A Walk in the Cinque Terre

When I got off the local train that stopped at the villages of the Cinque Terre I carried a copy of the train schedule.  That way I’d know when to be back at the station to go to the next stop.  Once I knew how much time I had for my walk I decided to take in all the charming sights I could.  It had rained earlier so I had a slightly soggy umbrellas in my bag.  Although there were lots of visitors that day I managed to get away from the crowd and enjoy my walk.  These are some of my impressions.

It’s a good idea is to have boats available…

Cinque Terre

And wherever you are, there is the sight of water:

Cinque Terre

 

Check out Jo’s Monday walk here.

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46 thoughts on “A Walk in the Cinque Terre

  1. This is a lovely walk you should share it with Restless Jo’s Monday Walks. There are no rules for this challenge apart from taking a walk and sharing it!

  2. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : Odemira, in the Alentejo | restlessjo

  3. These lovely snaps brought back some great memories from my trip this year. I visited Cinque Terre for the first time in June and I just love these narrow little staircases and streets, colourful buildings and waterside villages and boats :)

  4. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : Fabrica to Cacela Velha | restlessjo

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