Motorhome Travel Cinque Terre Italy

Motorhome Travel Cinque Terre

Getting to Cinque Terre

Motorhome travel Italy – How to get to Cinque Terre

Motorhome Travel Cinque Terre: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso
Cinque Terre, which means Five Lands, comprise the five small coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso located in the Italian region of Liguria. They are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Motorhome Travel Cinque Terre Italy

Travel Cinque Terre Italy

Cinque Terre offers motorhome tourists not only sea, beautiful footpaths with breathing taking views, old churches, sanctuaries, oratories and some castles, diving in Riomaggiore and has food and wines of first quality. The small villages are incredibly popular with travelers from all over the world. Find a good place to park your motorhome outside of the main areas and travel in by bus or train and explore it all by foot. For info. read this link Car Parking In Cinque Terre. Where To Park In Cinque Terre

Travel Cinque Terre. The towns of Cinque Terre, Moterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are minutes apart by trains departing hourly or by boat, depending upon the season. The train travels between towns in two directions – per Genova (northbound) or per La Spezia (southbound) they depart in hourly intervals.

There is a Cinque Terre Card with a train package that includes the local trains, elevators for the mobility impaired, and discounts on museums. A good buy if you are staying in the area a while.

Travel Cinque Terre: Camping Cinque Terre Italy
Cinque Terre Camping is a web site which gives all information about two of the most equipped campsites of the Ligurian East-Coast : Camping Valdeiva and Villaggio Smeraldo. Cinque Terre Camping provides information even about accommodation capacity and offers for your holidays in Liguria journeys, walkingpaths, lastminute offers and amusement.cinque-terre-italy motorhome travel italy

Getting to Cinque Terre. You can get to the Cinque Terre by flying into Pisa, Genova, and Firenze.

Getting to Cinque Terre From Pisa:
The Cinque Terre can be reached through the A12 motorway: tollhouse at Deiva Marina, Carrodano, Brugnato, La Spezia. From Pisa by motorhome, the approximate travel time is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. Keep in mind that after you pass La Spezia the roads are narrower and winding.
There is a shuttle train at the airport that takes you from Pisa Airport to Pisa Centrale.
From Pisa Centrale, there are trains that take you to the Cinque Terre, with a transfer at La Spezia Centrale. (Depending on when you arrive at Pisa Centrale, you may be able to purchase a direct ticket from Pisa Centrale to Monterosso in the Cinque Terre, where we’ll be staying.).
For train schedules, go to www.trenitalia.com. (Approx. Travel Time: 1 hour and 20 minutes.) Get the cheapest prices for motorhome rental in Pisa here

Getting to Cinque Terre From Genoa:
The Cinque Terre can be reached through the A12 motorway: tollhouse at Deiva Marina, Carrodano, Brugnato, La Spezia. From Genoa by motorhome, the approximate travel time is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. Keep in mind that after you pass La Spezia the roads are narrower and winding.
There is a shuttle bus at the airport that takes you from Genoa Airport to the Genoa train station. From the Genoa train station, you can take a direct train to the Cinque Terre villages.
It can take you approximately 45 minutes from La Spezia to Monterosso, the fifth of the five lands in the Cinque Terre. Get the cheapest prices for motorhome rental in Genoa here

Getting to Cinque Terre From Firenze:
The approximate travel time by motorhome, it is about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Keep in mind that after you pass La Spezia the roads are narrower and winding.
It can take you approximately 45 minutes from La Spezia to Monterosso, the fifth of the five lands in the Cinque Terre.
It’s a fantastic place to spend two extra days. Get the cheapest prices for motorhome rental in Firenze here
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