Travel Blogs from Monterosso
... jo accidentally bought soda water and we could not stop laughing! Monterosso to Vernazza is the hardest walk in the Cinque Terre and yin defiantly need lots of water for the start of the track ha. We tried many a times to do self timing photos of all four of us- mostly resulting in dale blinking and the background being blurry. The walk through the national park was beautiful and it was great to do some form of ...
... sculpture for the Medici family. After two days in Florence, I can say that the Medici family was one of the prime movers for the Renaissance. Major patrons of the arts and sciences in the day.
Back to the hotel, quick pack up and check out, then off to the train station for the trip to Monterosso. As usual, the train station was hectic, loud and confusing. We thought about getting in line for ...
... was there. We saw both of our waiters from that day and the guy who we were renting the apartment from. I guess there was nowhere else to go on a rainy night in Monterosso! We made a lot of friends as there were a lot of Americans at the bar and it was a really fun night.
Saturday morning we woke up relatively early to set out on our first hike. We were disappointed on the first day because the visitor information center said that the walking paths were closed. ...
... Vin Negro (a 4 grape blend including Sangiovese) which , we were told, is superb with wild boar stew! On our way back from the train station in Monterosso, we wandered up to the castle and found a restaurant that may have given us our most romantic dinner yet -- the L'ancera dei Tortuga. We sat outdoor just as the sun was setting, at a table perched on a 15-foot area of the cliff. Delicious food, incredible view. Perfect way to end a lovely ...
... of town. Turn left out of the station and the bus is up and to the right, the walking trail, to the left. The walking trail is well maintained, with 365 (one for each day of the year) gradual steps leading up to the top of the town. Along the trail, as you walk through the vineyards, there are many stops with picturesque views of Manarola, the next town to the south When you arrive at the top of the steps, turn left to head to the center of town. Turn left and walk up the ...
Other places to stay in Monterosso
Via Roma, 72, Monterosso | 4 star hotelfrom $177
- Great Hotel and stayed there by accident
- Loved this hotel
- Beautiful, clean and brand new
via Corone, 1, Monterosso | 4 star hotelfrom $227
- This Hotel Averages to 4 Stars
- Attractive Hotel, Terrible Room
- Best choice in Cinque Terre
Via Roma 109 , Monterosso | Hotelfrom $170
- Great Little Hotel!
- A Gem of A Hotel
- Great, but "No View" means NO view!
Via Fegina 4, Monterosso | 3 star hotel
- Second Thoughts
- A small hotel with a big view and friendly care
- Warm, hospitable and superbly located
Lungomare Fegina 98, Monterosso | 2 star hotelfrom $236
- Monterosso magic
- Felt like family
- Pleasant stay in La Spaggia
Via Buranco 40, Monterosso | 3 star hotelfrom $31
- Loved Albergo Marina
- Albergo Marina is the place to stay in Cinque Terre!
- Satisfied with Hotel Marina
Via Zuecca 6, Monterosso | Hotel
- Wunderbares Personal
- A real Gem! Best Hotel experience in Italy!
Via Molinelli, 35, Monterosso | 3 star hotelfrom $228
- Great hotel
- Wonderful experience at the Punta Mesco!
- Excellent Value
Via IV Novembre, 23, Monterosso | Hotelfrom $205
Via IV Novembre, 21 , Monterosso | 3 star hotelfrom $159
Via Fegina 88, Monterosso | Hotelfrom $216
- Can't beat the location and price
- Fabulous Views
- In one word, fantastic
Loc Minali , Monterosso | Hotelfrom $189
Via 4 Novembre 18, Monterosso | 4 star hotelfrom $188
Via Buranco, 36 , Monterosso | Hotelfrom $196
via Molinelli, 16, Monterosso | 3 star hotelfrom $203
- Great Experience
- Highlight of our trip
Loc. Colle di Gritta, Monterosso | Hotelfrom $134