Hotel Eva La Romantica

Address: Via privata Rivara 5/6 , Moneglia, Italian Riviera, 16030 , Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Via privata Rivara 5/6 , Moneglia.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eva La Romantica Moneglia

    Reviewed by 2travelis2live

    Great Quaint B&B Outside of Cinque Terre!

    Reviewed Apr 18, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Tallahassee, Florida , United States Flag of United States

    We loved our stay here! It's only a short train ride from the Cinque Terre, but far, far from the many tourists who swarm to the 5 towns of the Cinque Terre! Also the breakfast and food prepared at the restaurant here are great!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Eva La Romantica Moneglia

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    Monterosso, Home Base for a Cinque Terre Tour

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... Via Fieschi) that winds through the town, with many small stores and bars with local products. Gelateria Artigianle is well worth the stop for a taste of Gelato to refresh you from the long climb. Enjoy the Miele (honey flavored). Stop by and have fresh anchovies and wine with Mario, the owner of enoteca I'll Pirun. The music here is wonderful blend of jazz and blues. Continue on, and turn left past the church, and up the steps for the best views of Manarola.

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    Monterosso to Vernazza then riposo on the piazza

    A travel blog entry by oatiek on May 04, 2013

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    ... their time and made the entire journey. When we finally made it to Vernazza we were blown away by yet another amazing village. The better half of the afternoon was spent resting at the seaside piazza. We finally made our way by train to Manarola and finally back to Riomaggiore for an amazing fish dinner and a good night's rest. We are so sad to think we must leave this beautiful old village in the morning, but Siena awaits ...

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    A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 20, 2012

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    Day 16

    A travel blog entry by jkeurotour2011 on Sep 10, 2011

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    ... the coastal road. Distressingly Sat Nav wants us to hit the motorway and so we start to hit loggergeads once again. We contradict a turning left (away from the coast which is to our right) and after a while we see a sign for La Spezzia so we start to follow this. Then we come to a crossroads in the hills. Left, right or straight on. Kerry says right. I’m surprised as this one says 5 kms when left says 2 kms. Happy though as ...

    Italy at its best!

    A travel blog entry by benandcath on Jun 11, 2011

    ... we had escaped the tourists by coming this way, and with no one else really around, got some great photos of the coastline. We continued onto Manarola, the second village, to roam around the nearby vineyards and orchids. It was very enjoyable, trying to figure out all the different crops growing. The path went from the top of the town, round to the cemetery. We walked through it, noting the relatively long living Italian gravestones. The cemetery was adjacent to a park and a lookout ...