Lost in the middle of beautiful rainbow houses like fairy tales in Italy

Cinque Terre (Italy) features colorful houses like rainbows. It is made up of 5 small villages, with beautiful landscapes and rich, delicious cuisine.

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Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre is a famous name on the world travel map. The Cinque Terre is located in northwestern Italy, in the city of La Spezia and has 5 beautiful villages including Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Of these, Riomaggiore and Manarola are the two most famous coordinates. Photo: Amazon.
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
To get to the Cinque Terre, visitors can choose to take a ferry or train. Lonely Planet advises people to use ships to travel between villages. Cars are also an option but there will be some inconveniences such as ill roads, banning vehicles, expensive parking fees ...The peace of the Cinque Terre makes time here seem slow. A trip here should take about 3-4 days so you can get used to the zigzag roads in the village and enjoy local specialties. Photo: Shutterstock.
Cinque Terre
Visitors to Cinque Terre often choose Riomaggiore village as the first stop. The village is located on the hillside, next to the Ligurian coast. This place is famous for its colorful houses, intertwined, creating a feeling of overlapping extending endlessly. Riomaggiore is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, often in the top of Italy's most searched spots. The Poet Hotel.

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The village was originally founded in the 8th century by Greek refugees. Riomaggiore we see today only really appeared from the 13th century. The beautiful scenery here makes visitors do not want to do anything more than walk to feel the slow life pace of the Italian village. Along the main road, you will find the path to the sea. Blue water, cool space makes many tourists just want to lie all day long. Photo: Shutterstock.
Cinque Terre
For historical enthusiasts, Riomaggiore is home to many discovery sites. The medieval castle in the prime location of the village is always open to welcome everyone to explore. From here, you can capture whole the coast around Riomaggiore into view. Besides, the church of San Giovanni Battista with Gothic architecture is also an interesting attraction. This place was built in 1340 and renovated in the late 19th century after the collapse. Photo: Shutterstock.
Cinque Terre
If you don't have a plan, just walk along Via Colombo, Riomaggiore's main street. Along the way, people can find countless bars, shops and a few places selling eye-catching crafts. After arriving at Vignaioli square, you can take the time to visit the harbor, which is rated "picturesque" by TripSavyy. Photo: Shutterstock.
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Specialties in Riomaggiore focus on seafood and food harvested on the field. Anchovy is the perfect dish you must try. Walking along the streets, visitors will find restaurants serving egg-fried anchovies, cheese ...Like many other places in Italy, pasta at Riomaggiore is also great. After meals, you can dessert with focaccia and sip white wine. Photo: Shutterstock.
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Leaving Riomaggiore, visitors should visit Manarola, a village famous for its wine production from Roman times. This village is on top of a large cliff, looking down on the Mediterranean. Manarola is the second smallest village in the Cinque Terre group but has the longest history. Photo: Kaskus.
Cinque Terre
Manarola makes visitors drift with small, narrow, zigzag roads like a labyrinth. Many people come here just to take a picture of the symbol of the houses on the cliff. However, when going deep inside to explore the village, you will experience more interesting things than that. Photo: Shutterstock.

Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Nessun Dorma restaurant with great view is the first choice of photographers who want to save photos of life on Manarola. Here, you will be served cocktails, a Mediterranean-rich smoothie in gentle music. Photo: Elisalucinipaioni, Kreshabajaj.
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Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Capellini Square is also worth your time. From here, you can pocket many beautiful photos of Manarola street. According to The Wandering Lens photography blog, the best time to hunt photos in the square is at dusk, when the sunset gradually fades and the houses start to light up. Photos: Pinterest, The Wandering Lens.
Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre
Cuisine is the most charming thing in Manarola village. Here, visitors can enjoy fresh seafood caught right on the day. Wine made from grapes is also on the list "not try, not know Manarola". A romantic dinner with wine and excellent food will surely make visitors to Manarola to be attached to forever that don want to leave. Photo: Getty.
Cinque Terre
If time permits, you should also visit the three remaining villages of Cinque Terre. Monterosso al Mare is suitable for those who want to find the clear blue beach. Meanwhile, the fishing village of Vernazza is reminiscent of beautiful harbors. Corniglia captivates people with antiquity, making you feel like going back in time. Photo: Getty.

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