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Manarolain Genoa, Italy

#1of 7 places to visitin Genoa
The oldest city of the national park Cinque Terre near the Ligurian Sea, it is known for its colorful houses and incredibly beautiful harbor.
Manarola, Genoa
Manarola is one of the five cities in the Cinque Terre National Park. It is often depicted on postcards, because its harbor has long been a treasure trove of the place.

Manarola is known not only for its houses painted in the colors of the rainbow, but also delicious fish and wine.

There is no beach in the town, but the active recreation lovers choose Manarola because of its caves and crevices, where they can go scuba diving and rock climbing.

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#1Walk through the old Manarola in GenoaWalk through the old ManarolaJimena

Among the colorful houses of the ancient city of Cinque Terre you need to walk with a camera at the ready - here are the sights at every turn!

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Location: Cinque Terre

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