La Spezia Centrale to Manarola by Train or Bus

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Departure

La Spezia Centrale

The station was built in 1887 and is an important hub for regional passenger transport. La Spezia has a large port, but the cargo is mainly transported through another train station in the city. La Spezia Centrale leads to Piazza Medaglie d'Oro, near the historic centre, not far from the Museo Nazionale Trasporti (National Transport Museum), a museum dedicated to railway travel.

There are four platforms at La Spezia Station. This is one of the destinations of the Parma-La Spezia line and a stop on the Genoa-Pisa line. The latter includes staying in five villages in the Cinque Terre. Some trains to La Spezia stop at each town in the Cinque Terre on the way to Genoa, while other trains stop at one or two, so be sure to check your ticket before boarding.

La Spezia Centrale offers luggage storage facilities, tourist information and some places to shop or dine. The passengers at the station are only one floor, so everything is easier to find.

Just outside the station, there are several bus stops that offer a variety of services in La Spezia and other towns in the area.

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Manarola

The station of Manarola, which inaugurated in 1874, is a railway stop located on the Genoa-Pisa railway line , serving the town of Manarola .

The station has two tracks, the first mainly used by trains to La Spezia, the second by those to Genoa . There is a walkway in the tunnel parallelling to the track, which allows you to reach the nearby Riomaggiore station .

A second pedestrian path created outdoors at the time of the construction of the line represents a suggestive destination known as "Via dell'Amore".

The station has the following services: Ticket counter operated by the Cinque Terre National Park, automatic ticket machine, and toilet.

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Destination

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La Spezia (UK: , US: or , Italian: [la ˈspɛttsja] ; A Spèza in the local Spezzino dialect) is the capital city of the province of La Spezia and is located at the head of the Gulf of La Spezia in the southern part of the Liguria region of Italy. La Spezia is the second largest city in the Liguria region, just after Genoa. Located roughly midway between Genoa and Pisa, on the Ligurian Sea, it is one of the main Italian military and commercial harbours and a major Italian Navy base. A significant railway junction, it is notable for its museums, for the Palio del Golfo rowing race, and for railway and boat links with the Cinque Terre.

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