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My husband and I stayed at this B&B for three nights. We loved Manarola -- it was the least crowded and most charming of the 5 towns in our opinion. Our room at Baranin was across the alley and up the stairs. It was clean,...More
We stayed in Manarola for 3 nights and loved the whole Cinque Terre experience. In fact we much preferred Cinque Terre to the overly touristy Amalfi Coast/Positano. We found Cinque Terre to be much more down to earth. We were slightly concerned with Da Baranin...More
We were 2 couples touring Italy. We each picked a must see destination and Cinque Terre was my wife's and mine.It did not disappoint us,the area is amazing and the people are fantastic.our time table only allowed us 24 hours but we managed to see...More
We stayed in the B&B portion of Da Baranin, and we would definitely do it again--especially now that we figured out the best way to get there!
First, let's talk about the trek. In reading reviews, we knew it would be a tough climb, but...More
... to take a hike if you're arriving here by train. The station is at the bottom and this property is at the top of the town. But... it's worth the climb... even with rolling suitcases. If you're arriving by car, this property is just...More