Liguria, Cinque Terre and the Italian Riviera:

Things to do for Budget Travelers in Liguria, Cinque Terre and the Italian Riviera 

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    Fabbrica D'Arte Monterosso Snc Di Celsi Milla & C

    Via Vittorio Emanuele, 19016 Monterosso Al Mare, La Spezia, Italy
    1 review

    Fabbrica D'arte is a very nice shop that sells local or at least well curated art for a visitor that has a low tolerance for schlock and a high desire for something unique. Gayle and I shopped at the Via Roma store, although there's another one street over closer to the Oratory. I ended up with a really neat ceramic ...

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    Sali e Tabacchi

    1 review

    This "Tabacchi" is located on Via Capellini and right at the City Wall entrance. I'm sure that this place has a more formal name, but sometimes reviewing receipts and pictures after a trip doesn't tell the whole story. What struck Gayle and I about this particular establishment was the love of cats by the owner. One particular cancer-ridden feline that ...

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    Porto Antico Libri Snc

    Via al Porto Antico, 1, 16126 Genoa, Italy
    1 review

    This is a very nice and well appointed bookstore in the Old Port area of Genoa. I could have lingered here a little longer, but our time in Genoa was limited and there were better uses of our time than browsing through these ample stacks. I ended up with a cool 2014 Diary (in Italian), a panoramic postcard, and lots ...

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    Enoteca Migone

    Piazza San Matteo, 4, Genoa, Italy
    1 review

    During our various travels, Gayle and I usually try to have a bottle of wine (or 2) at the Hotel Room. We like coming back to our room, kicking back and enjoying a glass together. During our recent short stay in Genoa, we found Enoteca G. Migone nearby. It's apparently the oldest wine shop in Genoa (1925) and has a ...

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    Palazzo Ducale

    Piazza Matteotti 9, Genoa 16123 Italy
    2 reviews

    This is not Venice, as this Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) is a little more pedestrian in terms of its rich Genova empire history and wider public use. The only tickets required are for the museum contained within and for the wide variety of cultural events that are held here. And all Gayle and I had to do was walk in ...

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    Byron's Cove

    1 review

    Near the Church of San Pietro (St. Peter) is Byron's Cove, a rocky area where the poet Byron used to swim. I was here, but unfortunately without my swimming suit. Others at the time were more fortunate within the warm waters of this pretty cove.

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    Stazione Corniglia

    1 review

    On our first full day in Cinque Terre, we headed out to hike from village to village. It took us about 3.5 hours (with breaks and a climb up the signature tower) to go from Monterosso al Mare to Vernazza, and finally to Corniglia. The main trail to Manarola and then to Riomaggiore were closed (due to previous mud slides), ...

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    Via del Amore

    Vernazza, Italy
    12 reviews

    This hiking trail with stunning views of the Med and the coastal towns of Cinque Terre can be the backbone that holds together your entire visit to the region. It connects Manarola all the way to Riomaggiore. When I walked it we did sections and use the coastal train to get us back to Vernazza. Do check the train schedules ...

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    Acquario di Genova

    Ponte degli Spinola, Genoa 16126 Italy
    9 reviews

    It's the most beautiful aquarium we have in Italy. I loved in particular the seals...

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    Porto Antico

    Calata Cattaneo, 15, 16128, Genova, Italy
    8 reviews

    The port of Genoa probably had activity back to as early as the 5th century B.C. The history of Porto Antico (or Mandraccio), is intertwined with the history of Genoa's former Mediterranean glory. Christopher Columbus hailed from here, before agreeing to navigate the ocean blue for the glory of Spain. Over time, this area fell into disrepair, and it wasn't ...

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  • 11

    Portovenere, Cinque Terre and the Islands

    6 reviews

    Nice place i hope visit it soon

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  • 12

    Galeone Neptune

    Genoa, Italy
    4 reviews

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    Area del Porto Antico

    Porto Antico, Gen
    4 reviews
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    Cimitero Monumentale di Staglieno

    Piazzale Reasco, Genoa 16137 Italy
    2 reviews

    Not that I have been all around the world but, where I have stepped foot, I have never seen a cemetery like Staglieno. Never. It is truly a city and is about the size of one too.... Oscar Wilde's wife is buried in the Protestant part, a nut seller saved her pennies for a tomb with a lovely statue of ...

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    Palazzo Bianco

    Via Garibaldi, 11, Genoa, Italy
    2 reviews

    One of many museums of Genoa along the historic via Garibaldi. The Genoese bought & sold anything but, artwork was a passion from mostly northern banking centers, such as Antwerp. The palazzo houses one of the largest collection of Flemish paintings in all of Europe.

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    Abbazia di San Fruttuoso di Capodimonte

    San Fruttuoso
    1 review

    This Romanesque church is tucked into the bay of Tigulio on the Italian Riviera. It's a lovely place renovated in the 1920's. It's the focal point of the bay, with turquoise waters, and a small fishing village contrasting the geometric arches of the church. A statue of Christ of the Abyss was submerged in 1954. For me the main attraction ...

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    Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre

    Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre, Via Discovolo, 19017 Stazione Manarola Riomaggiore La Spezia, Italy
    2 reviews

    The world-famous Cinque-Terre with its five, cliff-edge towns connected by hiking trails and a small railroad

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    Corso Italia

    Corso Italia, Genoa 16145 Italy
    2 reviews
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    Via XX Settembre

    Corso Andrea Podestà, Genoa 16121 Italy
    2 reviews
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