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Cinque Terre questions

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I am going to Santa Margheria on the Italian Riviera next week to visit friends. While there, my husband and I want to hike in the Cinque Terre but, not wanting to leave our hosts for a long period, would like to know if we can do all 5 towns in one day - or at least one full day and part of another. I'm having some trouble figuring out which trails are open to walk as shown on the national park website since most of the coast line trails appear closed. It seems that if it's broken up into two days, the Monterossa-Vernazza trail is the one recommended to do alone since it is the most challenging. Any advice on how to do this, i.e., train from Sta. Margherita to Riomaggiore or Monterossa, walk all connecting trails or part (specifically which?), take train or bus between some to save time to do it in one day, etc. If it makes more sense for us to stay over one night, which town, that would be en route, makes the most sense? If a town is specified, any recommended accommodations that I should try for? Many thanks for all comments.

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