Oo西野司oOThe Cinque Terre is located on the Riviera coast and is the smallest national park in Italy. From north to south, the five villages are Monterosso, Vernazza, Cornilla, Manarola and Riomaggiore. From Riomaggiore, continue south and take a 6-minute train ride to the big city La Spezia.
Today's Cinque Terre is a typical representative of the spring flowers facing the sea. The colorful houses extend to the port along with the mountains. Together with the rocks, woods and terraces, they become the iconic scenery of the Cinque Terre.
The five neighboring villages are connected by plank roads and railways. It takes only one station to reach the neighboring village by train, which takes five or six minutes. You can buy a special card for Cinque Terre at the train station of any local village. It costs 16 Euros a day, and there is no charge for N trips between five villages. But no one checked the tickets in the test, so everyone has a different opinion on buying train tickets.
Because I only set aside one morning and noon to play in the Cinque Terre, the whole trip time is relatively tight. Therefore, all things considered, Cornilla is a village that needs to be climbed to the top of the mountain to see. It was too time-consuming, so I decided not to go. Monterosso is the only place in the five villages with a beach, so it is the most popular village among the five villages in Europe. However, after I have been to Nice, the beach and coastline are not very attractive to me. So decided to only look at the essence of the Cinque Terre, from Riomaggiore-Manarola-Vernazza, and finally back to La Spezia.
Generally speaking, if you are just looking at the flowers and taking photos and punching in, it will take about one hour for each village. The business card of the Cinque Terre is in Manarola, it is recommended to stay here for a while. In this village, there is a colorful house clinging to the edge of a steep cliff, like colorful gems dotted between the green hills and the sea. It is a pity that the weather on the day we went was not so good. I think if it was a sunny day, Manarola under the blue sky and white clouds would definitely look vivid and enthusiastic with every color.
sculptorVernazza is one of the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre region. Vernazza is car-free and remains one of the most authentic "fishing villages" on the Italian Riviera. It is the only natural port in the Cinque Terre and is famous for its elegant houses. The name Vernazza is derived from the Latin adjective verna, which means "local". The aptly named vernaccia ("local" or "our") of the native wine helped give birth to the village's nickname.
翱翔的大鲨鱼A very Mediterranean place. The house is built on the hills and the village is full of flowers and plants. There are many chic little restaurants in the village, you can try. The pizza is very delicious, using local sauce.
suifeng2019The Road of Love is the shortest and easiest section of the trail connecting the Cinque Terre, about one kilometer long. The pavement is cut out on a cliff that is not too high from the ground, with a cliff on one side and waves on the other side. The surrounding guardrails are covered with concentric locks.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Here, there is no noise of the city, no cars, and the plain fish villages are surrounded by mountains and rivers. The exterior walls of simple houses are painted in bright colors like paintings, and the humble village is dressed like a dress. It's the same as girls in colorful costumes.
Located on the Italian Riviera, Riomaggiore, Italy is a charming village perched on a terraced hillside high above the Ligurian coast. Known for its colorful stone houses that seem stacked on top of one another, and its harbor filled with traditional fishing boats, Riomaggiore is part of the string of five villages that make up the Cinque Terre, a UNESCO Heritage Site. It's also one of the most sought-after travel destinations in all of Italy. The village was originally founded in the 8th century by Greek refugees anxious to take advantage of the naturally rich soil and plentiful sea life surrounding it. The Riomaggiore that we see today, however, actually dates back to the 13th century. It sits in a valley between two steep hills and was named for the stream, Rivus Major, that flows beneath it.
Once under the rule of the Republic of Genoa, Riomaggiore relied heavily on producing wine and olive oil from the surrounding vineyards and orchards. Today its main industry is tourism, with more than two million visitors coming to the town each year.
Riomaggiore is a wonderful place to enjoy fabulous vistas and slowing down to the pace of Italian village life. Stroll along the main street of the village that leads down to the sea, where a small marina framed by lovely pastel houses is filled with brightly hued fishing boats. It's the perfect spot to sit and breathe in the fresh sea air.