The Italian Riviera Travel Guide
Plan Your The Italian Riviera Vacation
Nestled between the south of France and the Tuscan border lies the region of Liguria, with verdant and lush mountains to the north and east, and the sapphire blue Mediterranean to the south and west. What lies in between is a land of lush vegetation, medieval hilltop hamlets, panoramic vistas, colorful seaside villages, pristine beaches, and one of Italy’s most underrated cities.
Liguria's lodging options may be a step behind such resort areas as Positano and Taormina, so reservations for its better... read more
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Walking the Cinque Terre: Hike the famous Cinque Terre trails past gravity-defying vineyards, rock-perched villages, and the deep... Read more
Ligurian cuisine might surprise you. As you'd expect given the long coastline, it employs all sorts of seafood, but the real claim to... Read more
Backpackers "discovered" the Cinque Terre in the 1970s, and its popularity has been growing ever since. Despite summer crowds, much of the... Read more
You may have known Genoa primarily for its salami or its brash explorer, but the city's most direct effect on your life away from Italy... Read more
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