Liguria: Genoa, Portofino & Cinque Terre

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Liguria: Genoa, Portofino & Cinque Terre

You'll find hidden villages, beautiful beaches, and sprawling nature in Liguria. How enchanting!
Liguria is a beautiful strip of land between the sea and the mountains, with pastel-colored houses and breathtaking views. This unspoiled region has lush nature, many small towns to explore, and an incomparable culinary tradition. The view is stunning and will tempt your heart.
Cinque Terre and Portofino are the most popular destinations in the region. Genoa is its fascinating capital.
Even the trees are stunning in Portofino, a small but perfectly coiffured coastal village that poses on its peninsula. Portofino's exclusivity factor is increased by its geographical isolation.
Portofino offers a great myriad of things to do. From wandering the sidewalks and enjoying the yachts in the harbor to sipping delicious drinks, there's always something to enjoy!
If a scenic retreat is what you're looking for, look no further than Cinque Terre.
Cinque Terre is a stunning piece of the Mediterranean coast in Liguria, Italy. Located between La Spezia and Pisa, this small yet captivating region has been named one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.
A Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997, it's filled with dramatic footpaths, gorgeous seafronts, and small villages that bring you away from daily life and allow you to decompress and enjoy nature.
Ancient history and medieval culture live on in the five villages of Cinque Terre. Much of their scenic architecture remains intact, but their town's historical draws are steeply terraced cliffs bisected by an intricate system of fields and gardens hacked and chiseled, shaped, and layered over the years.

The city of Genoa sits on a piece of coastline along the Ligurian Sea between the Apennine Mountains. It's a historically important port with a limited amount of space.
The Genovese have been using their land to its full potential for centuries. They've created unique homes and churches, drawing merchants from all around. The landscape is vibrant and colorful.
There's a lot to do in Genoa, from exploring one of Europe's most extensive intact medieval quarters to beautiful architecture and delicious food. Plus, it's easy to get here, and chances are you'll love the beauty right at your doorstep.

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