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Guide book for Cinque Terre and Liguria coast trails

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Can anyone recommend a guide book specific to the Cinque Terre & Liguria coast for hiking trails? I know there is info in the Rick Steves Italy book but I'm looking for something with more detail about the trails. I know there is a lot of info on line but I'd prefer to have something in a book form.

We will have 4 full days in Rapallo in September, and weather permitting want to walk/hike both in Cinque Terre and around Santa Margherita.

I know the most popular CT trails will most likely still be closed but there seem to be lots of other trails. We are fairly good hikers and can deal with a more vigorous trail.

I considered waiting until we get there to buy a guide, but I'm concerned if we couldn't find anything and/or it wasn't in English.

Thanks for your help.

Cindy

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