Jul 06, 2014 · Which Italian Riviera town is best base to travel region? Jul 6, 2014, 9:13 PM I’ll be travelling from Nice to the Italian Riviera, will be spending a week touring the region.
Re: Which Italian Riviera town is best base to travel region? 7 Jul 2014, 7:41 PM Transportation in Liguria takes a lot of time because regional trains stop un almost every town and even intercity trains make quite a good number of stops.
Re: Which Italian Riviera town is best base to travel region? 7 Jul. 2014, 5:41 pm Transportation in Liguria takes a lot of time because regional trains stop un almost every town and even intercity trains make quite a good number of stops.
Where is the Italian Riviera? Strictly speaking the Italian Riviera runs from France’s Côte d’Azur to Tuscany. The city of Genoa, the capital of Italy’s Liguria region, is roughly in the middle. Liguria’s beautiful rugged coastline and azure blue seas inspired literary greats Byron, Shelley and Hemingway.
Italian Riviera Towns are among the best places to visit in Italy. Here’s our list of some of the best towns to visit in the Italian Riviera.
8 Italian Riviera cities and towns you have to visit Portovenere. Portovenere a seaside village located on the Ligurian coast was designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Many visitors tend to visit the neighbourhood Cinque Terre villages and leave Portovenere out. For me, Portovenere is a hidden gem that definitely deserves a visit.
Genoa, Italy’s principal seaport, is easy to reach by public transportation. There’s a small airport, ferries come into and out of its harbor, and its main rail hub easily reached from France, Milan, Turin, Pisa, and Rome. The city makes a good base or starting point for exploring the …
Liguria is one of the smallest regions in Italy. This long, thin region borders the northwest coast, known as the Italian Riviera. Inland the region is mountainous and dotted with small villages. Genoa, near the center of Liguria, is the region’s biggest city and Italy’s main seaport.
Although the entire stretch of the Ligurian coastline known as the Italian Riviera is beautiful, there are some towns and locations within the region that merit special attention. San Remo. The town closest to the French border at the western side of the Riviera is San Remo.
Rapallo is located in the region of Liguria on the Italian Riviera between Genova and the Cinque Terre. It’s about an hour from Genova on the train. You can find times on trenitalia.com —regional trains are cheapest and don’t need to be booked in advance.