Although the sun was shining long before we set out, there was no sunrise to see, maybe we didn't get to the small train and took the wrong direction, and the first stop became Riomaggiore. A huge mural that I saw at the train station in Village R, well, the painting on the wall.
It is the largest village in the Cinque Terre, located in a valley.
Riomaggiore Riomaggiore. This village is the largest village in Cinque Terre, and the management office is located here. Many alleys pass through and there are many literary works, seagulls are everywhere here. The pesto sauce from this area can be brought back as a souvenir.
Riomaggiore is one of the five towns in the Cinque Terre, and the southernmost and largest town. From the railway station to the town on the side of the mountain, there is an underground passage. The murals in the passage depict how the ancestors of Cinque Terre built the Cinque Terre with bare hands.