top of the mountains are breathtaking and the colour of buildings in each town was vibrant and bright. I would recommend this trip to everyone.

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  • National park in Northern Italy, easily accessible by rail from La Spezia in the South and Genoa in the North. Picturesque fishing villages perch atop the cliffs, linked by hiking trails. Always check of the trails are open before setting off. The villages are busy in summer, and the train between them is often packed. In some places, the prices reflect this but there are plenty of cheaper places to stay or eat if you hunt around a bit.

  • The views are great... Villages are overflowing with tourists, trash on the streets and trails, and 7.50 € per person to take the trail is a bit excessive considering I didn't see trail maintenance being performed in any way whatsoever. Villages don't offer any good restaurants, and even the highly rated ones clearly have no idea how to cook seafood correctly. A good day trip for sure for the gorgeous views, but our visit to Cinque Terre has us advising other travellers to steer clear aside from perhaps a day trip.

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