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Cinque Terre is a national park in Liguria, occupying northwestern Italy. More than 2 million tourists come here every year from all over the world. The main tourist attractions of this park are five villages of enchanting beauty and the multitude of pedestrian routes.


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The territory of the Cinque Terre National Park hosts 5 cities: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. In addition, Five Lands are known for their pedestrian routes - the paths lead from one town to another. Towns and pedestrian tourism are described in more detail on the following pages:

1.Vernazza

2.Manarola

3.Monterosso

4.Riomaggiore

5.Corniglia


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1.Vernazza

Vernazza is the second of the five cities of the Cinque Terre, it is convenient to come here by train, boat or walk. There must be no difficulties in reaching the destination.


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It is an extraordinarily beautiful town in the Gulf of Genoa, small but very picturesque. Here there are many olive trees and vineyards, thanks to an ideal climate: maximum sun and minimum wind. And no matter how tiny Vernazza may seem, here you will always have something to see - you will find tourist attractions, you will simply walk around the town or explore the footpaths!


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But what to do in Vernazza a tourist bored of visiting tourist attractions? For example, to admire the Ligurian Sea, to taste Italian delicacies in a small cafe on the seafront or to take a pizza with him, to stop on the rocks next to the quays and to fully feel the Italian atmosphere.


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Manarola

From Spezia, Manarola is the second small town in the Cinque Terre. It is easy to recognize, namely here due to the territorial situation the local tower houses were scattered very nicely on a rock that goes out to sea. For this reason, panoramic photos of Manarola are frequently used as a "cover" in Cinque Terre guides. Or, the town really has a unique look.


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The rocky manarola whose tourist attractions have been included even in the Book of Records, stands out among the other cities by its "age" - this is the oldest town in the Cinque Terre. We should also mention the "Dark Rock" - an extraordinary slope, located permanently, even at noon, in the shade of a mountain peak ...


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Unfortunately, the beach area is almost non-existent here. But does anyone seem to want to sit on the sand, if from Manarola starts the Love Path, famous throughout the Cinque Terre, and right next door is a winery with "vineyards"?


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Monterosso Al Mare

It is the largest town in the Cinque Terre. It is located between the heads of Mesco and Manara, from whose suspended rocks you can see the darkness of the sea. It is very easy to get around Monterosso Al Mare - the city itself is "flat", rises on a plain and has a "zonality" not specific to other cities: the rest area Fegina, a modern center with restaurants and confectioneries and the historic part with many buildings medieval.


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However, it is not the tourist attractions of Monterosso Al Mare, but the infrastructure of the town that attracts tourists. Because this is a paradise for those who dream of visiting the most hidden Italian lands, but also to live in elite hotels with all amenities and to spend their evenings in entertainment venues.


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Monterosso Al Mare will also be liked by beach lovers: these are many in number and the only sandy beaches in this area.


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Riomaggiore

Riomaggiore is the first town to welcome tourists from La Spezia. The locality can be conventionally divided into 3 sectors: the station from where the paths to Manarola start; the center of the village, where the paths to the church of Montenero and Portovenere begin; the fishing district. All parts are connected by underground tunnels (entrances are noted on the map) - because the relief here is hilly, so it is the easiest to reach.


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The beach in the town of Riomaggiore is set in a picturesque rocky bay. This town also attracts tourists through the famous Path of Love - a sector of the Blue Path, which leaves impressions and offers unforgettable landscapes.


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So, take a walk through Riomaggiore, here you will always have a lot to see!


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Corniglia

The smallest town in the Cinque Terre is Corniglia, which is why it is often overlooked during a day trip to the Cinque Terre. Corniglia is located between the rocks (100 meters above sea level), at the foot of which is the town station. And directly to Corniglia can be reached on foot by stairs (382 steps) or by bus that runs every 10 minutes after the arrival of the train with tourists. The ticket is included in the Cinque Terre Card. If you do not have it, buy a ticket from the driver (2.50 euros) or at the train station (1.50 euros). And from Corniglia to the train station it is better to get off on foot.


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If you have time, don't miss this step! After visiting the mountain town of Corniglia, you will discover a new Italy.

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A little to the south. In 1997, this picturesque coast was included in the list of monuments.

The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination. The pearl on the Amalfi Coast is rightly considered a fishing village, whose colorful houses descend from the slopes of the mountains directly to the sea on the terraces (some books were even written in honor of this village). On the streets of Positano, a series of scenes were filmed from the romantic comedy Under the Tuscan Sun (2003).


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Near Positano is located the highest place on the peninsula - the peak of Monte Faito (1131 m). In the comedy film "Knight and Day", Tom Cruise's hero admits his dream of living on the Amalfi Coast, with nothing but a backpack and a motorcycle.


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The best time to enjoy the local beauty is from April to June, when everything is in flowers, aromas of flowering oranges and jasmine, and the weather is already quite warm, and sometimes you can even swim. Choosing a late spring or early summer, you can avoid the crowds of tourists, which in July and August can be quite significant. In addition, in high season there is intense heat, so hiking in high areas can be a little heavy.


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In the winter season - on the contrary - many hotels and restaurants are closed and there are no ordinary trips to enjoy the coast from the water. In winter it is deserted, and the waves hit the rocks with such force that the spray reaches the balconies of the houses. The weather is quite humid and colder, with a temperature of about 10 degrees in the coldest months. The wettest month is November, a little less - October and December), and the least rain falls in July.


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Officially, the tourist season starts here at Easter and lasts until September. In May and June, prices are usually lower than in July and August. The best time to visit is May, with an ideal temperature, a riot of flowers and only a small number of tourists.


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Positano is the first stop, this village with less than 4000 inhabitants marking the beginning of the Amalfi Coast. If in the 1950s Positano was a poor village where most of the inhabitants lived from fishing, everything changed with its popularization by John Steinbeck.


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In 1953 he described Positano as "a dream place that doesn't really seem real when you're there, but that becomes real and tempting once you're gone." More and more tourists have started visiting this village since then, and today tourism is the main source of income.


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Despite the large number of tourists, Positano retains its vibrant personality, continuing to impress through the houses located on the steep coast, the narrow streets and the steep steps that connect them.


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If Positano seems too crowded and expensive, on the way to the Amalfi Coast you will discover Praiano, a fishing village full of history. A key attraction is the church of San Luca, dating from 1123, where you can see paintings from the 16th century.


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What can Positano delight you with, once you decide to visit it:


  • enjoy a day at the beach with lovely views. Walk to Marina Grande or Fornillo beach where the prices are a bit friendlier.


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  • explore the winding streets on foot. This is a place where fashion is at home.

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  • visit the church of Santa Maria Assunata which rises in the main square, Flavio Gioia. You will recognize it from a distance by the dome of colored tiles (majolica tiles).

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  • take a walk in the mountains. From the village of Nocelle begins the road Sentiero degli Dei. The Path of the Gods is a pleasant road to walk from where you will have the opportunity to see the panorama of the entire coastal area.

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