Cinque Terre – Charming, Beautiful, Mesmerizing!
A visit to Italy is incomplete without exploring Cinque Terre that lies in the Liguria region of the country.
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Italy is not just about Rome and Venice. In fact, a visit to Italy is incomplete without exploring Cinque Terre that lies in the Liguria region of the country.
Cinque Terre, literally meaning “The Five Lands” comprises of five beautiful villages namely – Manarola, Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare and Corniglia. Each village is unique in its beauty.
Over the centuries, the locals have built colorful houses and terraces over steep cliffs that lend such a magical charm to the place. The charm and beauty of lies in its rugged terrain, colorful houses, mesmerizing landscape, delectable cuisine and the sheer simplicity.
Adding to the charm of Cinque Terre is the lack of corporate development. Cars are not allowed around the area and you can visit different villages through boats only.
Such is the immense beauty of Cinque Terre that all the five villages, coastline and the surrounding hillsides are the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Leave the well-trodden path for once and head to Cinque Terre.
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