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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

National Park
“1,5 hours away. No words can fully describe the magical panoramas of the old colored houses nested on the beautiful cliffs of these little towns. Sea is nice with some sandy beaches and lovely little rocky bays. Touristy and yet a great Italian classic. ”
  • 36 locals recommend
  • 24 Experiences
Italian Restaurant
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“High quality seafood restaurant, really good but quite expensive. If you can afford it, go for it.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Beach
“One of the most captivating itinerary is by kayak. This excursion runs along the coast that separates Monterosso and Vernazza about 3km. The plunging cliffs of the coast are breathtaking. In various points there are caverns of different dimensions. At numerous points the sea has broken the walls of the rocky coastline cliffs causing large masses of rock to slide into the sea, creating smaller rock cliffs that emerge from the sea. To name a few of these famous chasms “Pertuso or Antro del Diavolo” which pass through 70m “La Punta Lina” in Vernazza. WHERE SHALL I GET THE KAYAK? just rent it to any private beach in Monterosso town. You can also find double kayaks by the beach underneath the train station TIME: 1 H (one way) ITINERARY: ALONG THE COAST DIFFICULTY: AVERAGE LENGHT: 3KM”
  • 73 locals recommend
  • 10 Experiences
Winery
“Enoteca Internazionale offers a vast assortment of local, Italian and international wines and liquors as well as a wide selection of extra virgin olive oils and other typical products of the Cinque Terre area. By reservation, Enoteca Internazionale offers wine tastings led by the Enoteca's professional sommeliers for individuals and groups. Enoteca Internazionale boasts both indoor and outdoor seating where, year round, guests may try delicious bruschette (including bruschette made with the salted anchovies of Monterosso), an excellent selection of cheeses served with chutneys, as well as cold cuts, salads and traditional desserts. As well as Cinque Terre wines crafted by little-known, artis”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fresh fish food, home made pasta, good quality and price and an honest open kitchen!”
  • 10 locals recommend
  • 1 Experience
Restaurant
“Buon ristorante in una location caratteristica ed esclusiva! A good restaurant in a exclusive location overlooking the sea!”
  • 6 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“It has one of the best if not the best view you could possibly have in town. You can go there for a dinner or just to enjoy a glass of wine watching the sunset.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Bar
“In Monterosso there's not many places that can offer a wide range of cocktails, this is one of them.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Church
“Chiesa del Patrono e luogo della festa di San Giovanni che si svolge la prima domenica di Settembre”
  • 5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Ristorante con ottimo rapporto qualità prezzo. Restaurant with excellent value for money”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“It is a very typical ligurian restaurant with seafood and exquisite first courses such as "Pesto Genovese". Additionally, it has a very good relationship between quality and price”
  • 5 locals recommend
Church
“Il Convento dei Cappuccini domina il panorama di Monterosso. Da questa posizione privilegiata si può godere di una vista mozzafiato su tutto il golfo delle Cinque Terre. All'interno della chiesa è possibile ammirare un dipinto di Van Dyck.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Establishment
“This is one of the must famous place in Italy. You will heare walk true 5 citys one more beatyful than the next. IT IS A MUST SEE if you have one hull day. Leave early so you can see as much as possible. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“Historical convent in the hills above Monterosso. The views are worth all of the steps!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Hotel
“La Villa appartenuta alla famiglia del poeta Eugenio Montale e tuttora villa privata è la famosa "Pagoda giallognola" o "Villa delle due palme" in cui il poeta, premio nobel per la letteratura nel 1975, trascorreva le sue "estati lontane". Si trova all'inizio di Via Montale, che interseca via IV Novembre a pochi passi dal lungomare. Non si può visitare ma ammirare dall'esterno, proseguendo poi il proprio percorso verso Punta Mesco, che chiude il litorale delle Cinque Terre. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
“Consorzio marittimo che offre la possibilità di effettuare escursioni giornaliere via mare per le Cinque Terre, Levanto, Portovenere, Lerici e Golfo della Spezia”
  • 3 locals recommend