L'Ancora

Via Colombo 111, Riomaggiore, 19017, Italy
L'Ancora
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Riomaggiore-Monterosso by boat

by bakman

Can I take a boat from Riomaggiore to Monterosso to see the vilages from the sea? If yes, what is the scadule times during the day?

Re: Riomaggiore-Monterosso by boat

by leics

Unless you hire privately (and also then, depending on sea and weather conditions), only at certain times of the year. You can find timetables and info in English here:

http://www.navigazionegolfodeipoeti.it/orario.asp?lang=eng

Travel Tips for Riomaggiore

Don't miss it!

by sue_stone

The Cinque Terre is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.

The villages are gorgeous, the views breathtaking and the energetic hikes give you a great excuse to eat plenty of gelato!! Make time in your next trip to Italy to visit this magical place.

Crowded, but .....

by tini58de

Riomaggiore definitely is a tourist destination - and it usually is crowded!! Still you will find places to just enjoy the colors and atmosphere of this fabulous Cinque Terre village! Sometimes it means looking up instead of down or left or right - you will find the remote corners and places to enjoy and love.....

Parish Church

by matcrazy1

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The parish church of Riomaggiore, San Giovanni Battista (St.John the Baptist), situated in the upper part of the village. The main construction is from the fourteenth century, the facade was added during the second half of the nineteenth century.

Ingenious Monorail!

by sue_stone

The hills of the Cinque Terre are covered with grape vines, baking in the Ligurian sunshine and waiting to be harvested each autumn and made into the delicious wine that we love to drink on our visits there.

Due to the precarious way that the grapes are grown - on steep cliffs, an ingenious Monorail network has been built to carry the grapes once picked.

It is big enough to carry the driver and containers of precious cargo (aka grapes).

So after a long day hiking past the vineyards, whilst you are sipping a chilled glass of vino bianco, look to the hills and amaze over the ingenious Monorail!

What to pack?

by ruki

comfortable shoes for hiking all around a lot of memory cards for cameras hat and cream for sun protection
pretty money, because everything is too expensive
italian dictionary would be welcome

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