行者晓畅Portovenere, in Italian, Portovenere, is just like the Cinque Terre, a small town on the Ligurian Sea, but without the crowds of the Cinque Terre, it is more peaceful and leisurely. The journey time of the P line is 50 minutes. After sitting at the terminal, you can go to the cruise ticket office by the sea to buy the ticket to the Cinque Terre.
小思文It is a very old naval museum in Italy. The entire facility has been built for a long time. The museum here is good for gossiping. Some of the navy's military equipment is also quite interesting. It is also very unique to play here.
coldwarVery old towns are full of interesting buildings and churches. With many cobblestone streets, São Jorge’s Castle was built in the late fourteenth century and designed by the famous military architect Novaro at the time. The Ducal Palace was later added with a beautiful garden, which was very quiet behind the noisy square. There are many shops and restaurants nearby
La Spezia Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Exploring the incredible Gulf of Poets - Italy
With a Frecciabianca you get directly to La Spezia from Rome. From here the distances are short to reach all the most incredible places and the best solution is to rely on your hotel or a taxi to travel by car (about 15 min) to Portovenere (in our case).
Portovenere, our first stop, is not part of the 5 Terre but is its sentinel; perhaps this, has allowed her to maintain a very authentic and truly unique atmosphere.
A must is the walk to the Church of San Pietro and then down to touch the sea from Grotta Byron.
I discovered the 5 Terre, sailing from Portovenere, with a whole new perspective. Admiring them from a splendid sailing boat is truly a dream experience.
Lunch on board looking at the island of Palmaria and then heading to Lerici.
Our second and last night in Ligurian land is in this super authentic medieval village 10 minutes from Lerici and 5 from the sea.
Old gentlemen play chess in the square while all around the lights of the rooms where you can sip a glass of wine with friends; and the most incredible is just where our last dinner awaits us: Loggiato Gemmi.
Lose yourself in the wonderful and super colorful alleys to find yourself in front of the house where Napoleon lived for a period and immerse yourself in an atmosphere where time passes slowly and the scent of freshly baked croissants arrives.
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Diana De Lorenzi
La Spezia is a port city in the north-central part of Italy. It is actually worth more than a regular tourist city. The scenery is quite good.
When you go to the Red Five Fishing Village, you can live here. There are no problems in the five villages on the same day. The train is very close. If the Cinque Terre is not in the peak season, it is really not as good as imagined. It is amazing here. It is also very cheap to eat seafood. There is a self-service seafood restaurant opened by Chinese people. It is recommended for 20 euros. Locals like to go there to eat.
The port can see the Mediterranean Sea ~ Ligurian Sea, so stay at the beach, better on the hillside, sea view room, you can see the port sunrise in the morning without going out.
The rest can be found in Porto Venere, the castle, and the church.