Sierra's View: Italy // Cinque Terre

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Italy // Cinque Terre


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This is the last stop in Ital! I am done with my Italy posts, and I saved the best for the last. You're welcome! (or I'm sorry?). Um, where do I even begin? Our last day in Tuscany was spent exploring Cinque Terre.  If you do not know, Cinque Terre are five old towns that are located not he West coast of Italy. Holy.Crap.You.Guys. I wish I could explain to you how incredible this place was. You know those times when you see a place that literally looks like it was off of Pinterest? Well, this place was definitely one. We spent the day walking up and down the adorable towns (yea, I could not feel my knee afterwards from going up and down so much) and hiking in between them. You can see the different towns throughout the following photos. It was January so it was kind of cold (not warm enough to swim and hang out), but I can't even imagine just hanging out at the beach and exploring these absolutely beautiful towns. This is definitely one place that you have to see. I will let the pictures do the talking. Unreal! 

As always, more photos are on Instagram and Pinterest. 



La Spezia, on the way to Cinque Terre. This was a gorgeous site as well!








That water!! 

I fell in love with the old homes and their little farms and mini vineyards on the hills. 







I know this looks fake. It's not. I still can't believe this view, you guys. 








































Okay, I think I need to back. 

2 comments:

  1. Holy Crap! This place is beautiful!!!

    Laila from Townhouse Palette

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  2. One of the times I went there, they were cleaning and prepping the fishing boats. In the courtyard with the red and pink buildings (about halfway through your pics), there is a gelateria that's amazing. We sat in the courtyard in the sun and watched the fishermen clean and prep their boats for the spring season. It was off-season for tourists, so we chatted with them for awhile because everyone was in chill mode without tourists around. There's also a stone cathedral in one of towns that's amazing. You can hear the waves crashing during mass. It's centuries old.

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