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Finalborgo is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy and is well worth a visit if you are in the area.
It was an easy 20 minute walk from Finale Ligure.
Wander the medieval alley ways to discover this stunning town, but remember that...More
totally excited to be finally be able to see Finalborgo, (after all the reviews) we started the long walk up from the sea front area, the walk was a good 20 plus minutes...but through semi-dirty busy city! nasty, some litter, weeds, construction, broken sidewalks, buses,...More
3 times visited. Best time is summer. Jun-August. If you can stay for full months. Lots events.Don't miss the last august 4 nights event. From 400 characters from local residents , wonderful friendly people here. Just love it. If you want to stay out of...More
the Borgo di Finale, electro among the most beautiful villages in Italy, really deserves a visit. Especially in the evening, when it seems to take a step in the Middle Ages, but trea restaurants and bars always ready to serve the customer
We did an excursion to this fantastic small medieval town. Tremendous personality, charm and history within its small walled perimeter. Great fresh focaccia bakery as you enter from the main entrance. The church and walk up toward the ruins of the castle are great as...More
This is definitely worth a visit if you are staying in the area. It is lively in the evenings with lots of restaurants and bars. It is possible to walk from Finale Ligure but there is also a bus service.
A short walk (1 km) or bus ride from Finale Marina, Finalborgo in July was quiet and beautiful. Small piazzas, artisan shops and just a beautiful vibe for wandering. Lunch at I Torchietti was so good, we went back a second time!
Its an old town located quite far. We were taken by a bus by our costa tour traveller. Nice place to visit and some good shopping. Public toilets and all are not been seen anywhere. Eventually we went to a coffee shop to use the...More
During summer is hard to find a spot. You can only park around the medieval borgo, within the blue (paid) spots or the white spots (free zone) a bit farther from the medieval town entrances. Throughout the year, during... More
During summer is hard to find a spot. You can only park around the medieval borgo, within the blue (paid) spots or the white spots (free zone) a bit farther from the medieval town entrances. Throughout the year, during spring-autumn-winter, it is bearable. Note that the paid parking zones are free after 20:00. During special or festive days you may park along the road, local police will guide. Be patient and visit, it is worth.