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Cinque Terre as Honeymoon Destination!

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Of course there are the usual honeymoon locations that thousands flock to year after year which usually include the Bahamas, Fiji and even Disney World. Perhaps you haven’t considered though, a unique place to spend your vacation with the love of your life, but there are many reasons why Cinque Terre as a honeymoon destination should be. The Cinque Terre is located in Italy and when it comes to passion and romance, there may not be a more pleasurable place to walk hand in hand with the person you have just committed to spending the rest of your life with.

5 Reasons to Visit Cinque Terre

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Cinque Terre

Although the reasons to visit Cinque Terre are innumerable, there are a few distinctive and worthy reasons that are worth mentioning so those who are considering this adventure can have a taste of what they can look forward to and expect. Here are 5 reasons to visit Cinque Terre right now.

Cinque Terre Local Wines

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The Cinque Terre is famous for many of its wines because there are vast areas of vineyards where locals fawn over their fruits with a passion unsurpassed by other regions. Since wine is such as huge part of the culture in Italy, it should be expected that the selections are delicious as well as varied. Here are some of the top local wines in Cinque Terre that you may want to consider tasting. Sciacchetrà wines are local to this area and if you are ...

Framura, Deiva Marina and Moneglia!

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The villages of Framura, Deiva Marina and Monneglia!

Framura: If you want to see what traditional Italian villages look like, then Framura is the place you should visit. Located about 50 km southeast of Genoa. This is a municipality present in the Province of La Spezia. You will be able to see a very traditional look when you visit this place (Photo from travelimg.org).

Trip from Portofino to Levanto and Monterosso

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Many people who visit Italy choose to begin their travels and journey in Portofino and for good reasons. Though the preferred method of traveling between the cities in Italy is walking or taking public transportation, some folks are adventurous and choose to do so by car. It is important to know that one can travel from Portofino, Levanto and Monterosso by car but it can become complicated, some parking areas are challenging and overall it is more costly than other transportation vessels (Photo from wallpaperswide.com).

Milan to Cinque Terre

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Earlier this year my Girlfriend and I took a trip around Italy and one of the most memorable parts of the trip was when we travelled from Milan to Cinque Terre by Car. Italy is a beautiful country and we decided that we couldn't see everything we wanted to see by being stuck on a Train, that is why we decided to drive. The trip between Milan and Cinque Terre is roughly 225km and should take around 3 hours to drive, that is if you don't stop in some of the beautiful villages along the way.

Tips for Travelling in Cinque Terre

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Traveling through the Cinque Terre is sure to be an amazing experience, as millions can already attest to. With so much to see and do, there are some tried and true travel tips for travelling in the Cinque Terre, some of which can save a lot of time and money, and allow you to get the most of out your vacation. There is a plethora of things to do and see, the hotel accommodations are relaxed and affordable and the cuisine is out of this world. Of course one knows that the Cinque Terre virtually incorporates the five villages which include: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore and you will likely want to see what all five have to offer. Those looking for things to see and do or who need general traveling tips for the Cinque Terre need look no further.

A Day in Camogli, Italy

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From the Internet, I had read that Camogli was a tiny fishing village in Ligurua area in Italy. That was what I expected when we decided to spend a day there when we were on our Italian tour last June. But when we go there, it didn't seem so tiny after all. In fact, there were a lot of tourists, shops and even restaurants. Houses that lined the streets were cheerfully colorful and people all seemed happy and friendly. I didn't see any old fishermen that I expected to see (Photo from zenazone).

Family Vacations in Cinque Terre

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With so much to see and do in the Cinque Terre, many visitors plan at least a five day vacation so that the highlights of what these towns have to offer won’t be missed! Within the Cinque Terre there are five towns to hike or take local transportation through and there is much to see in between. If you plan to actually hike the Cinque Terre trails it is best to take at least two separate days to do so. This locale referred to as ‘the five lands’ encompasses the five areas of: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso and ...

Via dell’Amore (Pathway of Love)

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Once a desolate and isolated area, it was only a century ago that the area of Via dell’Amore and the Cinque Terre became populous and a much sought after tourist destination. The 1920’s brought about the area being blasted and a trail was created which interconnect the two towns of Riomaggiore and Manarola. This area has quite a romantic past as once the trails became stable after World War II it provided townsfolk from different towns to meet and court one another; today there is a lot of graffiti that can be seen along the trails citing names of past loves as well as a series of padlocks within the tunnel.

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