From our hotel in Santa Margherita, we took a day trip to the cinque-terre
I Can't tell you how excited I was to visit here, it had been on my bucket list since I first set my eyes on it way back when (probably on pinterest)
It was every bit a beautiful as I had hoped. Super quaint and rustic, with more of seaside fishing town vibe than the other riviera towns.
The prettiest houses in shades of pink, yellow, blue and orange unfolded as we strolled around the town
We made our way to the best viewing point to get the ultimate view of Manarola
Its a beautiful site indeed to see all of the pastel coloured houses piled ontop of one and other right at the waters edge,
We stopped of at a local and very cute little cafe and ordered some fresh croissants and coffee to keep us going.
Before continuing to hike around the town, which in the 35 degree heat was no mean feat. Thanksfully, our desire to explore drove us on
We took in the last views of Manarola before starting our long drive back to Rome for the weekend
A Travel, Beauty and Lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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