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Is it still worth a day trip to ct with all these trails closed?!

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Update as of May 10, 2013:

According to the latest information available from the Cinque Terre National Park, the coastal Trail #2 status as follows:

Riomaggiore – Manarola “via dell’amore”: Closed. Trail will reopen in 2014.
Manarola – Corniglia : Closed. Trail set to reopen June 15, 2013.
Corniglia -Vernazza: Closed. trail set to reopen June 15, 2013.
Vernazza – Monterosso: OPEN.

So, if these are all closed what's the point of going? Would it still be worth it to take train to monterroso (from florence) then hike to vernazza have lunch there then hike to corniglia? Advice?

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