The picturesque villages of Cinque Terre are one of the Italian Riviera's top attractions, drawing in crowds of tourists every year. But if your own journey to Italy is a long way off, why not enjoy these gorgeous photos.
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This village boasts the colorful buildings and crystal waters that make Cinque Terre famous, but grapevine-covered Manarola is famous for its sweet Sciacchetrà wine.
Famous for its beautiful harbour and caruggi (narrow streets), Vernazza also boasts cafes and epic sea views.
Oenophiles and casual sippers will flock to Cinque Terre's many vineyards, where you can sample the region's famed wines.
The five fishing villages of Cinque Terre climb up onto the hillsides, meaning epic seaviews are around every corner.
While you're sure to be charmed by the villages, the hikes between them will give you ample chance to admire the incredible scenery.
Lemons and Limoncino
The region, and particularly the village of Monterosso, is known for its lemon groves - and the limoncino liquer that is produced.
If anything can take your gaze away from the gorgeous villages of Cinque Terre, it's the epic rocky coastline that drops off into crystal waters.
What better place to sample fresh seafood than some of the world's most beautiful historic fishing villages?
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