from the Riomaggiore railway station using the two public lifts.
Purple Route: from the railway station passing through the tunnel, village, taking the second public lift. (watch the video)
Green path: from the train station passing through the tunnel and the village. (watch the video)
Brown Route: for those arriving by car (watch the video)
Riomaggiore railway station
Reachable from La Spezia Centrale station in 9 minutes with a regional.
Reachable from Genova Brignole or Genova Piazza Principe station in 90 minutes with a fast regional. Train also useful to move from one village of the Cinque Terre to another.
The first near the station that allows you to arrive in Via T. Signorini.
The second near the square of the Church of San Giovanni Battista (Via Pecunia) which allows you to arrive in Via A. De Gasperi
ATC Exercise offers visitors and residents of the Cinque Terre an efficient mobility service, respecting the environment and the livability of urban spaces. Here are the timetables.
The boats connect four of the five villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Tickets must be purchased on the same day at the ticket office near the boarding points. With the day ticket you can visit any country. Here are the timetables.
The splendid sea and the panorama on the cliff make Fossola beach one of the most beautiful in the Cinque Terre. It is wild and protected from the winds. It is located near the boat dock and the Marina di Riomaggiore.
Picturesque marina of Riomaggiore, with boats and houses characteristic of the Cinque Terre.
Located in the upper and panoramic part of the historic center of Riomaggiore. Maggiori info
A playground for the little ones and an incredible view over the whole of Riomaggiore for the older ones.
Parish church of S. Giovanni Battista
Located in the upper part of Riomaggiore, on the “church square”, near the second public lift that leads to via De Gasperi. A panoramic area where you can see all of Riomaggiore in its splendor.
Church of the Company
Oratory of the Assumption in the historic center of Riomaggiore (near the bus stop). Dating from the 16th century.
Oratory of San Rocco
next to the castle of Riomaggiore. Built in 1480