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Cinque Terre National Park

Cinque Terre need no introduction: since 1997 they have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has made them famous all over the world.
Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are within the Cinque Terre National Park, which is the smallest national park in Italy but the most densely populated. The relentless labor over the centuries of its inhabitants has shaped the land to human scale, transforming the steep slopes into cultivable strips for vines, from which the famous Cinque Terre wine and the prized Sciacchetrà are made.
As you walk along the park's 120 km of trails, you can admire some of the most striking landscapes in the world, finish the excursion with a dip in the sea and end the day with a tasting of wine and other typical products.

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