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Love all 5 of these lovely Italian cities on the Ligurian coast. They are all easily accessible by train. A great way to see the area; have lunch in a seaside cafe and walk the old streets. Plenty of cute shops and fresh gelato!
When you go to Italy, don't miss out on a day trip to the Cinque Terre, which the National Park is listed under World UNESCO Heritage Sites.
Cinque means Five and Terre means Land in Italian. There are five fishing villages, namely, Riomaggiore, Manarola,Vernazza, Corniglia...More
I love riomaggiore! If you can stay in vernazza though during the summer as the beach is nicer :)
I don't usually complain- but I really wouldn't stay here if you can avoid it. I will only list facts here and remove my opinion from...More
We three friends drove down from Milan to this beautiful cenique place , we had hired place on d cliff view was breathtaking and in the night sky was filled with stars, this place was inspired TripAdviser natural pool suggestion, it's really amazing pool to...More
I couldn't wait to get out of there. Fortunately it was only for one night but still.
1)There were about 100 stairs to go to the hostel, and when we finally found it, it wasn't even clean from the previous guests and it was 18.00...More
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