Locanda Dell Angelo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Viale XXV Aprile 60, Ameglia, Italian Riviera, 19031, Italy
Locanda Dell'Angelo
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La Spezia vs Levanto for parking for three days

by sarahandted

We're going to Cinque Terre in mid October 2010.

We want to leave our car outside of Cinque Terre, because it seems as if the drive to Monterossa is very difficult by car. It seems from other postings that parking for three days in La Spezia is not easy to find. It also looks as though driving to Levanto, coming from La Spezia, is another hour or two drive.

Does anyone have any suggestions for us? All we want to do is park our car safely outside of Cinque Terre. We're willing to pay for a garage to keep our car safe. What we don't want is a huge hassle.

So: specifically: how long would it take to drive from La Spezia to Levanto? One hour? Two? Three? Is it worth the drive just to easily find a place to park our car safely?

We'd appreciate any feedback! Thanks in advance.

Re: La Spezia vs Levanto for parking for three days

by cgf

In LaSpezia is much easier then Levanto to leave the car somewhere, also free of charge. In Levanto you've to pay anywhere and everyday you should go to put your euros in the machine. Why don't you find a garage in LaSpezia which is also cheaper? Have you a rented car? why not drop it and haveing back one after three days, three days rent a car cost saved.

Travel Tips for La Spezia

The city

by micas_pt

La Spezia is a big city compared to the surrounding villages we had visited so far. Seen from the approaching road, it spreads for a wide area on the slopes of the hills, bathed by the sea. It has a major importance on naval defence of the area - its installations are quite huge and spread for km along the coast.

We didn't explore La Spezia thoroughly as its surroundings are astounding and we opted for those - Lerici, Cinque Terre and Portovenere were my favourite. While in La Spezia, a stroll along the coastal path, and wandering around the city's streets lined with orange trees and with some interesting architecture, were my favourites. Don't miss the castle and the views at the end of afternoon, under the golden sun.


by matcrazy1

Portovenere is a medieval sea village at the gateway to the Cinque Terre . This enchanting and naturally beautiful town dates back to the Roman era. The lovely view admired from the Church of San Pietro located at the edge of the cliff, inspired famous poets such as Shelley and Byron and from whom took the name Golfo dei Poeti (The Poets' Gulf).

Culinarily speaking Cinque...

by bcc8

Culinarily speaking Cinque Terra is known for several things. The pesto grown in this region of Italy is delicious. Just about every meal I had was covered in the delicious, green seasoning! Bring a jar of it home! The white wine from Cinque Terra is also quite good. The house white wine from any of the restaurants was great. With your dessert be sure and drink some of Cinque Terra's finest Sciacchetra (sweet wine).


by micas_pt

Lerici is a beautiful seaside village with a coastal walk by a nice marina and a castle overlooking the sea. We visited Lerici during the afternoon and loved it so much that we stayed for dinner and for a night stroll on the walk by the marina. Unfortunately it was pouring that day and photos came out lousy!! We had a fantastic dinner there on a small typical restaurant and food was great.

I'd return to Lerici and recommend everybody to visit.

La Spezia - Gateway to the Cinque Terre

by Aragu

La Spezia is a town just to the south of the villages that make up the Cinque Terre. You can take the train to La Spezia from most cities in Italy, then connect to the small trains that will stop in each of the villages, each five minutes apart.

Exploring the Cinque Terre is like stepping back into time. These are very small villages known for their pesto dishes and amazing sunsets. Take a day or two and explore these towns. There are hiking trials that connect the towns (no vehicles are allowed in the Cinque Terre) and you will see some amazing views along the way. Have fun!


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 Locanda Dell Angelo

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Address: Viale XXV Aprile 60, Ameglia, Italian Riviera, 19031, Italy