Vernazza: Cinque Terre’s Most Beautiful Village

  It’s easy to see why the Cinque Terre is one of the ultimate destinations for visitors travelling to Italy. The charming fishing villages that huddle on the country’s beautiful coastline are some of the most picturesque in the country, if not the world. Plus, they offer incredible scenery, great hiking routes and a long and fascinating history. There really is something for everyone! While each one has its own charm, it’s the Cinque Terre village, Vernazza, that arguably captures the most hearts. With its unique characteristics, such as its very own natural harbour, it would be hard to find somewhere more picturesque and ambient. So remember to keep your camera at the ready, because you won’t want to miss this! A Bit of History The town of Vernazza in the Cinque Terre dates back to around 1000 AD when it was used as an important base for an influential family. You should be able to spot the crumbling remnants of the old fortifications as you wander around the village. One that you mu

Corniglia: Cinque Terre’s Most Peaceful Village

  When it comes to the UNESCO World Heritage destination of the Cinque Terre, it’s very hard to choose a favourite from the five villages. Each has its own charm, and no matter what you’re looking to include on your visit you’ll find it somewhere. If a little bit and peace of quiet is on your agenda, however, there’s no doubt that Corniglia in the Cinque Terre is as close as you’re going to get. Regarded as the quietest of all the villages in the Cinque Terre, Corniglia is perched 100m above the coastline surrounded by green vineyards and punctuated by colourful pastel houses. It has no direct access to the sea, which is why it receives the least footfall, but that definitely doesn’t mean you should skip it! On the contrary; having fewer tourists means the village has kept a lot of its authentic local way of life and it seems almost suspended in time, in another part of history. A Little Bit of History Speaking of history, evidence of a settlement existing back in Roman times has been

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