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Ciinque Terre trails, and Miky restaurant in Monterosso

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Hi everyone! Our trip to northern Italy is coming up in a few months (mid-May), and we’ll be taking the train from Santa Margherita Ligure to the Cinque Terre for a day. I’ve tried to discover if the trail from Riomaggiore to Manarola, the via dell’Amore, is open. Does anyone know? That one seems like the least stressful (and looks like the best one for someone who is not so great with heights). (me).

I’m thinking that if we take a morning train to the furthest town, walk a bit to the next one, then train to Monterosso, we can make a reservation for lunch at Miky’s. Can you tell me if we need to be well-dressed for lunch there? Obviously we’re coming after a hike, so that’s not gonna happen...

Thanks in advance for your help!

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