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Old 02-10-2011, 12:05 AM   #16
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I did a post on doing it on your own with some tips. For the other ports I usually had a limo (which is the great secret here as when more than 2 or 3 travel the limo is a better deal). However, for La Spezia we just went and got a taxi at the port - most people's thought of a taxi is some crappy car with a dirty angry driver. Most of the cars were brand new, spotlessly clean and the drivers (while they did not speak english) were extremely friendly.

We paid about 250 euro - 300 buckaroo's for it and it was worth every penny. We left an hour and a half later than the tour buses passed them on the way in and left an hour after them and passed them where they were broken down (beating the bus back by about 2 hours?).

Just remember when you do it on your own you need to plan for contingencies - if you are late on the bus the boat will hold if you are late on the taxi - they'll see you in the next port. Always carry your passport and a credit card.
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If you are doing the train on your own it's €8,50 per person for the Cinque Terre Card with train travel or €19,50 per person with Boat & train travel

http://www.cinqueterre.com/eng/information/card/
Bumping this thread back up to the front of the line for more scoop!

Sooo I watched a couple of videos thru this link...and was pleased to hear the proper prounciation of Cinque Terre too! Anyway, has anybody ever stopped for a bit on the little beach in Monterosso al Mare? Is it public? It certainly was colorful...
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Sooo I watched a couple of videos thru this link...and was pleased to hear the proper prounciation of Cinque Terre too! Anyway, has anybody ever stopped for a bit on the little beach in Monterosso al Mare? Is it public? It certainly was colorful...
I lived over there for a couple years and we've been to the Cinque Terre quite a few times (my wife loves Vernazza and begs me constantly to move there). The beach at Monterosso al Mare is public, but the chairs and umbrellas are private (you'll have to rent them, I don't recall the fee being too bad). It's the best sandy beach in the Cinque Terre and there are plenty of restaurants on the road just behind the beach. Grab some gelato and relax.

For those that enjoy hiking, the best views (our opinion) are between Vernazza and Monterosso. The hike seems a bit easier starting in Vernazza and going to Monterosso rather than vice versa. If hiking is not your thing, but you still want to take an easy, pretty stroll, then do the Via dell'Amore between Riomaggiore and Manarola. It will give you some great views without the challenging hike. You can then catch the train to the other towns.
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I lived over there for a couple years and we've been to the Cinque Terre quite a few times (my wife loves Vernazza and begs me constantly to move there). The beach at Monterosso al Mare is public, but the chairs and umbrellas are private (you'll have to rent them, I don't recall the fee being too bad). It's the best sandy beach in the Cinque Terre and there are plenty of restaurants on the road just behind the beach. Grab some gelato and relax.

For those that enjoy hiking, the best views (our opinion) are between Vernazza and Monterosso. The hike seems a bit easier starting in Vernazza and going to Monterosso rather than vice versa. If hiking is not your thing, but you still want to take an easy, pretty stroll, then do the Via dell'Amore between Riomaggiore and Manarola. It will give you some great views without the challenging hike. You can then catch the train to the other towns.
Oh you may be my new best friend!! I need to find a map of this area so I know what order the towns are in. Do most people go to the furthest town & work their way back or do you start at the first & work your way to the last? Since I haven't seen a map yet I don't know which way you mean when you say do Vernazza then Monterosso.

OK, so how often is it too rough for the ferry to run?? I mean is that like 2 or 3 times a week or every day after 2:00 or 3 times a month _________?? It seems I have read about that being a pretty big problem. We're not kikers in the hiking boot sense...it's not THAT kind of hiking is it?? It's like walking a hilly path, right? Something we should do in tennis shoes, not sandals?

Now, about that beach...since it's public are there bathrooms etc? Do you think it's worth trying to go out EARLY to start this adventure so we can have some TIME for the beach? We were thinking about trying to do a beach at Villefranche but are having trouble finding a good beach to go to there (they all look either really small and crowded or really rocky and not really very beach-like). DH wants to be sure we build in some time to chill on a Mediterranean beach somewhere. Should we try to head out by like 8:30 or 9:00 if we want to hit all 5 towns AND allow an hour or two to stop & chill? I am interested in the beach idea but won't want to lug too much stuff with us if we're doing a lot of walking. Hummmm. Maybe that's NOT a good plan.

Watch...after all my investigating DH will decide he'd rather go to Pisa! Now I am just talking out loud to myself!
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I would like to use google maps to get walking directions
From the port to the train station. Does anyone have the name of the port or an address? I gather I want the Central train station to get to Cinque Terre.
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Oh you may be my new best friend!! I need to find a map of this area so I know what order the towns are in. Do most people go to the furthest town & work their way back or do you start at the first & work your way to the last? Since I haven't seen a map yet I don't know which way you mean when you say do Vernazza then Monterosso.

