Grand Hotel Portovenere

Address: Via Garibaldi, 5, Portovenere, Italian Riviera, 19025, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Garibaldi, 5, Portovenere, is near Trail 2.
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    Travel Blogs from Portovenere

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Jul 22, 2015

    62 photos

    We left Venice on the 22nd and headed for Cinque Terre, a world heritage site made up of 5 small villages that tumble down to the sea. We were staying in Portovenere just to the south, and visited the region over a couple of days by boat - arguably the best way to see the coastline. We stayed ...

    It was a pesto kind of day

    A travel blog entry by on May 21, 2015

    8 photos

    ... there was the most amazing view of the town below. Once we arrived in Portovenere we found a cute little cafe over looking the water and I ordered a pesto and mozzarella focaccia (pesto is very popular here). We then walked up some side streets and visited an exhibition of local photos of the town then walked past a pesto shop with free samples. It was amazing. I've never tasted pesto like this before, it was just so fresh and fragrant. I was considering buying ...

    Cinque Terre Walks

    A travel blog entry by inhovea on May 11, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... There is a beautiful aroma throughout the walks as there are wild herbs and beautiful flowers growing. All the towns have a wonderful perfume of gardenia.
    We arrived in Vernazza after about 90 minutes. It is beautiful coming into the town with its bright colours set into the hill and the sea. We had coffee and decided to have a look at the next trail, even though it is supposed to be closed. The alternative was one of the upper trails which are a ...

    When in Rome, Venice, Florence, etc...

    A travel blog entry by magellan2012 on Mar 25, 2012

    11 photos

    ... well earned, Tel-Aviv-Airport-stolen sleep. The crowds of the Vatican were our first real experience of the theme park nature of Europe, even if we are lucky enough not to be in peak season. Sam tried his best to be the zen master and we shuffled through the conveyor belt route to the Rafael rooms and the Sistine Chapel. No matter how packed it is, it's worth it. It's also worth the guaranteed stiff neck from staring up at Michelangelo's masterpieces. St Peter's and a climb up to ...

    Endless steps...

    A travel blog entry by acissejnoswal on May 23, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... up waiting in a line for about 45 minutes to find out that we didn't need tickets for the next train but we could still get there ontime :)
    We ended up getting into Riomaggiore, which is the last of the towns, around 5pm so the man wasn't too mean. He was still kinda weird though haha. His employee showed us to the place that we were going to be staying. Since we already hiked up the town hill to get to the hostel office, I asked ...