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C I N Q U E   T E R R E
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The Cinque Terre are seaside
villages located to the west of La
Spezia in Italy. They are known for
their colourful buildings that
occupy the rugged landscape and
the beautiful hiking trails that
connect them. They are part of the
Cinque Terre National Park as well
as UNESCO’s World Heritage.
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This village is known for its large beaches with
colourful parasols.
Monterosso al Mare
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Vernazza is often considered the most
beautiful village of the Cinque Terre.
Vernazza
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The village of Corniglia is the only one
that does not have direct access to the
sea. It is located at the top of a
promontory. To access it, one has to
climb 377 steps from the train station
or arrive via the hiking trails.
Corniglia
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Manarola
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The port of Manarola is located
between two rocky points. On one
side, small houses are anchored in
the cliff and on the other a
pedestrian path leads up to the
best viewpoint. At sunset, the
village lights up and is simply
breathtaking.
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The village of Riomaggiore in mainly known
for its wine. It is located in a narrow valley
and therefore has a small access to the sea.
Riomaggiore
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