Basso Stefania Apartments

Via Fieschi 107, Corniglia, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19010, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Corniglia

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by jazandlouis


... The main strip has more restaurants, as well as bars and it is just a really pretty town and lay out with good views. We had an AMAZING meal here, Louis had a seafood spagetti and I had grilled octopus. We had some delicious wine, followed by cocktails and a scotch - we had to waste time through the rain somehow! The rain did make further exploration undesirable so we went back to Riomaggiore for a siesta and made our way back ...

The Cinqueterres, Italy.

A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel


We had planned to begin at RioMaggiore and walk the entire five villages, but it transpires that the first two sections have been closed for sometime due to a landslide. Not only that but we couldn't park and so we travelled in on the train to Corniglia. This was an experience in itself in that firstly it was nearly two hours delayed with no explanation or anyone to ask, and secondly it ended up so overcrowded there was nowhere to swing the ...

Next stop Cinque Terre!

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer


... dragging our cases behind us. We checked the information signs for the platform, too early for that.... chatted to an American while we waited. Finally the sign revealed our platform and we were ready to move. We found the platform, waited for the train and then made a hurried dash towards the front end. Harassed by a young bloke who wouldn't take no for an answer, he grabbed our cases & took us to the carriage at the front.... we had booked first class tickets ...

First unplanned destination of the trip

A travel blog entry by zoe13


... towards Vernazza. To explore the different towns there are a few different options to explore, by train, by boat, by climbing up through and over the mountains or the blue trail that winds around the coast line nearish to the water. To get to Vernazza we choose the blue trail. According to the sign at the starting point, this section of the blue trail is the most difficult but most rewarding. And it sure wasn't easy. The rain the day before had made ...

Cinque Terre, Italy

A travel blog entry by justin_parker


... Monterosso - the furthest north (5th) village.

Monterosso is the only town in the region that has a sand beach, although the sand is not white or yellow like back in Australia. It still has a grey tone to it. We browsed the streets for a short while and visited the black and white marble church that resides in the town. The town is bigger than the other two we had visited and had slightly wider streets. We found a little shop that sold local produce and ...

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This hotel, located on Via Fieschi 107, Corniglia, is near Trail 2, San Pietro, Cantina du Sciacchetra, and Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora).
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