Regina Hotel Forte Dei Marmi

Via Torino, 6, Forte Dei Marmi, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Forte Dei Marmi

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by jazandlouis

9

... and much much shorter, and I think the downwards journey was longer - though the ground on the descent was a bit more treacherous. The sky was threatening rain all day but luckily for us it waited until we were safely at Manarola. I would not like to be caught up the top when a storm hits - there is no shelter, and coming down is scary enough when its dry!

Manarola is my favourite town for the 5. I would recommend ...

Trailblazers! (Not)

A travel blog entry by mandyjak

9

... been really fit, I reckon!! The views along the way were quite lovely, and trust me, we stopped to look at the views plenty of times!! We seemed to be always climbing up stairs, with only a meter or two of flat paths in between! Venazza looked so much closer than it really was! The day was very warm, which also didn't help! I have seen the Cinque Tere on Getaway before, and the presenters never looked like they were doing proper hiking!! We were determined ...

Man's adaption of nature

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor

60

... up the sides of buildings, full of colour before autumn. I checked out the giant
sculpture and then started the hike from Monterossa to Vernazza.

The hike was 3 km and the recommended time was about 2 hours, as I wanted to see as much as I could I really pushed myself and kept up quite a pace. At times it was quite tough. At one stage I think I climbed stairs consistently for about 30 minutes. You go up over the top of the mountain, ...

Cinque Terre - sooo hot...

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol

19

... Vernazza. The towns are all linked by trains, roads, ferry boats and walking trails. Parking is impossible and driving precarious hence the reason why we decided to drive and park at Levanto.

The majority of the walks between the towns are all closed due to landslips from recent earthquakes with only the walk between Vernazza and Corniglia open. We got off the train at Vernazza and wandered down through ...

Wk 5 Stop 14: Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by olnail

... our way through, doing our best to support the local economy! Almost 12 hours later, we sat on a small outcropping watching the sunset. As I watched the waves crash higher, I wonder if the sun would set before the tide rose to the sidewalk. Words cannot describe the absolute beauty and serenity these five villages hold. Next time I go back (and there undoubtedly will be one) I'm going to make sure the trail is open so I can really capture what Cinque Terre has to ...

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This hotel, located on Via Torino, 6, Forte Dei Marmi, is near Church of San Francesco and Tuscan Tennis.
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