OK, so how often is it too rough for the ferry to run?? I mean is that like 2 or 3 times a week or every day after 2:00 or 3 times a month _________?? It seems I have read about that being a pretty big problem. We're not kikers in the hiking boot sense...it's not THAT kind of hiking is it?? It's like walking a hilly path, right? Something we should do in tennis shoes, not sandals?

Now, about that beach...since it's public are there bathrooms etc? Do you think it's worth trying to go out EARLY to start this adventure so we can have some TIME for the beach? We were thinking about trying to do a beach at Villefranche but are having trouble finding a good beach to go to there (they all look either really small and crowded or really rocky and not really very beach-like). DH wants to be sure we build in some time to chill on a Mediterranean beach somewhere. Should we try to head out by like 8:30 or 9:00 if we want to hit all 5 towns AND allow an hour or two to stop & chill? I am interested in the beach idea but won't want to lug too much stuff with us if we're doing a lot of walking. Hummmm. Maybe that's NOT a good plan.

Watch...after all my investigating DH will decide he'd rather go to Pisa! Now I am just talking out loud to myself!
One can never have too many friends. I've seen folks go both ways up and down the coast, but I couldn't say if one way is more popular than the other. As for maps and guides, I have to echo that Rick Steves does a bang up job. They have his books at most libraries too if you just want to read about the area.

I don't have any info on the ferries there, I never took them. Sorry, wish I could help more. The hikes are more like hilly paths. I think I did them in sandals, but I would suggest tennis shoes. The most strenuous is between Vernazza and Monterosso, but it was the hike betwen Vernazza and Cornelia or Cornelia and Manarola that seemed to drag a bit.

As for the beach, I don't recall what we did for restrooms. They have to be around there somewhere. There is a little park there and there are probably some bathrooms there too. It's a nice little beach and you can rent a couple chairs for around 15 euros and not have to worry about packing anything around. You could take the train into Monterosso, hang out for a bit and depending on the day, judge if you feel more like hanging out on the beach or hike. If you find yourself in a hurry, just take the train between the cities. Just a bit of a notice, it is a european beach, so there will be some toplessness. Didn't bother us, but it may bother some folks.

Pisa is nice, but it's kind of a one trick pony. It's one heck of a trick, but beyond the Piazza Dei Miracoli, there's not much there. Either way, you are sure to have a good time.

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One can never have too many friends. I've seen folks go both ways up and down the coast, but I couldn't say if one way is more popular than the other. As for maps and guides, I have to echo that Rick Steves does a bang up job. They have his books at most libraries too if you just want to read about the area.

I don't have any info on the ferries there, I never took them. Sorry, wish I could help more. The hikes are more like hilly paths. I think I did them in sandals, but I would suggest tennis shoes. The most strenuous is between Vernazza and Monterosso, but it was the hike betwen Vernazza and Cornelia or Cornelia and Manarola that seemed to drag a bit.

As for the beach, I don't recall what we did for restrooms. They have to be around there somewhere. There is a little park there and there are probably some bathrooms there too. It's a nice little beach and you can rent a couple chairs for around 15 euros and not have to worry about packing anything around. You could take the train into Monterosso, hang out for a bit and depending on the day, judge if you feel more like hanging out on the beach or hike. If you find yourself in a hurry, just take the train between the cities. Just a bit of a notice, it is a european beach, so there will be some toplessness. Didn't bother us, but it may bother some folks.

Pisa is nice, but it's kind of a one trick pony. It's one heck of a trick, but beyond the Piazza Dei Miracoli, there's not much there. Either way, you are sure to have a good time.

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Thanks AGAIN! So would it be too much to try to say go to Pisa in the morning for the 4-4.5 hour DCL excursion then in the afternoon after lunch take the train on our own to Monterosso for a couple of hours? I think our port time is 7:30 am to 7:30 pm. Is that too ambitious?!
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So would it be too much to try to say go to Pisa in the morning for the 4-4.5 hour DCL excursion then in the afternoon after lunch take the train on our own to Monterosso for a couple of hours? I think our port time is 7:30 am to 7:30 pm. Is that too ambitious?!
I've visited Italy several times. When I went to Pisa and Cinque Terre last year, I used Rick Steves' Italy guidebook.

If I were to go to Pisa and Cinque Terre on a daytrip, I'd skip the ship's excursion to Pisa, and use the guidebook. RS explains in detail the trains, the stations to use, and travel times between stops, and what not to miss.

