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Not to Miss - the Gorgeous Rocky Coast of Italy's Cinque Terre

By Decorology @decorology_blog
The second country we visited on my 9 week trip through Europe was Italy. Our first destination in Italy was Cinque Terre, a section of the coast composed of 5 towns. One can either do a day hike along the stunning blue ocean and stop in each village along the way, or there is a train that stops in each town. We stayed in the town Riomaggiore. "The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site." - wikipedia
Here are my pictures from our two day stay and hike in gorgeous Cinque Terre. Let me know what you think or if you've been!
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreA view of the town where we stayed, Riomaggiore
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreAnother view
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreRiomaggiore
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreNot to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreManarola is the second town you'll hit if coming from Riomaggiore.
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreThe two above pictures are of Vernazza, which is built out on a jutting rock and has a lookout tower. Before Vernazza (if coming from Riomaggiore) is Corniglia, the only town of the 5 that is not built right on the coast but up a very long flight of stairs at the top of the hill.
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque TerreYou pass through many vineyards on the hike
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre...and lots of beautiful coastline
Not to miss - the gorgeous rocky coast of Italy's Cinque Terre
Monterosso al Mare, the most resort like town along the trail. Monterosso is at one end, and Riomaggiore, where we stayed, is at the other, so we started at Riomaggiore and finished at Monterosso.

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