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Travel warning: le Cinque Terre hit by floods, cutting off towns

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Several towns in le Cinque Terre suffered severe flooding today, closing train stations and sections of the autostrade. In addition, train service along the Ligurian coast between Genova and La Spezia was disrupted, with many trains cancelled, and the disruptions affected travel as far away as Milan and Florence.

If you have plans to visit the le Cinque Terre area in the coming days and weeks, you should double check before heading to the area that services have been restored and how much of the area is accessible. Monterosso al Mare and Vernazza were especially hard hit.

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