I wouldn't bother going back to the ship for lunch. Instead, use the time to explore the Cinque Terre. The towns offer fantastic views and plenty of places to eat.

My favorite town is Vernazza, where we stayed a few nights. Photo. I think it would be a shame to skip Vernazza in order to have lunch on the ship.

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We didn't find it too hard to find the train station at all. When we walked off the ship there were people handing out maps of the town that were very easy to follow. La Spezia itself is a very pretty little town with a great park right in the middle and a lovely walking street with lots of restaurants. The train ride was really nice, cutting through the mountains and going along the coastline. The area really reminded me of the Northern California coast, just beautiful! We went straight to Monterosso and hung out at the beach for a few hours. We rented chairs (very nice ones) and an umbrella and were able to use the restrooms they had. Started to make our way back on train and got off to do the Walk of Love... very easy walk, not hiking at all, beautiful views along the whole way and a little cafe tucked in the cliff halfway through. From there took the train back to La Spezia where we managed to hit right at siesta (we should know better we live in Spain!) so we missed grabbing lunch in town. La Spezia is really nice clean and easy to navigate (especially after Naples!) and I am really glad we did Cinque Terre instead of Pisa.
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I've visited Italy several times. When I went to Pisa and Cinque Terre last year, I used Rick Steves' Italy guidebook.

If I were to go to Pisa and Cinque Terre on a daytrip, I'd skip the ship's excursion to Pisa, and use the guidebook. RS explains in detail the trains, the stations to use, and travel times between stops, and what not to miss.

I wouldn't bother going back to the ship for lunch. Instead, use the time to explore the Cinque Terre. The towns offer fantastic views and plenty of places to eat.

My favorite town is Vernazza, where we stayed a few nights. Photo. I think it would be a shame to skip Vernazza in order to have lunch on the ship.

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That photo is gorgeous! So you don't think we'd be overplanning to try to go to Pisa in the morning (skip going UP the tower maybe since we don't know what TIME) and then come back & head to Cinque Terre?! Just plan for a couple of hours on the beach at Montessoro & some lunch in Vernazza or something?! Is it the same train from Pisa to Cinque Terre?! ie could we just STAY ON IT from Pisa to Cinque Terre?!

Can anybody tell me about how long the hike is between the two towns?! I watched some videos on YouTube and with the way they were edited it looked like it was pretty far. Is it an hour more or less?!
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Can anybody tell me about how long the hike is between the two towns?! I watched some videos on YouTube and with the way they were edited it looked like it was pretty far. Is it an hour more or less?!
We spent one night in Manarola a couple of years back, work up before dawn to take the train from Manarola to Monterosso, but the ticket booth at Manarola was not open, and we could not get the ticket machine to take our money. When than hiked in the dark up to the Corniglia station, and grabbed the train to Monterosso. We hiked back down the coast, and I believe it took us about 1.5 to 2 hours between Monterosso and Vernazza. There was a decent amount of elevation change on the hike, but the views were amazing! We than took the train from Vernazza back to Corniglia so we could take the hike back to Manarola in the daylight. We hiked the Via dell’ Amore the night before to see Riomaggiore.
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That photo is gorgeous! So you don't think we'd be overplanning to try to go to Pisa in the morning (skip going UP the tower maybe since we don't know what TIME) and then come back & head to Cinque Terre?! Just plan for a couple of hours on the beach at Montessoro & some lunch in Vernazza or something?! Is it the same train from Pisa to Cinque Terre?! ie could we just STAY ON IT from Pisa to Cinque Terre?!
You would not be overplanning, unless you also went back to the ship for lunch.

You could take the same train between Pisa and Monterosso. It takes 35 to 60 minutes, depending on whether you take an express or local.

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You would not be overplanning, unless you also went back to the ship for lunch.

You could take the same train between Pisa and Monterosso. It takes 35 to 60 minutes, depending on whether you take an express or local.

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This is great to hear. I want to see both Pisa and some of Cinque Terre as well. I was thinking there was no way we could do both. I have Rick Steves book "snapshot Cinque Terre" and it has some great info in it.
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This is great to hear. I want to see both Pisa and some of Cinque Terre as well. I was thinking there was no way we could do both. I have Rick Steves book "snapshot Cinque Terre" and it has some great info in it.
We used Rick Steves' book for both Pisa and Cinque Terre. He offers excellent advice making it possible to do both. I would not attempt it without bringing his book.

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We used Rick Steves' book for both Pisa and Cinque Terre. He offers excellent advice making it possible to do both. I would not attempt it without bringing his book.

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So you recommend his Pisa book as well? I have the ebook version of Cinque Terre on my nook color, which I will be brining anyways.
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