Visiting the Cinque Terre in the winter

Cinque Terre


  1. Valdas

    A good article with a really beautiful view from the small Italian towns. Italy is a great country to travel, there are so many small towns there.

  2. travelch3f

    I’ve been here once, and I really enjoyed the place. I’m so much in love with those beautiful colorful houses. I’ve noticed that most places in Europe have this colorful houses concept.

  3. Andor Bundi

    Hi! 🙂 I’ve been there in summer and it was really overcrowded. Although it was the perfect place to ride the bike. Never would have come to this idea of going there in winter from myself but I love it, I’ll keep in mind to give it a shot in winter! Must be perfectly photographable without the crowds everywhere 🙂 just started my travel blog, it seems like a nice travel plan for winter 🙂

  4. fandyalina05

    Wow, what a great article! Thank you for reminding us of the excitement of getting out of our comfort zones and showing us such a different place. I’ve really enjoyed reading it throughout. Thanks

  5. jim corbett

    This is great article, and the way you mentioned all the places with beautiful pictures make it more beautiful. I have been some places once and i have amazing experience over there. And now you give me some other places to explore, really excited to check them out. Thanks mate for your kind info.

  6. Afra G

    Hello, we are planning to go to Cinque Terra in December but unable to get trains from Genova. Any idea how to get trains to Riomaggiore from Genova? Thanks

  7. Kaylini Naidoo

    This is an absolutely stunning destination. I would totally visit in winter to avoid the crowds and get better rates as well as better pictures. Your pictures are absolutely stunning. This has been on my bucket list for some time. I cant wait to visit one day, thanks so much for sharing !

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