Hotel Elisabetta

Address: Via Mazzini, 276, Sestri Levante, Italian Riviera, 16039, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Mazzini, 276, Sestri Levante.
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      Travel Blogs from Sestri Levante

      Sestri Levante

      A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on May 30, 2014

      2 photos

      We really didn't plan to come here at all, but we couldn't find anywhere to park around the Cinqueterres, so we decide to come here to an ACSI site and catch the train to Rio Maggiore, the first of the five villages. However, the town is so pleasant, we decide to stay a few nights and take our time. We find a market in the town, the usual melange of clothing, belts and bags, vegetables and kitchenware. I notice a bakery heaving with customers so I go in and watch what everyone is ...

      Shopping in Milan and hiking the Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 25, 2013

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... we ate pre-made peanut butter rolls and then Erin had a gelato. To be able to walk any further after lunch we had to alter our route as the normal trail was shut between the 3rd and 5th towns (Corniglia-Manarola-Riomaggiore) due to recent landslides in the area. It meant our only option was to take an alternative trail between the 3rd and 4th towns (Corniglia-Manarola) even though it was double the distance and more than double the climb of the normal trail. It ...

      Happy Mother's Day

      A travel blog entry by inhovea on May 12, 2013

      4 photos

      ... walk.At this rate I don't know when the walk will reopen.
      We had a coffee and made our way to the train for Riomaggiore. Talia was trying to call me for Mother's Day, but it kept cutting out in the station and then it was too noisy so we gave up for the time until we got to Riomaggiore. I rang her back and it was lovely to chat with both the girls and catch up on how they were going. Larissa was annoyed that she had done all ...

      Pasta,Pizza and Gelato

      A travel blog entry by capt.pancake on Mar 25, 2013

      4 comments, 40 photos

      ... The Cinque Terre became a Unesco World Heritage site in 1997, which includes a protected marine area, and became a national park (Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre) in 1999. Wine growers still use monorail mechanisms to ferry themselves up and the grapes down these unique lands, and in some cases have to harvest by boat.



      We visited three of the villages, Vernazza, Manarola ...

      36 hours, 5 towns, 1 traveler, and too much rain

      A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on May 01, 2012

      16 photos

      ... br>
      I was determined to see all 5 towns of Cinque Terre and would not let the rain stop me. Armed with an umbrella, I set off on the “Walk of Lovers.” This trail was not even close to as rigorous as the first hike I had taken today and was much shorter. It was more of a sidewalk, and the walkway was even covered at certain points. I reached Manarola within 25 minutes. Manarola seems to be a hub of information on Cinque Terre because as I walked through the town ...