The main street of Vernazza is Roma Street. The houses on both sides are so dense that there is an illusion of tilting inwards. The tones are very cartoonish pink, yellow, blue, etc. The reason is that when the fishermen return from fishing, they hope to be The location of one's home can be recognized from a long distance.
Vernazza Vernazza. This village is a beautiful lighthouse in the Cinque Terre. With cobblestone streets and exquisite cafes, the singing from the chapel echoes the sound of the waves. In a corner under the sloping cliff, the waves slapped underfoot, the children were fishing, and the seagulls flew. The warm light of the sunset shone on my face. A little happiness.
Vernazza is one of the five towns that make up the Cinque Terre region. Vernazza is car-free and remains one of the most authentic "fishing villages" on the Italian Riviera. It is the only natural port in the Cinque Terre and is famous for its elegant houses. The name Vernazza is derived from the Latin adjective verna, which means "local". The aptly named vernaccia ("local" or "our") of the native wine helped give birth to the village's nickname.
The five fishing villages have their own characteristics, and each is very beautiful. We booked a homestay late, but we were lucky enough to book it here. Open the window to see the church. The location is excellent and convenient. The five fishing villages are connected by train. If you take a train, it takes about 3 minutes to a station. But the essence of the Cinque Terre is the scenery on the hiking route between them. You must walk carefully!