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This small town in La Spezia in the Liguria region is a slice of authentic Italy in a town that sometimes seems lost in time. Set against a cliff overlooking the water. From sites like Torre Guardiola with its awesome natural wildlife and the pebble beach at Fossola there are several activities and views to enjoy in this quaint town. Romantic and cosy Riomaggiore hotels are the ideal getaway for a family or couple who really want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Each hotel room is beautifully furnished, equipped with modern conveniences and located close to the attractions, eateries and facilities in the town. Rooms are viewable with sample photographs on the Hotels.com website and each room is guest reviewed to help you make your choice.
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Its position against a cliff gives the town an old fashioned, romantic village feeling and culture to match. This is a great place to unwind and allow its sense of romance and history to captivate your imagination. Riomaggiore hotels offer great access to the other towns in the Cinque Terre region by means of boat trips. At Torre Guardiola there is a nature view site and bird viewing platform where the indigenous flora and fauna may be enjoyed. At secluded Fossola Beach you can find a spot in the sun and simply relax. After dark, venture out to one of the authentic bars and restaurants serving local delicacies and wines and get to know the local people. A number or organized tours are offered in the area, giving you the opportunity to see towns in the Cinque Terre by means of a coastal walk or boat tour.
Tips for Getting to Know Locals in Riomaggiore
As one of five fishing villages which make up the Cinque Torre National Park, Riomaggiore maintains its ancient natural beauty as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While seemingly lost in time, Riomaggiore hotels do have an atmosphere of modernity as a popular tourist destination. The area's sense of romance and mystery continues with local legends and the padlocks which lovers once placed along the coast to declare their undying devotion for each other. Locals in Italy do value their culture, religion, family bonds and in villages like these one may find that the old ways have survived more so than in other regions of Italy. Here you will still find subsistence fisherman who take to the water to bring fish home to their families. Learning some basic phrases for hello and goodbye are a great way to endear yourselves to the locals.