Water waves crashing across the shore provide a unique kind of solace and tranquility which the world desperately needs now amidst the fear induced by the coronavirus pandemic. Here are the world’s best coastline destinations, scattered across six continents and three oceans:
Visiting Cinque Terre for the first time? Here’s Nellie Huang’s Cinque Terre travel guide to help you plan your visit to all five Cinque Terre towns.
This Riviera gem offers what its more famous counterparts are known for—splendid seaside settings, extraordinarily scenic coastlines, rustic Ligurian cuisine—and a lot more.
Fifty million people flood into Italy each year, basically doubling the local population. Melanie Wiseman’s recent trip to Italy confirmed what some are calling “the age of overtourism.” Despite the crowds, she was able to find an oasis among the chaos.
The string of pastel-hued picture-postcard villages in Italy’s Liguria region are famous for more than just their facades Largely unreachable by roads, a train service links the quaint quintuplet…
The entire area that makes up Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. These five villages (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso al Mare) are home to thousands of stone steps, and are more vertical than horizontal, so traveling in and between the villages is both entirely picturesque and slightly challenging, especially considering almost all vehicle traffic is restricted. Whether you’re getting around by car, train, bike, ferry, or on foot we’ve got you covered.
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