Cinque Terre Villages Travel Guide

Italy is one of the leading countries with exceptional cultures, traditional delicacies, and picturesque sceneries.
In the Northern Italian Coast, the five towns of Cinque Terre have acquired the deserved attention of people, who appreciate an adventure, amid the charming natural beauty. The towns are dug in between the Apennine Mountains and being remotely located – provide an exceptional and breathtaking experience for travel fanatics. Here is a brief travel guide, which will let you know why you should visit Cinque Terre!

An Overview of the Five Towns

    • Monterosso

      Monterosso Cinque Terre Italy

      Photo by Hope & Wander

      In the region, the one town which has the most extraordinary beaches, exquisite nightlight and a natural passion for sea is Monterosso. The town has a charming old town and a modern town, providing the combination of culture and urbanization.

    • Vernazza

      Vernazza is claimed to be the crown jewel out of all the five towns, as it has been blessed with an artistic and historical castle above. In the front of this town, a lively waterfront has been cradling a natural harbor, which lies below the town. Vernazza is one of the most remotely beautiful towns you’ll see in Italy.

  • Corniglia

    Corniglia Cinque Terre Italy

    Photo by Casa Fabrizia

    Last but not the least, Corniglia is situated high above the coast, and is one of the most delightful towns you could visit in Italy. It has extremely well-maintained streets and it has marked an agricultural vocation, amidst all the five towns of Cinque Terre.

  • Manarola

    Manarola ages back from the beginning of the 13th Century, and is surrounded by numerous vines in the famous terraced fields. Apart from the highly picturesque streets and architecture of this town, the Church of San Lorenzo is the benchmark that you must definitely to visit.

  • Riomaggiore

    The village is located at the bottom of the narrow valley, and is considered to be the first of the five towns, coming from La Spezia. The town has extremely beautiful sunset areas, artistic churches which are certainly worth a look.

Things to Do

  • Cinque Terre Cuisine

    Restaurants such as Belforte or La Lanterna are few of the best cuisine options you would find in Cinque Terre, which not only provides you with food that will satisfy your taste-buds, indeed the Ligurian Cuisine also provide one of the best culinary experience that you can taste in the whole Italy.

Are you curious? Do you want to learn more? SEE ALSO: The Best 10 Things to do in Cinque Terre

In summary, Cinque Terre is one of the those sights of Italy, which is not only a benchmark for culture and art but also an area of exceptional cuisines and breathtaking views. Hence, if you are planning a trip to Italy, make sure you spend time in these five towns.

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