NAME Cinque Terre
CITY Manarola
CATEGORY famous places


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Manarola is certainly the most beautiful city of Cinque Terre.
First of all when we get to Manarola by train, we have to cross a corridor of about one hundred meters long that is reminiscent of the corridors of Paris subway. This corridor leads to a beautiful place that looks like kind of platform where we can see how the city panorama and the main street leading down to the village.
At once both surprising and delightful, this street there are boats and boats parked like cars along the restaurants and shops.
Once arrived at the seaside, you will marvel at the beauty of the place. You have a view from above the harbor and rocks where tourists into the water to cool off. A small path overhanging the cliff you can walk along the sea and also to step back to see the city with its colors and its port fronts in its entirety.
Manarola is the village to see in priority in the Cinque Terre Park.

The Cinque Terre National Park is by the sea on the eastern Ligurian coast. The park includes five villages, Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. The main feature of this landscape is that the man was terraced for its agricultural activities.
Since 1997, the Cinque Terre National Park is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
To visit the Cinque Terre, we recommend if you stay several days in the area not to stay in the villages but in the back country or otherwise in Levanto or in the Gulf of Poets.
Indeed the Cinque Terre is a place much visited a tourist impressive mass. In addition to travel and navigate the 5 villages, there is a train system from Levanto Spezia or simple to use.
For your convenience, we also advise you to buy a train ticket that day in addition to the train, you give access to wifi points in stations, reduced rates in museums of the park, and other services.

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Other cities of Liguria - Riviera Levanto :

  • Monterosso al Mare
  • Vernazza
  • Corniglia
  • Manarola
  • Riomaggiore
  • Portovenere
  • Lerici
  • Tellaro
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