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Last update: June, 2017.

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Conditions of trails and map

The walking routes that may be of interest to tourists are described in detail on the pageWalking trails in the Cinque Terre”. Detailed information can be found on that page.

Here you can also view the map with the routes that are closed marked in red and the ones which are open marked in green. Unfortunately, due to the mountainous terrain, it is practically impossible for all the trails to be open at the same time. But since each village is connected to its neighbor by a minimum of two trails, at least one of the two will very likely be open.

Routes temporarily closed and map

Interactive map. Information updated to June, 2017.

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All trails are open at the moment!

All paths are described in detail in the page “Walking trails in the Cinque Terre”.

More photos of the trails

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