Travel Italy CINQUE TERRE After we visited Rome and Venice we were looking forward to Cinque Terre as it seemed to be a more laid back place and not another big city. We had warm weather and only a little bit of rain. We stayed in Vernazza which was such a lovely

CINQUE TERRE Travel Italy

Cinque Terre Travel Italy by Rachel Follett on Steller With Jess Walter in Beautiful Ruins. Walter's Porto Vergagna is fictitious, however, this picture very nicely captures his description of the village.

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Monterosso al Mare, on the Riviera di Levante Italy. Only accessable by sea. Awesome little village on the Cinque Terre - June 2005

Cinque Terre, Italy

Cinque Terre, Italy -- mmmmm yes I'm going back next semester. Northern Italy is so beautiful along the coast.

The Via dell’Amore hiking trail in Cinque Terre, Italy runs between Riomaggiore and Manarola.  It is known as the Lover's Lane walk in Italy. There is a lookout where couples come to place a lock with their names on the railing and throw the key into the sea.  Symbolizing their love will last forever. http://www.discoverwalking.com/blog/via-dell-amore-cinque-terre.php

Via dell' Amore hiking trail in Cinque Terre, Italy that runs between Riomaggiore and Manarola is known as the Pathway to Love.

St. George Church, Bonassola, Cinque Terre, Italy Photo Sasha Benedetti

St. George Church, Bonassola, Cinque Terre, Italy Photo Sasha Benedetti

Why visit Cinque Terre? It is beautiful for one and it has great restaurants for another.  Here are more reasons to visit this must see area: http://www.amoretravelguides.com/blog/the-cinque-terre-italy.php

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