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A once-mighty maritime republic, Genoa is Liguria's primary port city and a place that will surprise you with its suberb monuments.
Lerici is a town that was destined to be a destination.
A famous resort for the jet-set and wealthy, Portofino is a picturesque place that will appeal to everyone.
Arguably the prettiest of the Cinque Terre towns, vivacious Vernazza is sure to please.
Campiglia Tramonti basks in the Ligurian sun on a ridge above the Gulf of La Spezia.
Corniglia is the middle village in the chain of five Cinque Terre towns.
Deiva Marina is a quieter seaside town on the Ligurian Coast.
Placed on a rocky promontory, Manarola is a lovely town painted in merry colors along the famed Cinque Terre coast of Liguria.
Monterosso, also known as Monterosso al Mare, is the town that anchors the Cinque Terre on the northern end.
Colorful, breezy and pretty Portovenere sits on the edge of the Gulf of Poets.
The southern-most town on the Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore is wedged in a cleft between two hills.
One of Liguria's lovely gems, Sestri Levante has a refined island atmosphere.
Ceparana-Carpena is a mostly modern town on the alluvial plain between the Vara and Magra Rivers.
On the Italian Riviera, Chiavari is a lively city of about 28,000 people that has a lot to offer.
Just a few kilometers from the Gulf of Tigullio, Cogorno sits in a world of hills, suspended between the sea and the mountains.
Fornacchi is a hamlet that is part of Vernazza in the Cinque Terre.
Big and bustling, La Spezia is a contrast to the quieter towns of the Ligurian coast.
Lavagna is a delightful city on the Ligurian coast, the crescent-shaped slice of land that abuts the French border.
Sitting in a pretty valley right where Liguria meets Piedmont, this pastoral village is almost idyllic.
Fanning out on the bayfront and staggering up the valley to the hills, the town of Recco sits next to Camogli and presents a pretty, pastel face.
A beautiful seaside town, Santa Margherita Ligure has all the appeal of Portofino without the crowds and prices.
One of the hill towns that dot the green foothills of the Ligurian Apennines, Vezzano Ligure is a pretty place.
In the Ligurian hills lies the preserved medieval town of Bolano.
A pastel piece of paradise lounges along the Ligurian coast on the Golfo Paradiso, overshadowed by its more famous neighbors.
Along the Ligurian Riviera, Finale Ligure isn't just a town, it's a collection of hamlets that skirt the coast and climb the hill.
The Ligurian city is one of the region's most unusual and yet charming, with its hill hamlets, and seaside city along the Riviera dei Fiori.
Between the cities of Genova and San Remo, Pietra Ligure sits on the Italian Riviera, its old fishing town melding nicely with modern beach resort.
A pastel town that is among the prettiest in Liguria, Finalborgo enjoys a charming atmosphere just minutes from the coast.
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