Italian Cinque Terre, or Five Lands, you can visit as a personal guide and independently. Many initially guided by the most seemingly simple and familiar option trip — early in the morning to take a car to rent, ride in all five towns and in the evening back to the hotel. Certainly not! The road between the towns stretched and uncomfortable, and parking if there is, it is usually packed with cars of local residents and tourists more agile. It is much more convenient form of transport so — paromchiki water, often running between the Five Lands in the summer. The really feel the spirit of the Cinque Terre and see the beauty of this stretch of the Ligurian coast is possible only in the course of the journey on foot.
Those who do not know the area it is better to negotiate with the private tours of Italy, accompanied by about during the day, adventurous individuals need to map trails, determination and perseverance. Starting all the way you can with Riomaggiore or Monterosso al Mare. The first option is a little bit easier — the initial section, known Road of Love paved with tiles, stepping on him splashing along the bottom of the sea cliffs is not only pleasant, but also easy. The further you progress through the route, however, the more difficult it will become the trail. Smooth and neat plitochki give way first, just trampled down a wide track, then — a real forest trails, bumpy and winding, stretching from the foothills to the very top. All flour uphill climb is more than be offset by stunning views of the azure surface of the sea on one side and green olive groves on the other.
Visible in the distance is, for the next slope, a cape with colorful cobbled together in one pile houses will appear amid this oasis of peace and tranquility just incredible picture. All five towns of the Cinque Terre — a Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Attractions such as Tiepolo paintings or sculptures of Michelangelo, tourists will not find here. The main charm of the area — it’s stunning nature and picturesque views. Some highlights, however, it is worth mentioning: in Monterosso is an ancient monastery cappuccino and Neptune statue in Vernazza remains of the castle of the 11th century, Manarola is famous for its white wine. More detailed information about each of the towns of the Cinque Terre on the site of the unknown Italy, here it is possible to agree on individual walking tours.